Awards and Grants

2021

Borbély Hess Fellowship Information
SSSSC Award Information (new guidelines!!)
SSSSC Travel Fellowships for Students & Postdoc Members Travel_Grants_guide
German RLS Association (in German and English) for the “3rd Lilo Habersack-RLS-Nachwuchsforscherpreis 2021” LH-Preis-Flyer de 2021  LH-Preis-Flyer_e 2021 

2019

Winner of the 2019 Borbély-Hess Fellowship 2019:
Elena Kruglikova, for the study “Proof-of-concept study using closed-loop auditory stimulation during sleep to improve attentional functions in children with ADHD”

Winner of the 2019 Award for the best Basic Sleep Research:
Daniela Latorre (represented by Eric Armentani), for the paper “T cells in patients with narcolepsy target self-antigens of hypocretin neurons”

Winner of the 2019 Award for the best Clinical Sleep Research:
Camila Hirotsu, for the Paper “Obstructive sleep apnoea as a risk factor for incident metabolic syndrome: a joined Episono and HypnoLaus prospective cohorts study”

Winner of the 2019 Award for the best oral presentation:
Yu-Shiuan Lin, for the paper “Daily Caffeine Consumption Reduces Human Grey Matter in Hippocampus Independent of Sleep Pressure”

Winner of the 2019 Award for the best poster:
Romain Cardis, for the poster entitled “Waking up during the night – timing of microarousals in relation to the infraslow oscillation of mouse NREM sleep”

2018

Winner of the 2018 Award for the best Basic Sleep Research:
Sara Fattinger, Children’s Hospital Zürich, for the paper “Deep sleep maintains learning efficiency of the human brain”
Winner of the 2018 Award for the best oral presentation:
Yu-Shiuan Lin, Center for Chronobiology Basel for the paper “Habitual Daily Caffeine Consumption and its Cessation Changes Human Grey Matter Independent from the Effect of Cerebral Blood Flow: A Multimodal Study”
Winner of the 2018 Award for the best poster:
Sandro Lecci, University Hospital Lausanne for the poster entitled “Feeling awake while asleep: a high-density EEG assessment of sleep perception”

 

Winner of the Fellowship 2017: Ben Collins, Zürich for the study on “the circadian clock and sleep”

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