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The Bernstein Prize is awarded to junior researchers active in computational neurosciences. more
Every two years, the foundation awards the Charles Rodolphe Brupbacher Prize for Cancer Research to scientists active in basic cancer research. The foundation also awards a Junior Award for scientific abstracts and funds basic oncological research in general. more
The foundation awards the Max von Frey Prize to junior scientists doing research on better understanding, optimized diagnostics and treatment of neuropathic pain at German research institutions. more
Every other year (even numbers), the German Society for Neurology is awards the Dingebauer Prize for scientific achievements in the fields of Morbus Parkinson and/or other neurodegenerative diseases. more
The Erwin Schroedinger Prize is awarded for scientific or technical innovations at the interface between medicine, natural sciences, and engineering developed by several individuals from at least two different fields. The Prize is awarded to (at least two) individuals, as well as to research groups, provided that their excellent results were, at least in part, obtained at a Helmholtz Center in the five years prior to the award ceremony. more
The German Society for Immunology awards several prizes each year, both to doctoral students and senior scientists. more
The prize, worse 5,000 Euros, is intended to honor scientific courage and/or innovative, interdisciplinary thinking. Anyone can nominate researchers who have earned their PhD / doctoral degree. Nominations handed in until 31 March will be taken into account in the current year; nominations handed in afterwards will be taken into account in the following year. more
Every other year, the University of Frankfurt awards the Ingrid zu Solms Prize for Medicine. Eligible are female researchers active in basic clinical research or medical psychotherapy, who are asked to hand in their original works (habilitation or publications complying with international peer review standards).
Also every other year, the University of Frankfurt awards the Ingrid zu Solms Prize for Natural Sciences. Eligible are female researchers active in informatics, mathematics or physics, who are asked to hand in their original works (habilitation or publications complying with international peer review standards). more

The foundation awards three prizes for medicine each year:

- The Ernst Jung Prize for Medicine is awarded to individuals or projects showing a certain potential for the development of new therapeutic approaches

- The Golden Ernst Jung Medal for Medicine is awarded for almost completed scientific contributions to medical advancement

- The Ernst Jung Incentive Award for Medical Research is awarded to physicians from abroad who want to continue their projects in Germany.

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The foundation awards the Klaus Tschira Prize KlarText! to junior researchers for making research comprehensible. Eligible are postgraduates in the fields of biology, chemistry, informatics, mathematics, neurosciences or physics, who have earned their PhD / doctoral degree in the previous year and are interested in summarizing their results in a popular science publication. The best texts will be awarded 5,000 Euros each. more
Each year, the foundation awards the „Deutscher Studienpreis“ to researchers of any discipline who have earned their PhD / doctoral degree with distinction (magna or summa cum laude) in the previous year and can prove in a clear and convincing way that their research is of relevance to society. more
Each year, the foundation is spends about 4 million CHF on biomedical research and awards the Louis Jeantet Prize for Medicine to advanced investigators in Europe. The prize is not intended to honor (almost) completed research projects but to support ongoing projects. In addition, the Louis Jeantet Young Investigator Career Award is awarded in support of junior biomedical researchers in Europe. more
Every other year, the society awards the Schilling Research Prize for achievements in the field of brain research. Applicants should either be working in a laboratory in Germany or being German nationals working abroad. Both applications and nominations are possible. more
The UNESCO-L’Oréal International Fellowships are designed to identify and reward fifteen young female scientists from all over the world, active in the field of life sciences. Candidates must already be engaged in pursuing research at doctoral or post-doctoral level in one or allied fields of life sciences including biology, biochemistry, biotechnology, agriculture, medicine, pharmacy and physiology. more
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