Preisträgerin und Preisträger 2010

Vontobel-Preis für Alter(n)sforschung 2010

Der Gewinner des 1. Preises, Dr. Stephan Veen (Mitte), mit Regula Brunner-Vontobel von der Familien-Vontobel-Stiftung und Dr. Hans Vontobel, Stiftungsgründer (Foto: Reinhart Feld)

1. Preis (CHF 20'000.–):

  • Stephan Veen

Dr. oec. publ., Universität Zürich, Institute for Strategy and Business Economics,

für die Arbeit

The effect of age-heterogeneity on company productivity: Results from a large employer-employee data set

International Labor Relations Review (submitted)

Koautorin: U. Backes-Gellner

2. Preis (CHF 10'000.–):

  • Carla Micaela Santos Brosch

Ph.D. / Dr. med., Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Neuroscience, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, USA,

für die Arbeit

Vascular lesions and depression in old age: A neuropathologic investigation of possible etiopathogenetic links

bestehend aus zwei Publikationen:

– Differential impact of lacunes and microvascular lesions on poststroke depression (Stroke, 40, 2009)

– Neuropathologic analysis of lacunes and microvascular lesions in late-onset depression (Neuropathology and Applied Neurobiology; in press)

Koautoren: G. Gold, E. Kövari, F. R. Herrmann, V. P. Bozikas, P. R. Hof, C. Bouras, P. Giannakopoulos