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Award granted to researcher using fluorescence imaging in neuroscience

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Dr Jan Klohs, University Zurich and ETH, has won this year's Till Photonics Technology award from the German Neuroscience Society. His studies were on the development of 'Near infrared fluorescence imaging techniques for the non-invasive study of stroke pathophysiology'.

Every two years the German Neuroscience Society grants this award for excellent results in experimental brain research. The award, based on outstanding research work documented by a list of publications, is sponsored by Till Photonics with €2.500 and aims to support young scientists. Applicants should either work in a German laboratory or as a German abroad. Applications from all fields of neuroscience are considered.

The award will be granted during the Annual Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society from 23-27 March 2011 in Göttingen, Germany. The laureate will deliver a speech covering his work.

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