Kavli Prize Week

Kavli Prize Week


Kavli Neuroscience Symposium 9 September 2022

Kavli Neuroscience Symposium 9 September 2022

The Kavli Laureates of 2020 and 2022 will present their prize-awarded research on Friday 9 September at the NTNU Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience in Trondheim. Kindly find the program below. The Kavli Laureate's lectures will be recorded and made available on our YouTube channel and our website.

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The program

When: Friday 9 September
Where: Auditorium MTA at The Kavli Institute, The Fred Kavli Building (MTFS), Campus Øya/NTNU  

 

10:00 Welcome

10:02 Introduction of 2020 Laureate David Julius

10:07 David Julius, University of California San Fransisco, USA

10:37 Introduction of 2020 Laureate Ardem Patapoutian

10:44 Ardem Patapoutian, Scripps Research and Howard Hughes Medical Investigator, Lebanon and USA

11:14 Questions for the 2020 Laureates

11:24 Lunch

12:00 Introduction of 2022 Laureate Jean-Louis Mandel

12:07 Jean-Louis Mandel, University of Strasbourg, France

12:37 Introduction of 2022 Laureate Harry T. Orr

12:44 Harry T. Orr, University of Minnesota Medical School, USA

13:14 Introduction of 2022 Laureate Christopher A. Walsh

13:21 Christopher A. Walsh, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Harvard Medical School, Boston Children’s Hospital, USA

13:51 Introduction of 2022 Laureate Huda Y. Zoghbi

13:58 Huda Y. Zoghbi, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Baylor College of Medicine, Texas Children’s Hospital, USA and Lebanon

14:28 Questions for the 2022 Laureates

14:38 Closing remarks

15:00 End

 

Features and events: An overview of activities and events in Norway


The winners in Neuroscience 2000

The winners of Neuroscience 2020

“For their transformative discovery of receptors for temperature and pressure.”

 

Photo of David Julius, photo courtesy of UCSF
David Julius

University of California, San Francisco, USA
Photo of Ardem Patapoutian, photo courtesy of Scripps Research
Ardem Patapoutian

Scripps Research and Howard Hughes Medical Investigator, Lebanon and USA

The winners in Neuroscience 2022

The winners in Neuroscience 2022

For pioneering the discovery of genes underlying a range of serious brain disorders.

 

Phot of Jean-Louis Mandel. Photo credits: Kavli Prize
Jean-Louis Mandel

University of Strasbourgh
France
Photo of Harry T. Orr. Photo credits: The Kavli Prize / Nils Lund
Harry T. Orr

University of Minnesota Medical School
USA
Photo of Christopher A. Walsh. Photo credits: The Kavli Prize / Nils Lund
Christopher A. Walsh

Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Harvard Medical School, Boston Children's Hospital
USA
Photo of Huda Y. Zoghbi. Photo credits: The Kavli Prize / Nils Lund
Huda Y. Zoghbi
Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Baylor College of Medicine, Texas Children's School
USA and Lebanon

The Kavli Prize


The Kavli Prize

The Kavli Prize

The Kavli Prize honors scientists for breakthroughs in astrophysics, nanoscience and neuroscience – transforming our understanding of the big, the small and the complex.


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