G.B. Morgagni Prizes 2016 Winners

 
During the 13th International G.B. Morgagni Prizes Symposium, which took place in Padua on October 28 2016, the chairman of the Symposium, Professor Gaetano Crepaldi, presented the G.B. MORGAGNI prizes to the 2016 winners:

· Gold medal: J. Tuomilehto (Helsinki)

· Silver medal: L. Marcovecchio (Chieti)

· Silver medal: J. Wikström (Stockholm)

The G.B. Morgagni Prize was instituted in 1984 by a group of distinguished researchers working at the University of Padova Medical School (Italy).

Named after the great anatomist Giovanni Battista Morgagni (1682-1771), the prize was set up to promote research in the field of metabolism: One gold medal (20 000 euros) for an outstanding European scientist, and two Young Investigator Awards (silver medals, 8000 euros each) are awarded every 2 years.

An international panel of prominent experts in the field of metabolism examines and evaluates the candidates: qualifications, curriculum vitae, and scientific publications.

Servier, the leading independent French pharmaceutical group, has been the sole sponsor of the G.B. Morgagni Prize since 1997.

G.B. Morgagni Prizes 2016

Prof. G. Crepaldi, Chairman of the G.B. Morgagni Prizes Scientific Committee, will present the awards to the 2016 winners during the Symposium which will be held in Padua on 28 October 2016:

  • Gold medal: J. Tuomilehto (Helsinki)
  • Silver medal: L. Marcovecchio (Chieti) and Jakob Wikström (Stockholm)

The G.B. Morgagni Prize was instituted in 1984 by a group of distinguished researchers working at the University of Padova Medical School (Italy).

Named after the great anatomist Giovanni Battista Morgagni (1682-1771), the prize was set up to promote research in the field of metabolism: One gold medal (20 000 euros) for an outstanding European scientist, and two Young Investigator Awards (silver medals, 8000 euros each) are awarded every 2 years.

An international panel of prominent experts in the field of metabolism examines and evaluates the candidates: qualifications, curriculum vitae, and scientific publications.

Servier, the leading independent French pharmaceutical group, has been the sole sponsor of the G.B. Morgagni Prize since 1997.

G.B. Morgagni Prizes 2014 Winners

 
During the 12th International G.B. Morgagni Prizes Symposium, which took place in Padua on October 31 2014, the chairman of the Symposium, Professor Gaetano Crepaldi, presented the G.B. MORGAGNI prizes to the 2014 winners:

· Gold medal: H.H. Parving (Copenhagen)

· Silver medal: A. Gloyn (Oxford)

· Silver medal: P. Collombat (Nice)

The G.B. Morgagni Prize was instituted in 1984 by a group of distinguished researchers working at the University of Padova Medical School (Italy).

Named after the great anatomist Giovanni Battista Morgagni (1682-1771), the prize was set up to promote research in the field of metabolism: One gold medal (20 000 euros) for an outstanding European scientist, and two Young Investigator Awards (silver medals, 8000 euros each) are awarded every 2 years.

An international panel of prominent experts in the field of metabolism examines and evaluates the candidates: qualifications, curriculum vitae, and scientific publications.

Servier, the leading independent French pharmaceutical group, has been the sole sponsor of the G.B. Morgagni Prize since 1997.

G.B. Morgagni Prizes 2012 Winners

During an international symposium focused on perspectives in diabetes and cardiovascular disease, which took place in Padova on October 19, 2012, the chairman of the symposium, Professor Gaetano Crepaldi, presented the G.B. MORGAGNI prizes to the 2012 winners:

· Gold medal: Markus STOFFEL (Germany)

· Silver medal: Timothy FRAYLING (United Kingdom)

· Silver medal: Roberto MALLONE (France)

The G.B. Morgagni Prize was instituted in 1984 by a group of distinguished researchers working at the University of Padova Medical School (Italy).

Named after the great anatomist Giovanni Battista Morgagni (1682-1771), the prize was set up to promote research in the field of metabolism: One gold medal (20 000 euros) for an outstanding European scientist, and two Young Investigator Awards (silver medals, 8000 euros each) are awarded every 2 years.

An international panel of prominent experts in the field of metabolism examines and evaluates the candidates: qualifications, curriculum vitae, and scientific publications.

Servier, the leading independent French pharmaceutical group, has been the sole sponsor of the G.B. Morgagni Prize since 1997.

Morgagni Prizes 2012 Winners

In March 2012, an international panel of prominent experts evaluated the candidates (qualifications, curriculum vitae and scientific publications) for the 2012 G.B. MORGAGNI PRIZES.

The following candidates were chosen:

  • Gold medal: Markus STOFFEL (Germany)
  • Silver medal: Timothy FRAYLING (United Kingdom)
  • Silver medal: Roberto MALLONE (France)

Professor Gaetano Crepaldi will be presenting the 2012 G.B. Morgagni Prize winners during the next International Symposium on Metabolism in Padova, on October 19, 2012.

The G.B. Morgagni Prize was instituted in 1984 by a group of distinguished researchers working at the University of Padova Medical School (Italy).

Named after the great anatomist Giovanni Battista Morgagni (1682-1771), the prize was set up to promote research in the field of metabolism.

One gold medal (20 000 euros) for an outstanding European scientist, and two Young Investigator Awards (silver medals, 8 000 euros each) are awarded every two years for outstanding scientific achievements.

Servier, the leading independent French pharmaceutical group, is proud to support the G.B. Morgagni Prize since 1997.

Professor Gaetano Crepaldi
Founder and Chairman

Morgagni Prizes 2010 Winners


During the Xth International Symposium on Metabolism, which took place in Padova on October 7-9 2010, the chairman of the symposium, Professor Gaetano Crepaldi, presented the G.B. MORGAGNI prizes to the 2010 winners:

– Gold Medal: Professor Oluf PEDERSEN (Aarhus, Denmark)

– Silver Medal: Doctor Miriam CNOP (Brussels, Belgium)


– Silver Medal: Doctor Renaud DENTIN (Paris, France)