Gruber Prize in Neuroscience
|The Gruber Prize in Neuroscience|
|Awarded for||Discoveries that have advanced the understanding of the nervous system|
|Location||Yale University Office of Development, New Haven, Connecticut|
|Presented by||Gruber Foundation|
The Gruber Prize in Neuroscience, established in 2004, is one of three international awards worth US$500,000 made by the Gruber Foundation, a non-profit organization based in Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut.
The Gruber Prize in Neuroscience winners are nominated by the Society for Neuroscience.
- 2016 Mu-ming Poo, UC Berkeley
- 2015 Carla Shatz, Michael Greenberg
- 2014 Thomas Jessell
- 2013 Eve Marder
- 2012 Lily Jan, Yuh Nung Jan
- 2011 Huda Zoghbi
- 2010 Dr. Robert H. Wurtz, NIH Distinguished Investigator at the National Eye Institute Laboratory of Sensorimotor Research
- 2009 Jeffrey Hall, professor of neurogenetics at the University of Maine; Michael Rosbash, professor and director of the National Center for Behavioral Genomics at Brandeis University; and Michael Young, professor and head of the Laboratory of Genetics at Rockefeller University
- 2008 John O’Keefe, PhD, Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience at University College London
- 2007 Shigetada Nakanishi a molecular neurobiologist, Director of the Osaka Bioscience Institute
- 2006 Masao Ito and Roger Nicoll, cellular neurobiologists
- 2005 Eric Knudsen and Masakazu Konishi
- 2004 Seymour Benzer
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