Conditions: The doctorate of the nominees must not date back more than two years on September 15, 2023. Eligible to nominate are professors from whom the nominees received their doctorates.
Required nomination documents: Brief justification, curriculum vitae and list of publications as well as an abstract of the dissertation (maximum two pages) in English. The complete dissertation must also be submitted as a pdf file.
Deadline: September 15, 2023
For outstanding dissertations in the field of biocatalysis, our member Prof. Dr. em. Manfred Schneider set up the GDCh Prize for Biocatalysis. It is awarded to young doctors who received their doctorate no more than two years ago.
Dr. Ulrich Markel is being honored with the GDCh Award for Biocatalysis 2022 for his outstanding doctoral thesis in the interdisciplinary field of developing new methods of directed evolution to improve the catalytic properties of natural and artificial metalloenzymes.
Ulrich Markel, University of California, San Diego/USA
|2020||Nadine Zumbraegel, Bielefeld|
Prof. Harald GRÖGER, Bielefeld (lead)
Prof. Kathrin CASTIGLIONE, Erlangen-Nuremberg
Prof. Andreas LIESE, Hamburg-Harburg
Prof. Dörte ROTHER, Jülich
Prof. Udo KRAGL, Rostock
Prof. Anett SCHALLMEY, Braunschweig
Prof. Uwe T. BORNSCHEUER, Greifswald
Prof. Vlada URLACHER, Düsseldorf
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