Pioneer in healing hereditary diseases

8Ernst Jung Prize for Medicine 2015 carrying a purse of 300,000 euros goes to Prof. Emmanuelle Charpentier.

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“Always researched and always founded”

Ernst Jung Medal for Medicine in Gold 2015 goes to Prof. Walter Neupert.

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Successful treatment of blood cancer

Dr Behzad Kharabi Masouleh from the University Clinic RWTH Aachen receives Ernst Jung Career Promotional Prize for medical research 2015.

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The Jung Foundation for Science and Research announces the 2014 award winners

8The Jung Foundation for Science and Research in Hamburg is announcing the winners of this year’s awards for cutting-edge medicine to the public today.

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Ernst Jung Prize for Medicine 2014 goes to Professor Thomas Boehm

His research has already led to groundbreaking knowledge – and will help in the development of new treatment methods for particularly difficult to control diseases in the future: diseases which lead to a weakening or failure of the immune system and reduce the quality of life or even threaten the life of those affected.

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Professor Charles Weissmann is awarded the Ernst Jung Gold Medal for Medicine 2014

When Professor Charles Weissmann receives the Ernst Jung Gold Medal for Medicine this May, he will be honored for a life’s work which would easily have been enough to fill the lives of several outstanding researchers.

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Dr. Thomas Schmidt receives 3 years of support for path-breaking studies with the Ernst Jung Career Advancement Award for Medical Research 2014

8The project has a an ambitious title: “The role of angiogenesis and the metastasis microenvironment within colorectal metastases”.

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The great importance of tiny deviations

On the way from chromosome research to fighting cancer.

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Live-saving basic research

Professor Sir Salvador Moncada has made medical history.

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Can something which is everywhere also be useful everywhere?

Research on the ubiquitin signal pathway identify new modes of attack for medications.

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