Rolf Luft Award
Rolf Luft Award is given by Karolinska Institutet for outstanding scientific contribution in endocrinology and diabetes.
Recipients of Rolf Luft Award
Prize Lecture: Unravelling novel actions of gut peptides-biological mechanisms and therapeutic implications
Prize Lecture: Scap: Cholesterol Sensor and Lipid Regulator
Prize Lecture: From base change to better care in diabetes
Prize Lecture: A New Biology for Diabetes (Type 1 and 2)
Prize Lecture: Myostatin: A Molecular Rheostat for Muscle Mass
Prize Lecture: Nuclear Receptor Regulation of Nutrient Metabolism: From Worms to Humans.
Prize Lecture: Hormone resistance in diabetes and obesity: insulin, leptin and FGF21.
Prize Lecture: PI 3-Kinase and glucose metabolism
Prize lecture: AMPK: a key sensor of cellular energy status and a potential drug target in obesity, diabetes and cancer.
Prize lecture: The CRF/urocortin network of neuropeptides and receptors: bridging stress and metabolism
Prize lecture: From insulin signalling to the regulation of cytokine production by pathogens
Professor Stephen O´Rahilly, Cambridge University, UK
Prize lecture: Insights into human metabolism from the study of extreme phenotypes
Professor Bruce Spiegelman, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, USA
Prize lecture: Transcriptional Control of Energy Metabolism
Professor C Ronald Kahn, Joslin Diabetes Center, Boston, USA
Prize lecture: Insulin Action in "Insulin Insensitive" Tissues - Role in Diabetes
Professor Jeffrey Friedman, Laboratory of Molecular Genetics, the Rockefeller University, New York, USA
Prize lecture: Leptin, Obesity and the Hormonal Control of Body Weight