Best Negative Data Prize in Clinical Neuroscience
The Best Negative Data Prize in Clinical Neuroscience recognises those who have made exceptional contributions to CNS treatment science by publishing clinical research with negative findings. Winners are selected especially on the basis of the impact of their findings in helping the field to optimise its resource and investment allocation and, in doing so, advance long-term treatment development.
Extending its previous sponsorship of the Best Negative Data Prize for results in Pre-Clinical Neuroscience, as of 2023 the U.S.-based non-profit research organisation Cohen Veterans Bioscience (CVB) provides a cash prize of USD 10,000 to accompany the award.
- Boushra Dalile
- Danique La Torre
- Polona Kalc
- Francesca Zoppas
- Chiara Roye
- Chrystel Loret
- Lisa Lamothe
- Gabriela Bergonzelli
- Christophe M. Courtin
- Bram Vervliet
- Lukas Van Oudenhove
- Kristin Verbeke
for 'Extruded wheat bran consumption increases serum short-chain fatty acids but does not modulate psychobiological functions in healthy men: a randomized, placebo-controlled trial' in Frontiers in Nutrition, May 2022, Volume 9.
The public announcement and presentation of the prize took place at the 36th ECNP Congress, 7-10 October 2023, Barcelona, Spain, where the winner Boushra Dalile, Belgium, presented a talk about her negative data results paper.
For the full press announcement of the award, read the press release.
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