L’Oréals-UNESCO’s For Women in Science-prisen

A major aim of the program is to identify and support eminent women in science throughout the world who are working in both life or physical sciences. Every year, five L’Oréal-UNESCO Awards are presented to exceptional women.

By giving these researchers increased visibility, the awards show the way for new generations, encouraging young women to follow their example. Since the launch of the program, two of the recipients of L’Oréal-UNESCO Awards have a subsequently received the Nobel Prize.


Følgende forskere fra Institut for Molekylærbiologi og Genetik har modtaget L’Oréal-UNESCO Award-prisen:

2013 - Anne-Marie Lund Winther

Erhvervspostdoc Anne-Marie Lund Winther (yderst til højre) modtager L’Oréals og UNESCO’s For Women in Science-prisen for sin forskning i kalciumbalancens betydning for muskelsammentrækninger – med særligt henblik på hjertet.

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2010 - Hanne Poulsen

Postdoc Hanne Poulsen (forrest til højre) modtager L’Oréals og UNESCO’s For Women in Science-prisen for sin forskning i natrium-kalciumpumpen.

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