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Jacobæus Prisen

Fondens ældste pris

Jacobæus Prisen blev indstiftet i 1939 (uddelt første gang i 1942) til minde om den svenske professor H.C. Jacobæus og er Novo Nordisk Fondens ældste pris. Prisen har til formål at promovere medicinsk forskning og gives årligt til en internationalt anerkendt forsker, der inviteres til at holde en forelæsning om sin forskning. Emnet bør falde inden for det fysiologiske eller endokrinologiske område. Prisen er på 1.500.000 kr., opdelt i 250.000 kr. som en personlig pris, og 1.250.000 kr. til forskning eller udviklingsarbejde.

Prisen uddeles i regi af Komite for Endokrinologi og Metabolisme, der er en komite under Novo Nordisk Fonden, og forelæsningerne afholdes så vidt muligt i skandinaviske universitetsbyer eller andre byer i Europa med tilknytning til medicinsk forskning.

H.C. Jacobæus (1879-1937) var en pioner inden for klinisk forskning. Han udviklede bl.a. en metode til at undersøge lungerne vha. torakoskopi – kikkertundersøgelser – hvilket har haft stor betydning for diagnosticering og behandling af lungesygdomme, især tuberkulose. Jacobæus var medlem af fondens bestyrelse fra 1926 og frem til sin død.

Prisen var tidligere forankret i sin egen fond og kendt under navnet Fondet H.C. Jacobæus’ Forelæsninger.

Tidligere modtager

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Modtager
2015
M. BISHR OMARY
Professor Gave the prize lecture "Unravelling the cytoskeleton" in Turku
2014
FRANCES ASHCROFT
Professor Gave the prize lecture "From Bench to Bedside: How activating KATP channel mutations cause neonatal diabetes " in Copenhagen
2013
LEWIS C. CANTLEY
Professor Gave the prize lecture "The role of phosphoinositide 3-kinase in human disease" in Stockholm
2012
ANTHONY WEETMAN
Professor Gave the prize lecture "Thyroid autoimmunity for clinicals" i Oslo
2011
JOHAN AUWERX
Professor Gave the prize lecture "NAD sensors to integrate metabolism" i Helsinki
2010
GERARD KARSENTY
Professor Gave the prize lecture "The Novel Endocrinology of Bone" i København
2009
MICHAEL P. CZECH
Professor Gave the prize lecture "RNAi-based therapeutic strategies for inflammation and metabolic disease" i Umeå
2008
EMMANUEL VAN OBBERGHEN
Professor Gave the prize lecture "Diabetes and its complications - when insulin action goes wrong" i Göteborg
2007
KÁRI STEFÁNSSON
Gave the prize lecture "Genetics of Common/Complex Traits" in Göteborg
2006
BJÖRN R. OLSEN
Professor Gave the prize lecture "The adapter SH3BP4 is a critical regulator of myeloid sensitivity to macrophage- and osteoclast-inducing signals" in Göteborg
2005
BARBARA B. KAHN
Professor Gave the prize lecture "Intertissue communication in the regula-tion of insulin sensitivity and glucose homeostasis" in Stockholm
2005
STEPHEN O'RAHILLY
Professor Gave the prize lecture "Human obesity and insulin resistance: Lessons from experiments of nature" in Oslo
2004
BRUCE M. SPIEGELMAN
Professor Gave the prize lecture "PPAR-? and PGC-1 Coactivators in Glucose and Energy Homeostasis" in Helsinki
2003
SIR PHILIP COHEN
Professor Gave the prize lecture "Insulin Signalling through PI 3-kinase" in Odense
2002
DR. C. RONALD KAHN
Dr. Gave the prize lecture "Insulin Receptorand Beta Cell Function ? Lessons from Animal Models" in Lund
2001
MASASHI YANAGISAWA
Professor Gave the prize lecture "The Orexins/Hypocretins and their re-ceptors: Discovery, characterization and physiology studied in ?knock-out? mice" in Oslo
2001
EMMANUEL MIGNOT
Professor Gave the prize lecture "The molecular basis for the sleep disorder Narcolepsy in canine and humans. Future prospects for disease intervention" in Oslo
2001
J. GREGOR SUTCLIFFE
Professor Gave the prize lecture "The Hypocretins: Discovery, characterization and its local and general physio-logical effects" in Oslo
1999
E. ROTHMAN
Gave the prize lecture "The Minimal Machinery for Vesicle Transport" in Copenhagen
1998
ERKKI RUOSLAHTI
Dr. Gave the prize lecture "Integrins and tumor metastasis" in MarieHamn
1997
JEFF FRIEDMAN
Professor Gave the prize lecture "Recent developments in leptin research" in Göteborg
1995
THEODORE FRIEDMANN
Professor Gave the prize lecture " Gene therapy; present status and future perspectives in medicine" in Oslo
1994
OLE HOLGER PETERSEN
Professor Gave the prize lecture "Cytosolic Ca2+ Signals. Specific spatio-temporal patterns allow selective regulation of various cellular functions" in Copenhagen
1993
PER A. PETERSON
Professor Gave the prize lecture "Antigen presentation or how to help the immune system" in Helsinki
1991
ROLF LUFT
Professor Gave the prize lecture "Luft?s Disease-revisited" in Stockholm
1990
ALLEN M. SPIEGEL
Professor Gave the prize lecture "Receptor-effector coupling by GTP-binding proteins: implications" in Oslo
1989
LESLIE J. DEGROOT
Professor Gave the prize lecture "Thyroid Hormone receptors and action - many answers, many questions" in Copenhagen
1988
MORTON K. SCHWARTZ
Dr. Gave the prize lecture "Tumor markers" in Kuopio
1987
ABNER NOTKINS
Dr. Gave the prize lecture "Tracking the causes of diabetes mellitus from viruses to auto-immunity" in Stockholm
1986
J. DENIS MCGARRY
Professor Gave the prize lecture "From dietary glucose to liver glycogen - new perspectives" in Oslo
1985
JACOB E. POULSEN
Overlæge, dr.med. Gave the prize lecture "50 years? experience with protamine insulin" in Madrid
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Fra 2018 bevilger Novo Nordisk Fonden årligt DKK 1.500.000 til uddeling af Jacobæus Prisen.
Yderligere information

Susanne E. Hede
Scientific Officer
Novo Nordisk Fonden
suhq@novo.dk

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