Ernst Jung Prize

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The Ernst Jung Prize is a prize awarded annually for excellence in biomedical sciences. The Ernst Jung Foundation, funded by Hamburg merchant Ernst Jung in 1967 grants the Ernst Jung Prize in Medicine, now 300,000, since 1976 and the lifetime achievement Ernst Jung Gold Medal for Medicine since 1990.

Ernst Jung Prize for Medicine[edit]

Ernst Jung Gold Medal for Medicine[edit]

  • 1990: Beatrice Mintz
  • 1991: Heinrich Schipperges
  • 1992: Hans Erhard Bock
  • 1993: Robert Daroff
  • 1994: Hanns Hippius
  • 1995: Friedrich Stelzner
  • 1996: Karl-Hermann Meyer zum Büschenfelde
  • 1997: Rudolf Haas and Walter Siegenthaler
  • 1998: Wolfgang Gerok
  • 1999: Hans Wilhelm Schreiber
  • 2000: Gert Riethmüller
  • 2001: Gustav Born
  • 2002: Harald Reuter
  • 2003: Volker ter Meulen
  • 2004: Werner Creutzfeldt
  • 2005: Christian Herfarth
  • 2006: Dietrich Niethammer
  • 2007: Hans Thoenen
  • 2008: Hans-Dieter Klenk
  • 2009: Volker Diehl
  • 2010: Klaus Rajewsky
  • 2011: Michel Lazdunski
  • 2012: Peter Herrlich
  • 2013: Salvador Moncada, FRS
  • 2014: Charles Weissmann
  • 2015: Walter Neupert

External links[edit]

Ernst-Jung-Stiftung - Awards 2014

Ernst Jung Prize for Medicine - All Laureates

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