Funded in 2017
Congratulations to Didier Stainier for receiving the first Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard Award 2017 by EuFishBioMed in Budapest 5th July 2017.
The award is given for outstanding achievements in the Zebrafish research field/ community.
(Foto: Uwe Strähle, Didier Stainier, Stefan Schulte Merker)
In 2017 we are able to issue the following grants for meeting and lab visits.
Congratulations to the winners!
Funded in 2016
Isabel Forner Piquet "Di-isononyl phtalate affects the endocannabinoid system and induce fatty liver in zebrafish"
Jiang Zhen "foxc1a and foxc1b exhibit distinct compenastory requirements during brain and trunk angiogenesis and haematopoietic stem cell formation in zebrafish."
Short term fellowships
6 short term fellowships (each 1000€) can be awarded to 6 young scienctist of our community.
Naomi Chrispijn for her visit of Huisken Lab , Michaele Mickoleit.
Manuel Bernabe Garcia for his visit in Prof. Marina Mione´s lab.
Chiara Diquigiovanni will visit Dr. Silvia Paracchini lab.
Ivan Bassi for his visit in Prof Yoaf Gothilf´s lab.
Ismail Ünal will visit the lab of Prof. Ferenc Mueller.
Ivan Belzunce will visit the Jean Perrin Laboratoire (Raphael Candelier , Goerges Debregeas).
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Chiara Diquigiovanni, Ivan Bassi, Manuel Bernabe Garcia and Ismail Ünal
The EuFishBioMed Society awards 4 travel grants (each 1000 €) for young PIs and researchers to attend the European Zebrafish PI Meeting (EZPM), Lisbon, Portugal, 15th-19th March, 2016.
Travel grant Lisbon Announcement
Many Congratulations to: Robin Kimmel, Konstantinos Ampatzis, Tjakko J. van Ham and Ebru Emekli‐Alturfan who are the winners of the travel grants!
Ebru Emekli Alturfan, K. Ampatzis, Tjakko J. c´van Ham in Lisbon
Funded in 2015
Short Term Fellowships
In 2015 3 Short Term Fellowships of 1000€ could be awarded.
The winners are: Inbal Shainer, Karin Prummel and Monika Gostic
The EuFishBioMed Society awards 4 travel grants (each 1000 €) for young PIs and researchers to attend the European Zebrafish Meeting (EZM), Oslo, Norway, June 28th - July 2nd, 2015.
And here are the winners:
Teresa Casar Tena and Nynke Oosterhof, Lucy Brunt, Nicole Schmitner in Oslo (from left to right)
8th Swiss Zebrafish Meeting April 10th , 2015 at the University of Fribourg
Jan Marro won the prize for his poster:
"Differential expression of a transgenic reporter and tight-junction proteins in arteries versus veins of the regenerating zebrafish fin"
Funded in 2014
Short term Fellowships
The EuFishBioMed Society announced the first EuFishBioMed Short Term Fellowships for early career researchers to spend up to two months in a lab of their choice carrying out biomedical research using small laboratory fishes as models. Two fellowships of 1000 € have been awarded.
Congratulations to Chi Chung Wu, who visited the Jeroen Bakker’s lab at the Hubrecht Institute in
Lise Mazelet, who visited the Max Lab Synchroton in Lund of Professor Arner at the Karolinska Institute, Sweden
3rd European Zebrafish PI Meeting (EZPM), Ein Gedi, Israel, March 30- April 3, 2014.
The EuFishBioMed Society awards 2 travel grants (each 500 €) for young PIs to attend the 3rd European Zebrafish PI Meeting (EZPM), Ein Gedi, Israel, March 30- April 3, 2014.
The winner of the "Travel Grant for young PIs" are:
Susana Lopes and Florencia Cavodeassi. CONGRATULATIONS !!
11th International Meeting on Zebrafish Development and Genetics | 24-28 June 2014 | Wisconsin in Madison, USA
The winner of our travel grant is: Vincenzo Torraca. He is PhD Student at the Institute of Biologie (Leiden University) CONGRATULATIONS!!
together with a one year membership in the European Society for Fish Models in Biology and Medicine is funded by EuFishBioMed e.V. and will be awarded at the:
2nd Strategical Meeting for Medaka Research | 10-12 April 2014 | Seville, Spain
We are happy to announce the winner: Saori Yokoi, with her poster about: " Analysis of neural/molecular mechanisms of mate-guarding behavior in small fish, medaka"
7th Swiss Zebrafish Meeting | 25 April, 2014 | Geneva, Switzerland
Dr. Christopher Mahony won the poster price with his poster: "emp1 is a novel marker of erythro-myeloid progenitors"
Heart of Europe Zebrafish Meeting| Sept 17th-19th 2014, Warsaw, Poland
Nicole Schmitner from the Institute of Molecular Biology in Innsbruck, Austria, won the poster prize.