Prizes, Scholarships and Grants
Open for application
RALPH GRÄSBECK GRANT FOR RESEARCH IN LABORATORY MEDICINE
The Ralph Gräsbeck grant is awarded every other year for a scientist who has defended his/her doctoral thesis during the past seven years in the field of laboratory medicine and continued doing innovative and high quality research in the same field. The sum awarded is 10.000 €.
The application should include the applicant’s CV, list of publications and a research plan (max five pages). The deadline for applications is 31 January 2018. Please send your applications electronically to professor Vesa Olkkonen, email@example.com.
A prize donated to University of Helsinki for awarding excellent research in biosciences.
Medix Prize is awarded yearly for excellent Finnish scientific research, which has been published the previous year in an internationally reviewed scientific journal. The prize winning article has to be from the field of biomedicine or clinical medicine and carried out as a whole or for most parts in Finland. The amount of Medix Prize is 20 000 €.
• The first Medix Prize was honoured to Jorma O. Kokkonen and Petri T. Kovanen year 1988.
THE FIRST MINERVA FOUNDATION’S BROR-AXEL LAMBERG PRIZE IN ENDOCRINOLOGY WAS AWARDED
Bror-Axel Lamberg Prize in Endocrinology was awarded to Professor Jorma Toppari from the University of Turku. The prize is 10.000€ and it was awarded 2017 the first time.
The award ceremony took place on Thursday, 2 November 2017, in Biomedicum Helsinki on the 70th Annual Meeting of the Finnish Endocrine Society. The chair of the Minerva Foundation, Prof. Caj Haglund, delivered the prize.
Prof. Jorma Toppari
Minerva Foundation’s Bror-Axel Lamberg Prize in Endocrinology is a 10.000€ prize awarded every other year in the Annual Meeting of the Finnish Endocrine Society to a distinguished Finnish or Nordic scientist in the field of endocrinology. The first prize, year 2017,is honored to a Finnish scientist. The Finnish Endocrine Society nominates three candidates for the prize from whom the Minerva Foundation selects the winner.
SELMA AND MAJA-LISA SELANDER'S FUND FOR RESEARCH IN ODONTOLOGY