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Minkowski Prize



The Minkowski Prize is given by the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD), in recognition to research which has been carried out by a person normally residing in Europe, as manifested by publications which contribute to the advancement of knowledge concerning diabetes mellitus. The Prize honors the name of Oskar Minkowski (1858-1931), a Polish physician and physiologist who was the discoverer of the role of pancreas in the control of glucose metabolism. It is awarded annually since 1966 and the winner is invited to pronounce a Minkowski Lecture during the EASD Annual Conference.

Additional recommended knowledge

Since 1966 the award is sponsored by Sanofi-Aventis, a pharmaceutical lab. The prize consists of a certificate and 20,000 euros plus travel expenses. The candidate must be less than 45 years of age on the first of January of the year of award. Self-nomination is also possible.

Winners

With the city where the prize was awarded (Annual Conference), name and country.

  • 1966 Aarhus - P. J. Randle (United Kingdom)
  • 1967 Stockholm - E. R. Froesch (Switzerland)
  • 1968 Louvain - L. A. Carlson (Sweden)
  • 1969 Montpellier - B. Hellman (Switzerland)
  • 1970 Warsaw - B. Jeanrenaud (Switzerland)
  • 1971 Southampton - C. N. Hales (United Kingdom)
  • 1972 Madrid - W. J. Malaisse (Belgium)
  • 1973 Brussels – Lelio Orci (Switzerland)
  • 1974 Jerusalem - E. Cerasi (Sweden)
  • 1975 Munich - P. Freychet (France)
  • 1976 Helsinki - K. D. Hepp (Germany)
  • 1977 Geneva - J. Wahren (Sweden)
  • 1978 Zagreb – Jorn Nerup (Denmark)
  • 1979 Vienna - S. J. H. Ashcroft (United Kingdom)
  • 1980 Athens - I.-B. Taljedal (Sweden)
  • 1981 Amsterdam - Pierre De Meyts (Belgium)
  • 1982 Budapest - G. F. Bottazzo (United Kingdom)
  • 1983 Oslo - S. L. Howell (United Kingdom)
  • 1984 London - A. Lernmark (Denmark)
  • 1985 Madrid - E. Van Obberghen (France)
  • 1986 Rome – Daniel Pipeleers (Belgium)
  • 1987 Leipzig - J.-L. Carpentier (Switzerland)
  • 1988 Paris - J. C. Hutton (United Kingdom)
  • 1989 Lisbon - H. U. Häring (Germany)
  • 1990 Copenhagen – Philippe Halban (Switzerland)
  • 1991 Dublin - C. Boitard (France)
  • 1992 Prague - E. Van Schaftingen (Belgium)
  • 1993 Istanbul - Hannele Yki-Järvinen (Finland)
  • 1994 Düsseldorf - Thomas Mandrup Poulsen (Denmark)
  • 1995 Stockholm - J. Todd (United Kingdom)
  • 1996 Vienna - P. Rorsman (Denmark)
  • 1997 Helsinki - P. Froguel (France)
  • 1998 Barcelona - Johan H. Auwerx (France)
  • 1999 Brussels - R. Scharfmann (France)
  • 2000 Jerusalem – Helena Edlund (Sweden)
  • 2001 Glasgow – Julee R. Zierath (Sweden)
  • 2002 Budapest - B. O. Roep (Belgium)
  • 2003 Paris - Michael Stumvoll (Germany)
  • 2004 Munich – Guy A. Rutter (United Kingdom)
  • 2005 Athens – Peter Rossing (Denmark)
 
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