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CSL Behring Marks World Hemophilia Day by Announcing the Winners of the 'CSL Behring - Prof. Heimburger Award 2011'
Date:4/15/2011

KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa., April 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- CSL Behring, a world leader in the development of plasma-derived and recombinant therapeutics, today announced the winners of this year's prestigious CSL Behring – Prof. Heimburger Award 2011. The announcement coincides with World Hemophilia Day and reflects this year's theme to "Be Inspired, Get Involved in Treatment for All."

The CSL Behring – Prof. Heimburger Award has been inspiring young medical doctors to get involved in hemophilia research for the past four years. The annual award recognizes research excellence and helps to support pioneering work from across the globe in hemophilia and other coagulation disorders. This year's awards, which were judged by four of the world's most eminent clinicians in the field (Dr. Thomas Abshire, Dr. David Lillicrap, Dr. Claude Negrier and Dr. Johannes Oldenburg), were selected for their scientific and clinical merit from a large number of excellent research proposals.

CSL Behring – Prof. Heimburger Award 2011 winners

The five winners of this year's award, each of whom will receive a grant of euro 20,000 to help fund their research project, were announced at the CSL Behring – Prof. Heimburger Award 2011 Symposium in Marburg, Germany. The winners, and the titles of their winning research projects, are:

  • Anne Angelillo-Scherrer, Service and Central Laboratory of Hematology, Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois, Lausanne, Switzerland.
    • Role of Gas6 and protein S pathways in hemostasis, thrombosis and inflammation
  • Jan Emmerechts, Center for Molecular and Vascular Biology, University of Leuven, Belgium.
    • Impact on hemostasis of acute and chronic air pollution by particulate matter
  • Mindy L. Si
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