Frank Bradke elected as Leibniz Prize winner

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The Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize is the most important research award in Germany. Selection of the prizewinners is made on the basis of a recommendation by third parties.
Frank Bradke will receive the Leibniz Prize for his groundbreaking research in the field of regenerative neurobiology. His scientific interests focus on axon growth. How to activate the potential of neuron to regrow their axons is of tremendous importance for basic science as well as for therapeutic strategies in the area of spinal cord injury.

Frank Bradke also holds a Wings for Life grant. We are delighted that Professor Bradke was elected for the Leibniz Prize- Congratulations!