Leibniz Prize Winners 1999 - Most Highly Endowed German Promotional Prize For,,Ten Scientists

e focuses on exploring the structure and function of proteins involved in signal transmission by neurotransmitters and hormones where he studies the regulation processes of G-protein-coupled receptors. His investigations are of great general biological relevance as they provide an understanding of many processes such as vision, other sensory processes and numerous hormonal effects. In honour of the significance of his work Martin Johannes Lohse received numerous awards; he is the project director of various European working programmes and also a reviewer for the most renowned learned journals such as NATURE, SCIENCE and the EMBO JOURNAL.

Professor Dr. Volker Mosbrugger (45), Paleontology, University of Tübingen (DM 1.5 million)

It was only after he had graduated in biology and biochemistry from the universities of Freiburg and Montpellier that Volker Mosbrugger turned to paleobotanic issues. In his habilitation thesis (research work prerequisite to obtaining a professorship) submitted to the University of Bonn he looked into the geological development of stable trunks with a high flexural strength. In 1990 he accepted a call from Tübingen where paleobotany can look back on a long tradition.

Volker Mosbrugger could contribute his expertise to the work conducted at a collaborative research centre at the University of Tübingen, while his concepts of constructional morphology were developed further at a collaborative research centre set up at the universities of Tübingen and Stuttgart and dedicated to studying "Natural constructions - light-weight structures in architecture and nature". Combining careful field observations with theoretical modelling plays an important role in Volker Mosbrugger's scientific approach. This sub-discipline of the geosciences contributes significantly to understanding the characteristics of the global environment and its changeability over time.

Professor Dr. Hans-Christian Pape (42), Neurophysiology, University

Contact: Dr. Eva-Maria Streier
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