Event | FVB | 22-10-2020

Invitation to the Marthe Vogt Award ceremony

The Forschungsverbund Berlin (FVB) awards this year's Marthe Vogt Award to the excellent young scientist Dr. Annita Louloupi. The award ceremony will take place digitally during the Berlin Science Week on November 3, 6-7 pm.

Every year, the Forschungsverbund Berlin awards the "Marthe-Vogt-Preis" to an excellent young female scientist.


During the ceremony of the Marthe Vogt Award we will show appreciation for this year’s award-winner, biochemist Dr. Annita Louloupi. Professor Michael Hintermüller, Executive Board Spokesman of the Forschungsverbund Berlin (FVB) and Director of the Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics (WIAS), will deliver his welcome speech. Professor Sabine Kunst, President of Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, will give the celebratory address; the laudation will be given by Professor Martin Vingron, Director at the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics (MPIMG).

After the award ceremony, we will welcome participants to the digital lounge to exchange ideas on “more” women in science. Our participants will be the awardee Dr. Annita Louloupi, HU President Professor Sabine Kunst, IGB junior researcher Dr. Mina Bizic, FVB Executive Board Spokesman Professor Michael Hintermüller und FVB Managing Director Dr. Manuela Urban.

And our Marthe Vogt podcast will offer the opportunity to find out more about outstanding female scientists from the Forschungsverbund Berlin.

You can participate in the award ceremony without registration via the following link: https://fv-berlin-virtuell.de.

About the awardee Dr. Annita Louloupi
Annita Louloupi is a biochemist who specializes in RNA biology. She works at the Berlin Institute for Medical Systems Biology at the Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine in the Hemholtz Association (MDC), after having completed her PhD at the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics and Freie Universität Berlin. She studied biology at the University of Crete and Biomedical Sciences at the University of Amsterdam. She receives the Marthe Vogt Award 2020 for her excellent PhD thesis. She was selected for the 68th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting 2018.

Contact: preisverleihungfv-berlin.de