Janine Erler awarded Lundbeck Foundation’s Research Prize for Young Scientists 2017

Honorary award

On Monday 6 November 2017, Professor Janine Erler received the Lundbeck Foundation’s Research Prize for Young Scientists, which is a personal, honorary award of DKK 300,000, given to a young scientist under the age of 40. The prize is awarded once a year to acknowledge a particularly promising scientist who has produced outstanding research in the field of biomedical science.

 

“Janine Erler is a researcher who can take on almost anything. She is a great talent, a skilled researcher, a popular lecturer, a much-used assessor for journals and foundations, a talented research leader and an expert communicator, who can see the commercial potential of her own research. With the 2017 Research Prize for Young Scientists we wish to recognise Janine’s vital scientific contributions and dedication to using her research to create value for society,” says Anne-Marie Engel, Director of Research at the Lundbeck Foundation.

Read more at Lundbeck or BRIC websites.

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