Milupa Fellowship Award

Every two years, the Milupa Award of the Swiss Society of Neonatology is given to a researcher/clinician who has published outstanding research in the field of neonatology. The prize (CHF 10'000.00) is donated by Milupa Switzerland and should be used to support a research stay in Switzerland or abroad.

Details of submissions are available in German and French and are attached below. The prize will be awarded during the Annual Meeting of the Swiss Society of Neonatology.

Prof Dr. med. M. Roth-Kleiner
President, Swiss Society of Neonatology

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PDF Application German
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Award winners of the past years

Milupa Award 2016
Christoph Rüegger (Melbourne)
Nasal high-frequency oscillation to treat apnea of prematurity: a crossover, randomized clinical study

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Milupa Award 2014
Evelyne Staub (Basel)
Effects of invasive mechanical ventilation versus non-invasive ventilation on renal blood flow and renal function in preterm lambs


Milupa Award 2012
Céline Julie Fischer Fumeaux (Lyon)
Effects of mother's own raw milk administration on breastfeeding in hospitalized neonates


Milupa Award 2010
Luregn Schlapbach (Bern)
Differential role of the lectin pathway of complement activation in susceptibility to neonatal sepsis

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Milupa Award 2008
Pia Wintermark (Lausanne & Boston)
Perfusion-weighted MRI in term infants with hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy


Milupa Award 2006
Cornelia Franziska Hagmann (Lucerne & London)
T2 at MR imaging is an objective quantitative measure of cerebral white matter signal intensity abnormality in preterm infants at term-equivalent age.

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Milupa Award 2004
Matthias Roth-Kleiner (Lausanne)
Pathophysiological aspects of mechanical ventilation and inflammation on
long-term pulmonary development of newborn rats

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Award 2002
Riccardo Pfister (Geneva)
Influence of fetal activity and uterine contractions on liquid expulsion from the lung during labor 

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Milupa Award 2000
Cécile Besson Duvanel (Lausanne)
Long-term effects of neonatal hypoglycemia on brain growth and psychomotor development in small-for-gestational-age preterm infants

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Milupa Award 1998
Jean-François Tolsa (Lausanne)
Developmental change in magnesium sulfate-induced relaxation of rabbit pulmonary arteries

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