Louis-Jeantet Foundation

Deadline: 15/02/2001
September 29, 2003

The Louis-Jeantet Prize for medicine is awarded each year to one to three researchers or research groups. It is not intended to honour past accomplishments but to encourage innovative research of the highest quality.

Candidates must be engaged in basic or clinical biomedical research in countries that are members of the Council of Europe. Candidates must be nominated by scientists, physicians or institutions having detailed knowledge of their research.
Contact: Secretary of the Science Committee
Address: The Louis-Jeantet Foundation for medicine, PO Box 7, CH - 1211 Geneva 17, Switzerland
Telephone: ++4122 704 36 36 Fax: ++4122 704 36 37
Email: info@jeantet.ch

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