Richard Willstätter Prize for Chemical Biology

Richard Willstätter Prize for Chemical Biology

     

  • Subject: Chemical Biology
  • Consists of: ? 6,000, certificate
  • First awarded: 2020
  • Announcement: Currently not advertised
  • Awarded jointly by: DECHEMA, DPhG, GBM and GDCh
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The Richard Willstätter Prize for Chemical Biology honors interdisciplinary research, knowledge gained in chemical-biological relationships and outstanding commitment to the subject, e.g. in the form of promoting young talent or the design of courses.

The Richard Willstätter Prize for Chemical Biology is awarded by the DECHEMA Society for Chemical Technology and Biotechnology eV, the German Pharmaceutical Society eV (DPhG), the Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology eV (GBM) and the German Chemical Society eV (GDCh) donated in equal proportions.

Current awardee: Herbert Waldmann, Dortmund

Professor Herbert Waldmann received the Richard Willstätter Prize for Chemical Biology 2020 for his outstanding work at the interface between organic chemistry and Biology. Waldmann is the first to receive this award.

More information on Professor Waldmann

Selection committee

The selection is made by the members of the Advisory Board of the Joint division Chemical Biology of DECHEMA, DPhG, GBM and GDCh.

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