This award recognises research achievements of outstanding quality in the fields of basic endocrine science or of clinical paediatric endocrinology.
Nominations for 2020 now closed
- Candidates must be nominated in writing by an ESPE member.
- Self-nominations are not accepted.
- A letter of endorsement, outlining the suitability of the candidate for the award, should accompany the nomination.
- Candidates should submit their full CV, including contributions to ESPE.
- Candidates should submit a publication list, including citation analysis.
- The winner is invited to present a lecture at the ESPE Annual Meeting.
- All nominations must be submitted electronically to email@example.com
- Candidates may only be considered for one award each year. If a candidate is nominated for more than one award, they will be asked to choose which award they wish to be considered for.
- Candidates must be ESPE members and should be nominated by one ESPE member.
- Current members of the ESPE Council and the Andrea Prader Committee are ineligible for this award.
- All nominations will be acknowledged by email.
- Selection of the award winner will be made by the Andrea Prader Committee.
- The decision taken by the Andrea Prader Committee is based on the candidates' research achievements of outstanding quality in the fields of basic endocrine science or of clinical paediatric endocrinology.
- The successful candidate will be notified by the Secretary General by the end of April. Candidates who have not received notification by this date should assume that they have not been successful.
2019 Professor Irène Netchine, Paris, France
2018 Dr Christa Flück, Bern, Switzerland
2017 Dr Heiko Krude, Berlin, Germany
2016 Dr Ken Ong, Cambridge, United Kingdom
2015 Dr Anders Juul, Copenhagen, Denmark
2014 Dr Moshe Phillip, Petah Tikva, Israel
2013 Dr Lourdes Ibáñez, Barcelona, Spain
2012 Dr Michel Polak, Paris, France
2011 Dr Anita Hokken-Koelega, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
2010 Dr Peter Clayton, Manchester, UK
2009 Dr Yves Le Bouc, Paris, France
2008 Dr Leo Dunkel, Kuopio, Finland
2007 Dr Primus Mullis, Bern, Switzerland
2006 Dr Mikael Knip, Helsinki, Finland
2005 Dr Serge Amselem, Creteil, France
2004 Dr Francis de Zegher, Leuven, Belgium
2003 Dr Annette Grüters-Kieslich, Berlin, Germany
2002 Dr David Dunger, Cambridge, UK
2001 Dr Charles Sultan, Montpellier, France
2000 Dr Ze'ev Hochberg, Haifa, Israel
1999 Dr Jean-Pierre Bourguignon, Liege, Belgium
1998 Dr Kerstin Albertsson-Wikland, Gothenburg, Sweden
1997 Dr Michel Aubert, Geneva, Switzerland
1996 Dr Michel Binoux, Paris, France