The ISFP was founded to stimulate scientific research relating to any aspect of proteolysis which is relevant to human biology and pathology.

ISFP Prize

ISFP Prize 2018

On the occasion of the joint 24th International Congress on Fibrinolysis and Proteolysis and the 17th International Workshop on Molecular and Cellular Biology of Plasminogen Activation, a Prize of 10,000 USD will be awarded for outstanding contributions to the field of fibrinolysis, thrombolysis and proteolysis.

Previous Price winners were I.M. Nilsson (1974), T. Astrup (1976), D. Collen and B. Wiman (1978), K. Robbins (1980), N. Aoki (1982), P. Wallen (1984), S. Müllertz (1986), F. Bachman (1988), M. Samama (1990), D. Loskutoff (1992), F. Blasi, K. DanØ and D. Vassalli (1994), H.R. Lijnen (1996), P. Carmeliet (1998), H. Pannekoek (2000), D. Ginsburg (2002), S. Strickland (2004), J. Degen (2006), F. Castellino (2008), D.A. Lawrence (2010), T. Brugge (2012), E.F. Plow (2014) and R. Medcalf (2016)

Nominations can be submitted to the Executive Director before December 31, 2017

The Prize winner will be selected by vote of an international jury composed of members selected from the Advisory Board and from previous Prize winners and of at least one representative of the Council of the ISFP.

The Prize winner will deliver a honorary plenary lecture at the 2018 ISFP congress.

Forthcoming

The 24th International congress of the ISFP and the 17th International Workshop on Molecular and Cellular Biology of Plasminogen Activation, Edinburgh, UK, September 3-7, 2018

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