2022 – Dr. Nicolas Neidert, Germany – Best laboratory research paper
"T-Cell Dysfunction in the Glioblastoma Microenvironment is Mediated by Myeloid Cells Releasing Interleukin-10"
2022 – Dr. Rene Post, Netherlands – Best clinical research paper
"Ultra-early tranexamic acid after subarachnoid haemorrhage (ULTRA): a randomised controlled trial"
2021 – Dr. Basil Grueter, Switzerland – Best laboratory research paper
“Patterns of Neointima Formation After Coil or Stent Treatment in a Rat Saccular Sidewall Aneurysm Model”
2021 – Dr. Kevin Akeret, Switzerland – Best clinical research paper
“Cerebrospinal fluid drives subarachnoid hemorrhage related secondary brain injury”
2020 – Dr. Noorani Imran, UK – Best laboratory research paper
"PiggyBac mutagenesis and exome-sequencing identify genetic driver landscapes and potential therapeutic targets of EGFR-mutant gliomas"
2020 – Dr. Raj Rahul, Finland – Best clinical research paper
"Machine learning-based dynamic mortality prediction after traumatic brain injury"
2019 – Catharina Conzen, Germany – Best laboratory research paper
"The acute phase of experimental subarachnoid hemorrhage: intracranial pressure dynamics and their effect on cerebral blood flow and autoregulation"
2019 – Daniel Delev, Germany/Bulgaria – Best clinical research paper
"Surgical management of lower-grade glioma in the spotlight of the 2016 WHO classification system"
2018 – Joost Dejaegher, Belgium – Best laboratory research paper
"Characterization of PD-1 upregulation on tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes in human and murine gliomas and preclinical therapeutic blockade"
2018 – Tareq Juratli, Germany – Best clinical research paper
"Clinical impact of TERT promoter mutation detection in cell-free tumor-derived DNA in patients with IDH wild-type glioblastomas – a pilot prospective study"
2017 – Thomas Wälchli – Best laboratory research paper
"Nogo-A regulates vascular network architecture in the postnatal brain"
2017 – Mathew J. Gallagher – Best clinical research paper
"Fever worsens neurological outcome in patients with acute traumatic spinal cord injury"
2016 – Dr. Ben Shofty – Best laboratory research paper
"Neurofibromin deficiency is linked to striatal dysfunction"
2016 – Dr. Katrin Rabiei – Best clinical research paper
"Does subjective improvement in adults with intracranial arachnoid cysts justify surgical treatment?"
2015 – Hugh Sims-Williams – Best clinical research paper
"Analgesic deep brain stimulation of the peri-aqueductal gray releases endogenous opioids in man"
2015 – Mario Ganau – Best laboratory research paper
"A DNA-based nano-immunoassay for the label-free detection of glial fibrillary acidic protein in multicell lysates"
2014 – Dr. Adel Helmy – Best clinical research paper
"Recombinant human interleukin-1 receptor antagonist in severe traumatic brain injury: a phase II randomized control trial"
2013 – Dr. Ajmal Zemmar – Best laboratory research paper
"Neutralization of Nogo-A enhances synaptic plasticity in the rodent motor cortex and improves motor learning in vivo"
2012 – Emilia Gaal, Finland – Best clinical research paper
"Systematic comparison of vascular growth factors in the murine brain reveals placenta growth factor as prime candidate for central nervous system vascularization"
2012 – Alfredo Conti, Italy – Best laboratory research paper
"miRNA expression profiling in human gliomas: upregulated mir-363 increases cell survival and proliferation via gap-43 inhibition"
2011 – Christian Senft, Germany – Best clinical research paper
"Intraoperative MRI guidance and extent of resection in glioma surgery: a randomised, controlled trial"
2011 – Tom Theys, Belgium – Best laboratory research paper
"Selectivity for three-dimensional shape and grasping related activity in the ventral premotor cortex"
2010 – Miikka Korja, Finland – best clinical research paper
"Genetic Epidemiology of Spontaneous SAH – Nordic Twin Study"
2010 – Antonio Di Ieva, Austria/Italy – Best laboratory research paper
"The veins of the nucleus dentatus: anatomical and radiological findings"
2009 – Bechir Jarraya, France – Best clinical research paper
"Development of a new gene therapy for Parkinson's disease"
2009 – Oliver Schnell, Germany – Best laboratory research paper
"Imaging of integrin avb3 expression in patients with malignant glioma by 18F Glacto-RGD positron emission tomography"
2008 – Gerrit Schubert, Germany – Best clinical research paper
"Acute vasospasm causes hypoperfusion immediately after subarachnoid hemorrhage – a Xenon contrast-enhandec CT study"
2008 – Friederike Knerlich-Lukoschus, Germany – Best laboratory research paper
"Force-dependent development of neuropathic central pain and time-related CCL2/CCR2 expression after graded spinal cord contusion injuries of the rat"
2007 – Juan C. Fernandez-Miranda, Spain
"Three-dimensional Structure of the White Matter of the Human Brain"
2006 – Ming-Yuan Tseng, United Kingdom
"Acute Systemic Erythropoietin Therapy Reduces Cerebral Vasospasm and Delayed Ischemic Deficits after Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: A Phase II Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controled Trial"
2005 – Claudius Thomé, Germany
"Outcame after less invasive surgery for decompression of lumbar spinal stenosis – a randomized comparison of unilateral laminotomy, bilateral laminotomy and laminectomy"
2004 – Florence Lefranc, Belgium
"Combination of Cimetidine and Temozolamide induces significant increases in the survival periods of human U373 glioblastoma orthotopic xenograft-bearing nude mice as compared to Temozolamide alone"
2003 – Nikunj Patel, United Kingdom
“Intra putaminal infusion of glial cell line-derived neurotrophic factor in Parkinson's disease: a two year clinical, cognitive and quality of life outcome study”
2002 – Alexander Muacevic, Germany
"Image Guided Interstitial laser thermotherapy: A canine model evaluated by magnetic resonance imaging and quantitive autoradiography"
2001 – Liana Beni-Adani, Israel
“A Peptide Derived From Activity-Depentent Neuroprotective Protein (ADNP) Amerliorates Injury Response in closed Head Injury in Mice”
2001 – Ali Savas, Turkey
“The Effects of Conitnuous and Single-Dose Radiation on Choline Uptake in Organotypic Tissue Slice Cultures of Rabbit Hippocampus”
2000 – Marcos Tatagiba, Germany
"Regeneration of auditory nerve following complete sectioning and intrathecal application of the IN-1 antibody."
1999 – Andras Büki, Hungary
“Cysteine Proteases in Traumatically Induced Diffuse Axonal Injury – all Roads Lead to Disconnection?”
1998 – Turker Ilic, Turkey
1997 – Peter Vajkoczy, Germany
"Inhibition of tumor growth, angiogenesis, and microcirculation by the novel Flk-1 inhibitor SU5416 as assessed by intravital multi-fluorescence videomicroscopy."