ADF Awards

The ADF announces various prizes to reward scientists / researchers from the field of dermatological research. In addition to the Paul Langerhans Award for established researchers and the Egon Macher Award for young investigators outstanding works in the field of allergy research (ADF / ECARF Award of European Allergy Research) and oncology (Dermato Oncology Junior Scientist Award) will be honored on the ADF Annual Meetings.

In addition, the 6 best posters will be awarded with a poster prize and 6 travel grants for the next ADF Annual Meeting will be awarded.

For the complete tender texts and the detailed allocation policies please click on the highlighted link.

Please note:
For travel grants, the ADF / ECARF Award for European Allergy Research, the Dermato Oncology Junior Scientist Awards and for the Translational Research Award, a separate application is not necessary. For these prices all abstracts submitted before the deadline will be evaluated.
Submissions for the Paul Langerhans Award and the Egon Macher Award should be made in all cases exclusively in electronic form as one PDF file to the ADF office.
Submission deadline: November 01.

Awards

ADF/ECARF-Award for European Allergy Research

- The Allergy-Award is supported by the European Centre for Allergy Research Foundation (ECARD) -

The “European Center for Allergy Research Foundation (ECARF)” located at the Department of Dermatology and Allergy, Charité Berlin and the ADF want to foster research activities in the field of allergy. Therefore, they announce the “ADF/ECARF-Award for European Allergy Research” donated by ECARF.
The award is in endowed with 5.000,- Euros every year.

The selection of the awardee is done by the jury during the ADF annual meeting. The award will be given to a study-group or a group of collaborators which conducted the research with combined efforts. The award can also be given to non-members of the ADF. Studies in which a member of the jury serves as the first or the last author will not be considered.

All abstracts (poster or presentation) submitted in time to the annual meeting of the ADF will be considered. 

Board of trustees:

  • Prof. Dr. Torsten Zuberbier (Vorsitzender)
  • Prof. Dr. Tilo Biedermann
  • Prof. Dr. Nicolas Hunzelmann
  • Prof. Dr. Claudia Traidl-Hoffmann

 

 

Past awardees of the ADF/ECARF-Award for European Allergy Research


2017
Andrea Braun, Göttingen
Epidermal barrier dysfunction in FlgHrnr-deficient mice promotes allergen sensitization and aggravates experimental asthma in a mouse model of MC903-induced atopic dermatitis

2016
Thomas Volz, Munich
NOD2 signaling critically influences sensitization to orally ingested allergens and severity of anaphylaxis

2015
Florian Woelbing, München
Specific TLR activation mediates innate immune signal triggered co- factor dependent anaphylaxis

2014
Thomas Marichal und Philipp Starkl, Stanford
A beneficial role for immunoglobulin E in host defense against honeybee venom (Immunity /2013)

2013
Kai Haenel, Aachen
IL-31 affects the formation of the mechanical skin barrier and strengthens the antimicrobial defense of the skin partially by upregulating IL-1alpha expression

2012
Lavinia Paternoster, Bristol
Meta-analysis of genome-wide association studies on atopic dermatitis Identifies three novel risk loci

2011
Marc Schmidt, Giessen
Crucial role for human Toll-like receptor 4 in the development of contact allergy to nickel

2010
Stefanie Kunz, Freiburg
A role for T cell independent interleukin-10 in allergen specific immunotherapy

2010
Christian Moebs, Marburg
Specific immunotherapy leads to differential induction of cellular and humoral Bet v 1-specific immune responses in birch pollen allergic individuals

2009
Verena Kupas, Münster

2009
Sabine Ring, Heidelberg

2008
Christoph Tripp, Innsbruck

2007
Vera Mahler, Erlangen

2006
N. Lorenz, Mainz

2006
Miriam Wittmann, Hannover

2005
Thilo Jakob, München

2005
Erika Jensen-Jarolim, Wien