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  1. 4. Sept. 2012 · The Oskar Fischer Prize Recipients. Congratulations to the winners of the Oskar Fischer Prize! The 10 winners – awarded gold, silver and bronze prizes – synthesized the breadth of Alzheimer’s disease research to-date and provided invaluable perspectives on explanations of the disease. For decades, research has focused on just a ...

  2. 8. Juni 2022 · Launched in late 2019 following a philanthropic gift to UTSA from Texas businessman James Truchard, the Oskar Fischer Prize put forward a unique challenge by engaging the world’s brightest researchers to develop proposals to change how society looks at Alzheimer’s disease.

  3. Among Dr. Zoghbi’s recent honors are the Pearl Meister Greengard Prize from Rockefeller University, the Shaw Prize in Life Science and Medicine, the Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences, Canada Gairdner International Prize, and Honorary degrees from Yale University, Harvard University and the University of Massachusetts Medical School, and ...

  4. 8. Juni 2022 · The prize, the world's largest of its kind, totals $4 million in gold, silver and bronze categories, with finalists receiving $500,000, $400,000 and $300,000, respectively. The Oskar...

  5. 3. Juni 2022 · Oskar Fischer was a Jewish pioneer in neuroscience who studied dementia more than 112 years ago. The University of Texas at San Antonio today announced the 10 recipients of the Oskar Fischer Prize, an international competition to expand society’s understanding of the causes of Alzheimer’s disease.

  6. 9. Nov. 2018 · A retired U.S. executive has given $5 million to the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) College of Sciences to establish a contest that challenges scientists to find the cause of Alzheimer’s disease, building on work begun by pioneering neuroscientist Oskar Fischer more than a century ago.

  7. 8. Dez. 2023 · Dec. 16, 2019 — The University of Texas at San Antonio today announced that the official call for entries has opened for the Oskar Fischer Prize to expand the understanding and explanation of Alzheimer’s disease. Entries for the prize can be submitted through Dec. 15, 2020, via an online submission portal on EasyChair.org using ...