Applied Biochemistry

Awards

16.12.2022 Ahmed Ali, Mathias Ziersch and Jens Kurreck receive the Alternative Methods Teaching Award from the Berlin State Animal Welfare Officer

Prof. Dr. Jens Kurreck, together with Prof. Dr. Birgit Beck, received the Award for Excellent Teaching 2020 from the Society of Friends of Technische Universität Berlin for their joint interdisciplinary seminar "Introduction to Bioethics", in which the students created a bioethics textbook.

Dr. Johanna Berg and Prof. Dr. Jens Kurreck have received the Herbert Stiller Prize 2019 for human-relevant research without animal experiments from the organization Doctors Against Animal Experiments for their project "Clean Bioprinting - Animal-Free Production, Cultivation and Characterization of 3D Organ Models".

© Dongwei Wu

Dongwei Wu received for his presentation abstract:
"3D Bioprinted Cancer Model as an Efficiently Applicable Platform for Drug Testing"
a Young Scientist Travelship Award (European Society for Alternatives to Animal Testing (EUSAAT) 2022 Annual Meeting in Linz, Austria).

Dr. Johanna Berg and Prof. Dr. Jens Kurreck as well as the entire research group in the Department of Applied Biochemistry have received the 2019 Award of the State of Berlin for the Promotion of Replacement and Complementary Methods for Animal Experiments in Education and Research for their work on "3D Bioprinting of organ models in research and education”.

Ahmed Hazini was awarded a travel grant for his presentation at the 11th International Oncolytic Virus Conference 2018 in Oxford, UK.