Henner Graeff Young Investigator Award

to junior scientists presenting new impressive results with high significance for the aims of the Foundation.

Awardee 2015:

Simon de Veer

Australia

in recognition of his significant contributions

„Rational design, synthesis and characterization of inhibitors targeting skin-expressed KLKs: new therapeutic avenues for treatment of skin diseases“


Awardee 2017:

Feryel Soualmia, PhD

France

in recognition of his significant contributions

“Identification of a Diversity of Activity Modulators Targeting CNS- and Skin-Expressed Kallikrein-Related Peptidases and the Performance of Mechanistic Studies Thereof”


Awardee 2018:

Cäcilia Loidl

Traunstein

in recognition of her significant contributions

“Ist der Verzicht auf eine Axilladissektion bei Patientinnen mit primärem Mammakarzinom und ein bis zwei Tumor-befallenen Wächterlymphknoten immer gerechtfertigt?“ (Poster price)

Yao Ye

Munich

in recognition of her significant contributions

Der Prostaglandin E2 Rezeptor 3 (EP3) stimuliert die Proliferation von Cervixkarzinomzellen in vitro durch das Plasminogen-Aktivator-System


Awardee 2019:

Amiram Sananes

Israel

in recognition of his significant contributions

“Combinatorial Engineering of APPI Variant with Improved Proteolytic Resistance and KLK6 Selectivity for Cancer Imaging and Therapy“