Josef Rudinger Memorial Award

The Josef Rudinger Memorial Lecture Award is presented “in commemoration of Josef Rudinger’s role in the foundation of the European Peptide Symposia and of diverse contributions he made to peptide chemistry”. The Award is presented during the EPS Symposium and is sponsored by PolyPeptide Group. The 2016 awardee is Jean Martinez. Congratulations! The 2016 awardee is Prof. Jean Martinez Jean Martinez received both his PhD in 1972 from the University of Montpellier 2, at the Continue reading

Miklós Bodanszky Award

The Miklós Bodanszky Award is presented in commemoration of his outstanding contributions to peptide science.  The award is given to the scientist who made significant contributions to peptide-based drug research in the period of ten years after having obtained the PhD degree. The Award is presented during the EPS Symposium and is sponsored by BCN Peptides. The 2016 awardees are Maja Köhn and Markus Muttenthaler. Congratulations!  The 2016 awardees are Dr. Maja Köhn & Dr. Continue reading

The PolyPeptide Group continues to sponsor the Rudinger Award lectures

The Josef Rudinger Memorial Lecture Award is presented every two years, during the European Peptide Symposium, in commemoration of Josef Rudinger’s role in the foundation of the European Peptide Symposia and of diverse contributions he made to peptide chemistry. Potential recipients are nominated by an EPS member. Preference is given to a candidate with longstanding contributions to the field. The Scientific Advisory Committee of EPS reviews the nominations and makes a recommendation to the Executive Continue reading

EPS Miklós Bodanszky Award to be sponsored by BCN Peptides

We are glad to announce that the EPS Miklós Bodanszky Award, established by the Society in 2014, is to be sponsored by BCN Peptides. The Award, honoring a scientist who has made significant contributions to peptide-based drug research in the period of ten years after having obtained the PhD degree, will be presented for the first time to the ex-aequo winners of the first edition, Drs. Maja Köhn and Markus Muttenthaler, at the 34 European Continue reading