Detall de la convocatòria


Objectiu de la convocatòria
The Brain Prize has been established by a private Danish foundation, the Grete Lundbeck European Brain Research Foundation. Grete Lundbeck European Brain Research Prize – ‘The Brain Prize’- is awarded to one or more scientists who have distinguished themselves by an outstanding contribution to European neuroscience and who are still active in research.
The Brain Prize recognises highly original and influential advances in any area of brain research, defined as research on any aspects of the brain and the nervous system in health and disease. It is a broad research field, encompassing a wide range of disciplines from basic neuroscience to applied clinical research aimed at producing new scientific knowledge on aetiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis, treatment and prophylaxis of diseases affecting the brain and the nervous system.
Característiques principals
  • Nominees must have made outstanding contributions to European neuroscience.
  • They can be of any nationality.
  • The Prize may be awarded to one or shared by two or three scientists who have distinguished themselves through publication of outstanding results in the field of brain research. The prize may in extraordinary cases be awarded to four or more researchers.
  • Self-nomination is not accepted, and nominees should not be informed of their nomination.
  • Nominations are valid for three years.
  • Lloc de presentació
    El personal de l'IMIM i PSMAR que necessiteu més informació adreceu-vos a:
    Servei de Recerca. C/ Doctor Aiguader, 88. 08003 Barcelona. Tel.: 93.316.04.00.
    • Carol Barnwell, Ext.: 1670
    • Marta López, Ext.: 1576
    Convocatòria (URL)
    € 1 milion
    All nominations must be submitted in English, using the electronic nomination form:


    Nominations - Lundbeckfonden.pdf