Boehringer Ingelheim Award

Boehringer Ingelheim Award for Parasitological Research

 

In 1996 the board of the Netherlands Society for Parasitology (NVP) and Merial B.V. have introduced the Merial Award for Parasitology. To the appreciation and stimulation of scientific research in the field of veterinary and medical parasitology, the Merial Award
was given to researchers originating from Belgium, The Netherlands or Luxembourg (Benelux).


Merial became part of Boehringer Ingelheim in 2017, but a long-standing institution was not changed and the yearly award for excellent parasitological research in the Benelux remains, but its name was changed to Boehringer Ingelheim Award.

Previous laureates are:

2020 Dr. Bart Everts

2019 Dr. Luc Coffeng

2018 Dr. Meta Roestenberg 

2017 Dr. Guy Caljon

2016 Dr. Bruno Levecke

2015 Dr. Petra Mens

2014 Dr. Pierrick Uzureau

2013 Dr. Stijn Deborggraeve

2012 Dr. Teun Bousema

2011 Dr. Johannes Charlier

2010 Dr. Tine Huyse

2009 Dr. Peter Geldhof

2008 Dr. Taco Kooij

2007 Dr. Stefan Magez

2005 Dr. Filip Claes

2004 Dr. Niko Speybroeck

2003 Dr. Véronique Hannaert

2001 Dr. Milly van Dijk

2000 Dr. Jaap van Hellemond

1999 Dr. Lisette van Lieshout

1998 Dr. Edwin Claerebout

1997 Dr. Maria Yazdanbakhsh

1996 Prof. Dr. Lodewijk Tielens


Boehringer Ingelheim Award

The Boehringer Ingelheim Award is a competitive prize for young researchers who have made innovative contributions to the fields of veterinary or medical Parasitology. Scientists younger than 40 years of age who have completed their PhD studies and performed additional parasitological research of outstanding quality thereafter are eligible. Along with the certificate honouring the achievement, the winner will receive € 3000. The award is intended to encourage continued professional ambition in parasitology in the Benelux, and to reward scientific quality and active dissemination of results in (inter)national settings.