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Adolf Messer-Stiftungspreis for Anja Bremm.

30. Jun 2016

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Dr. Anja Bremm, group leader of the Molecular Cell Biology Group at IBC2 and Buchmann Institute for Life Sciences (BMLS) was awarded the 2016 Adolf Messer-Stiftungspreis for her research on the physiological role of deubiquitinases (DUBs) in autophagy, endowed by the Adolf Messer Foundation. Stefan Müller, professor of IBC2, held the laudatory speech at the official award ceremony on June 30th, 2016. The prize is conferred annually to early career scientists with an outstanding proven track record to promote pioneering fundamental research projects in natural sciences and medicine and is remunerated with 25.000 €.




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