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The FEBS Journal Prize for Young Scientists
FEBS, and the Editorial Boards of its journals, are keen to support young scientists. To complement the many activities of FEBS in this area, The FEBS Journal Prize for Young Scientists is awarded each year and invites the Prize-winner to present his/her work in a plenary lecture at the annual FEBS Congress.
The Prize of €1000 will be awarded to the graduate student or young post-doctoral research worker (no more than 3 years from the date of award of the PhD Degree when the paper is submitted) who is the first author of a regular paper that is judged to be the most meritorious in FEBS Journal published during the preceding calendar year.
Authors are asked to indicate their eligibility for the Prize as part of the manuscript submission process. We regret that first authors of reviews and minireviews cannot be considered as candidates for the Prize.
The choice of Prize-winner will be made by the Editorial Board of the Journal, whose decision will be final. The first author of the Prize-winning paper, chosen from the papers published in 2015, will be awarded his/her Prize at the FEBS Congress in 2016.
The FEBS Journal Prizewinner 2014
Joint first authors Naima Zemirli and Marie Pourcelot of INSERM, UMR.1197, Hopital Paul Brousse and Universite Paris-Sud P11, Orsay, France for their outstanding paper:
Mitochondrial hyperfusion promotes NF-κB activation via the mitochondrial E3 ligase MULAN
Zemirli, N., Pourcelot, M., Ambroise, G., Hatchi, E., Vazquez, A. and Arnoult, D.
The FEBS Journal Prizewinner 2013
Hee-Yeon Jeon of the Department of Biological Sciences, Seoul National University, Korea, for her outstanding paper:
Depletion of Aurora-A in zebrafish causes growth retardation due to mitotic delay and p53-dependent cell death
Jeon, H.-Y. and Lee, H.
The FEBS Journal Prizewinner 2012
Anna-Karin Gustavsson of the Department of Physics, University of Gothenburg, for her outstanding paper:
Sustained glycolytic oscillations in individual isolated yeast cells
Gustavsson, A.-K., van Niekerk, D. D., Adiels, C. B., du Preez, F. B., Goksör, M. and Snoep, J. L.
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The FEBS Journal Prizewinner 2011
Rosemarie Carew of the UCD Diabetes Research Centre, UCD Conway Institute, University College Dublin, Ireland, for her outstanding paper:
Insulin receptor substrate 2 and FoxO3a signalling are involved in E-cadherin expression and transforming growth factor-b1-induced repression in kidney epithelial cells
Rosemarie M. Carew, Marie B. Browne, Fionnuala B. Hickey and Derek P. Brazil
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The FEBS Journal Prizewinner 2010
Karen van Eunen of the Department of Pediatrics, Center for Liver, Digestive and Metabolic Disease, University Medical Center Groningen, Groningen, The Netherlands for her outstanding paper:
Measuring enzyme activities under standardized in vivo-like conditions for systems biology
Karen van Eunen, Jildau Bouwman, Pascale Daran-Lapujade, Jarne Postmus, André B. Canelas, Femke I. C. Mensonides, Rick Orij, Isil Tuzun, Joost van den Brink, Gertien J. Smits, Walter M. van Gulik, Stanley Brul, Joseph J. Heijnen, Johannes H. de Winde, M. Joost Teixeira de Mattos, Carsten Kettner, Jens Nielsen, Hans V. Westerhoff & Barbara M. Bakker
The FEBS Journal Prizewinner 2009
Mercedes Nancy Munkonda of the Rheumatology and Immunology Research Center, Laval University, Québec, Canada (currently at: the Institute of Cardiology and Pneumology, Laval University, Québec, Canada), for her outstanding paper:
Characterization of a monoclonal antibody as the first specific inhibitor of human NTP diphosphohydrolase-3: Partial characterization of the inhibitory epitope and potential applications
Mercedes N. Munkonda, Julie Pelletier, Vasily V. Ivanenkov, Michel Fausther, Alain Tremblay, Beat Künzli, Terence L. Kirley and Jean Sévigny
The FEBS Journal Prizewinner 2008
Simon Gunning of the Department of Medical & Molecular Biosciences, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia, for his outstanding paper:
The Janus-faced atracotoxins are specific blockers of invertebrate KCa channels
Simon J. Gunning, Francesco Maggio, Monique J. Windley, Stella M. Valenzuela, Glenn F. King and Graham M. Nicholson
The FEBS Journal Prizewinner 2007
Xueyan Zhao of the Department of Cell Biology, University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA, for her outstanding paper:
The interferon-stimulated gene factor 3 complex mediates the inhibitory effect of interferon-β on matrix metalloproteinase-9 expression
Xueyan Zhao, Susan Nozell, Zhendong Ma and Etty N. Benveniste
The FEBS Journal Prizewinner 2006
Hakan Dortay of the Institute of Biology/Applied Genetics, Free University of Berlin, Germany (currently at: Department of Biochemistry and Biology, Institute of Molecular Biology and Plant Physiology, University of Potsdam, Germany), for his outstanding paper:
Analysis of protein interactions within the cytokinin-signaling pathway of Arabidopsis thaliana
Hakan Dortay, Nijuscha Mehnert, Lukas Bürkle, Thomas Schmülling and Alexander Heyl
The FEBS Journal Prizewinner 2005
Nicole LaRonde-LeBlanc of the Macromolecular Crystallography Laboratory, National Cancer Institute, Frederick, MD, for her outstanding paper:
Structure and activity of the atypical serine kinase Rio1
Nicole LaRonde-LeBlanc, Tad Guszczynski, Terry Copeland and Alexander Wlodawer
The FEBS Journal Prizewinner 2004
Christian Klammt of the Center for Biomolecular Magnetic Resonance, University of Frankfurt/Main Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, for his outstanding paper:
High level cell-free expression and specific labeling of integral membrane proteins
Christian Klammt, Frank Löhr, Birgit Schäfer, Winfried Haase, Volker Dötsch, Heinz Rüterjans, Clemens Glaubitz and Frank Bernhard