Prix scientifiques organisés par la F.M.R.E.

2018

Prix Vicomtesse Valine de Spoelberch

Prof. dr. An Goris, PhD (KU Leuven)

Unraveling the BAFF pathway towards targeted treatment of multiple sclerosis

 

Ernest Solvay prize

Prof. dr. Peter Vangheluwe, PhD (KU Leuven)

Neuroprotection by lysosomal transport mechanisms in Parkinson’s disease

 

Prix Janine et Jacques Delruelle

Prof. dr. Benoit Vanhollebeke, PhD (ULB)

Organ-wide analysis of brain neurovascular communication in real-time and at single-cell resolution

2017

UCB award

Dr. Pierre Vanderhaeghen, MD, PhD (ULB)

How to make cortical neurons: mechanisms, evolution and diseases

 

Prof. Fadel Tissir, PhD (UCL)

Shaping the nervous system: role of the planar cell polarity genes

 

Ernest Solvay prize

Prof. Julie Duque et dr. Alexandre Zénon (UCL)

Parkinson's disease revisited: a new vision of basal ganglia functions in the context of the Parkinson's disease

 

Prix CBC banque

Prof. dr. Geert van Loo, PhD (UGent)

Endoplasmic reticulum stress in autoimmune central nervous system inflammation and demyelination

 

Prix Janine et Jacques Delruelle

Prof. dr. Serge N. Schiffmann (ULB)

Basal ganglia's functions and disorders: from specific genes and signalling pathways to neuronal sub-populations

2016

Prix Vicomtesse Valine de Spoelberch

Prof. dr. Ann Massie, PhD (VUB)

System Xc- as a potential target for novel neuroprotective strategies: focus on parkinson's disease and its psychiatric comorbidities

 

Ernest Solvay prize

Prof. dr. Claudia Bagni (KU Leuven)

CYFIP1–pathies: shared pathways in intellectual disabilities and psychiatric disorders

 

Prix Janine et Jacques Delruelle

Prof. dr. Jan Gettemans, PhD (UGent)

Offsetting gelsolin degradation in a transgene mouse model by means of chaperone nanobodies

2015

Ernest Solvay prize

Dr. Pierre Vanderhaeghen, MD, PhD et dr. Anja Hasche (ULB)

How to make cortical neurons: mechanisms, evolution and diseases

 

Prix CBC banque

Prof. dr. Geert van Loo, PhD (UGent)

Endoplasmic reticulum stress in autoimmune central nervous system inflammation and demyelination

 

Prix Janine et Jacques Delruelle

Prof. dr. Serge N. Schiffmann (ULB)

Basal ganglia's functions and disorders: from specific genes and signalling pathways to neuronal sub-populations

2014

UCB award

Prof. dr. Claudia Bagni (KU Leuven)

mRNA metabolism at synapses and spine remodeling: insights into fragile X, autism and Schizophrenia

 

Prix Vicomtesse Valine de Spoelberch

Dr. Fadel Tissir, PhD (UCL)

Celsr genes in brain development and function

 

Ernest Solvay prize

Dr. Laurent Nguyen, PhD et dr. Laurence Malgrange (ULg)

Unravelling the roles of lysine acetylation in neural development

 

Prix Baron van Gysel de Meise

Prof. dr. Vincent Timmerman, PhD et prof. dr. Peter De Jonghe, MD, PhD (UA)

Charcot-Marie-Tooth neuropathies: from genes to protein networks and disease mechanisms

 

Prix Janine et Jacques Delruelle

Prof. dr. Pierre Maquet et dr. Christophe Phillips, ir (ULg)

Characterization of human sleep/Wake regulation using multimodal functional imaging in populations stratified on the polymorphism of PERIOD3 gene

2013

Ernest Solvay prize

Dr. Pierre Vanderhaeghen, MD, PhD (ULB)

From stem cells to cortical networks

 

Prix Baron van Gysel de Meise

Prof. dr. Serge N. Schiffmann (ULB)

Roles of specific genes and neuronal populations in functions and disorders of basal ganglia

 

Prix Janine et Jacques Delruelle

Prof. dr. Danny Huylebroeck, PhD (KU Leuven)

Developmental origin of multiple defects of the nervous systems in Mowat-Wilson syndrome and its new insights for normal embryonic and adult neurogenesis

 

Prix CBC banque

Prof. dr. Geert van Loo, PhD (UGent)

Study of the role of the NF-ĸB regulatory protein A20 in autoimmune central nervous system inflammation

2012

Prix Vicomtesse Valine de Spoelberch

Prof. dr. Vincent Timmerman, PhD (UA)

Charcot-Marie-Tooth neuropathies: from genes to protein networks and disease mechanisms

 

Ernest Solvay prize

Prof. dr. Marc Cruts (UA)

Molecular genetics and functional genomics of frontotemporal lobar degeneration

 

Prix ING

Prof. dr. Ilse Smolders, PhD (VUB)

Unveiling the role of the cystine/glutamate antiporter (system Xc-) in hippocampal functioning, mechanisms of epilepsy and its comorbidities: a new era for future drug treatment

 

Prix Baron van Gysel de Meise

Prof. dr. Caudia Bagni (KU Leuven)

mRNA metabolism at synapses and spine remodeling: insights into fragile X, autism and Schizophrenia

 

Prix Janine et Jacques Delruelle

Dr. Laurent Nguyen, PhD (ULg)

Unravelling the roles of lysine acetylation in neural development

2011

UCB award

Prof. dr. Bart De Strooper, MD, PhD (KU Leuven)

Potential role of dysregulation of the microRNA network in Alzheimer's disease

 

Ernest Solvay prize

Dr. Pierre Vanderhaeghen, MD, PhD (ULB)

Mechanisms of the development and evolution of the cerebral cortex

 

Prix ING

Prof. dr. Serge N. Schiffmann (ULB)

Roles of specific neuronal populations in functions and disorders of basal ganglia: a transgenic and molecular approach

 

Prix Baron van Gysel de Meise

Prof. dr. Pierre Maquet (ULg)

Characterization of spontaneous brain activity in unconscious participants by multimodal functional neuroimaging

 

Prix Janine et Jacques Delruelle

Prof. dr. Wim Vanduffel (KU Leuven)

Large-scale causal functional interactions between cortical areas: from anatomy to neuro-pharmacology

 

Prix CBC banque

Prof. dr. Christine Van Broeckhoven, PhD, DSc (UA)

Progranulin in neurodegenerative dementia: genetic, functional and neuropathological characterization

 

Prix Cercle Gaulois – Thierry Speeckaert

Prof. dr. Rufin Vogels (KU Leuven)

Coding of biological motion in macaque monkeys: relating perception and neuronal selectivity

2010

Prix Vicomtesse Valine de Spoelberch

Prof. dr. Yvette Michotte (VUB)

Research into the mechanism of angiotensin IV and angiotensin receptor ligands in learning and memory, limbic epilepsy and Parkinson's disease

 

Ernest Solvay prize

Prof. dr. Gustave Moonen (ULg)

Characterization of new cellular and molecular mechanism underlying migration of interneurons in the telencephalon

 

Prix Baron van Gysel de Meise

Prof. dr. Vincent Timmerman, PhD (UA)

Molecular genetics and biology of Charcot-Marie-Tooth neuropathies

2009

Ernest Solvay prize

Dr. Pierre Vanderhaeghen, MD, PhD (ULB)

Molecular mechanisms controlling the development and evolution of the cerebral cortex

 

Prix Baron van Gysel de Meise

Prof. dr. Peter Carmeliet (KU Leuven)

Unraveling the role and therapeutic potential of Flt1 receptor ligands in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)

 

Prix CBC banque

Prof. dr. Pierre Maquet (ULg)

Characterization of spontaneous brain activity in unconscious participants by multimodal functional neuroimaging (EEG, fMRI, PET)

 

Prix Monique Brauns

Prof. dr. André Goffinet (UCL)

Genetic, molecular and cellular mechanisms of cortical development

2008

UCB award 2008 – prix UCB pour la recherche scientifique en Belgique

Prof. dr. Wim Vandenberghe, MD, PhD (KU Leuven)

Functional reorganisation of the language system in probable Alzheimer’s disease, primary progressive aphasia, and cognitive aging

 

Prix Vicomtesse Valine de Spoelberch

Prof. dr. Veerle Baekelandt, PhD (KU Leuven)

The role of the Parkinson’s disease linked kinases LRRK2 and PINK1 in cellular signalling: A cellular and in vivo study

 

Ernest Solvay prize

Prof. Eric Bellefroid (ULB)

Molecular mechanisms of early neural crest development

 

Prix Baron van Gysel de Meise

Prof. Bruno Rossion (UCL)

Clarifying the functional neuroanatomy of human face recognition by combining neuroimaging and studies of brain-damaged neurological patients

 

Prix Monique Brauns

Prof. Ludo Van Den Bosch (KU Leuven)

Role of excitotoxicity in motor neuron degenration

2007

Ernest Solvay prize

Prof. dr. Vincent Timmerman, PhD (UA)

Characterization of the role of G protein-coupled receptors in the central nervous system by using genetically invalidated mouse models

 

Prix Baron van Gysel de Meise

Prof. dr. Marc Parmentier (ULB)

Characterization of the role of G protein-coupled receptors in the central nervous system by using genetically invalidated mouse models

 

Prix Monique Brauns

Prof. dr. Pierre Maquet (ULg)

Human Brain Function in sleep. Studies in man by multimodal functional neuroimaging

2006

UCB award 2008 – prix UCB pour la recherche scientifique en Belgique

Dr. Pierre Vanderhaeghen, MD, PhD (ULB)

Developmental mechanisms patterning neuronal connectivity in the cerebral cortex

 

Prix Baron van Gysel de Meise

Prof. dr. Rufin Vogels (KU Leuven)

Coding of action categories in primate cortex