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The Elsass Foundation Research Prize

Every second year the Elsass Foundation acknowledges a researcher, who is making a significant impact in the field of cerebral palsy. Call for nomination is open now.

Once every second year the Elsass Foundation Research Prize is awarded by the protector of the Elsass Foundation, HRH Princess Benedikte at the foundations premises in Charlottenlund, Denmark. The prize recognizes researchers, who has made a particularly significant effort developing new methods or knowledge within the field of cerebral palsy (CP) across all aspects of human function including motor, sensory, cognitive, psychological and social conditions.

Prize amount

The prize amount is 1.000.000 dkr. (equivalent to 150.000 €). It is a combined personal prize of 250.000 dkr. (37.500 €) and a prize of 750.000 dkr. (112.500 €) given in order to perform new research and develop more knowledge and expertise in the CP-field.

It is given to one person preferably, though can be shared by several. Nominations of candidates with a background in basic as well as science, clinical medicine, population health, from any professional background are welcome.

The Elsass Foundation Research Prize was founded and given for the first time in 2019.

Selection Committee

The members of the committee are appointed from the highest possible level of expertise within the field of CP in terms of scientific merit, recognition and knowledge.

In 2019 the committee comprises:

The Elsass Foundation complies with Danish legislation regarding impartiality rules. Read more here

Call for nomination

You can nominate your candidate for the Elsass Foundation Research Prize 2021 now. To be considered, nominations must be submitted in english before June 26th, 2020

Click the button below and follow the instructions given in the submit form.

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About the foundation

The Elsass Foundation is a non-profit organisation that conducts research and provides knowledge on cerebral palsy to the professional community as well as people with cerebral palsy.

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