Deadline 5. February: Friedmund Neumann Prize 2023
21. November 2022
The Schering Stiftung awards the Friedmund Neumann Prize to young scientists for outstanding basic research in human biology, organic chemistry or human medicine. The prize is directed at young scientists who have completed their dissertation and have already developed a distinctive scientific profile. The award aims to make visible excellent scientific achievement and thus help the prize winners establish themselves in their field of research. It carries a prize money of € 10,000 and is not given for a specific purpose.
As of now, we invite both established scientists and scientific research institutions and societies to nominate candidates for this prize. Self-nominations are excluded.
- Excellent dissertation within the last 6 years (justified exceptions may be accepted).
- Work in Germany
- Outstanding scientific research in human biology, organic chemistry or human medicine
- The young scientist should have developed a unique profile that has great potential for the future, and he/she/they should work autonomously and independently of his/her/their supervisor. This should be reflected in the nominee‘s publications.
- Persons who already hold a tenured professorship or an equivalent permanent position will not be considered.
- Nominations will be accepted from well-established researchers and scientists (holders of chairs, directors of clinics, head of departments) as well as from scientific societies or organizations. Self-nominations are not accepted.
Detailed information can be found on the website.