2019 Young Scientist Award Winner Rosina Ehman
Rosina Ehmann (Germany), winner of the 2019 ABCD and Boehringer Ingelheim Young Scientist Award
Rosina Ehmann: a reverse genetics system for a serotype I feline coronavirus
In Cavtat, Rosina Ehmann (Germany), winner of the 2019 ABCD and Boehringer Ingelheim Young Scientist Award, gave a presentation on a reverse genetics system for a serotype I feline coronavirus field isolate to study the molecular pathogenesis of feline infectious peritonitis.
ABCD & Boehringer Ingelheim Young Scientist Awards
‘Our company is strongly committed to supporting independent research in the field of feline infectious diseases, and the Young Scientist Award represents a wonderful collaboration between Boehringer Ingelheim and the ABCD, said Dr Jean-Philippe Tronel, director of the global technical services for pet vaccines at Boehringer Ingelheim.
‘We warmly congratulate this year’s winners and encourage everyone to check out the previous winners, most of whom are still very active researchers and contributing to the health of our beloved cats.’
The Young Scientist Award, created in 2008, is presented annually to young scientists in veterinary or biomedical sciences, who have made an original contribution in the field of feline infectious diseases and/or immunology.
The ABCD and Boehringer Ingelheim Young Scientist Award, created in 2008, is funded by Boehringer Ingelheim and is presented to a young scientist in veterinary or biomedical sciences, who has made an original contribution in the field of feline infectious diseases and/or immunology. Applicants should have published their findings in a journal listed in PubMed or Web of Science or have had them accepted by another recognised assessing body.
Candidates should be based in Europe, have completed a veterinary or biomedical curriculum, and be under 35 years of age at the time of application. Applications in the fields of both basic and applied sciences are welcome.