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Karolinska Stroke Award

The Karolinska Stroke Award  is awarded every two years for Excellence in Stroke Research.

In 2004 the Karolinska Stroke Laureates were Professor Werner Hacke, Heidelberg and Professor Charles Warlow, Edinburgh.

The laureates received the award from the Chairman of the Board of Karolinska Institutet, Berit Löfqvist.

In 2006 the Karolinska Stroke Laureates were Professor Michael Hennerici, Mannheim and Professor Markku Kaste, Helsinki

The laureates received the award from the Chairman of the Board of Karolinska Institutet, Susanne Eberstein.

In 2008 the Karolinska Stroke Laureate was professor Henry Barnett, London, Ontario

The laureate received the award from the President of Karolinska Institutet, Harriet Wallberg-Henriksson

In 2010 the Karolinska Stroke Laureate was professor Takenori Yamaguchi, Osaka

The laureate received the award from the Chairman of the Board of Karolinska Institutet, Susanne Eberstein.

In 2012 the Karolinska Stroke Laureates were Professor Stephen Davis, Melbourne, and Professor Geoffrey Donnan, Melbourne.

The laureates received the award from the Chairman of the Board of Karolinska Institutet, Susanne Eberstein.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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