The Michael Prize will be officially awarded at the International Epilepsy Congress. The prize winners also present their research results in a separate lecture within the scope of the scientific program. The "Michael Lectures" have become a permanent and well-respected part of the international congresses.
Michael Lecture 2019
Dr. Birgit Frauscher:
"Sleep, Oscillations, and background EEG in human focal epilepsy"
PhD Stéphanie Baulac:
"Navigating from germline to somatic mutations in the mTOR pathway landscape"
[33. International Epilepsy Congress 2019, Bangkok]
Michael Lecture 2017
Dr. Boris Bernhardt:
"Neuroimaging and connectome analysis of temporal lobe epilepsy: from hippocampal subfields to large-scale networks"
[32. International Epilepsy Congress 2017, Barcelona]
Michael Lecture 2015
Dr. Jeanne Paz:
"Closed loop optogenetic control of epileptic seizures"
[31. International Epilepsy Congress 2015, Istanbul]
Michael Lecture 2011
Dr. Eleonora Aronica:
"Focal Lesions in human epilepsy: a molecular and neuropathological perspective"
[29. International Epilepsy Congress 2011, Rome]
Michael Lecture 2009
Dr. Hrissanthi Ikonomidou:
"Antiepileptic Drugs and the Developing Brain"
Dr. Ivan Soltesz:
"Epileptogenesis in Carbon and Silicon Brains"
[28. International Epilepsy Congress 2009, Budapest]
Hrissanthi Ikonomidou, Ivan Soltesz, 2009
Birgit Frauscher, Stéphanie Baulac, 2019
Boris Bernhardt, 2017
Jeanne Paz, 2015
Ding Ding, 2013
Eleonora Aronica, 2011