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Dorothy Hegarty Award

ATLA Staff Writer

The Dorothy Hegarty Award for the best article published in the 2014 ATLA, has been won by Zhuo Li, Ka Yee Lok and Changhe Yu (Bio S&T, Montreal, Canada), and Tong Guo (Goodman Institute of Investment Management, John Molson School of Business, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada). Their paper, Lung fibrosis: Drug screening and disease biomarker identification with a lung slice culture model and subtracted cDNA library, appeared in ATLA 42, pp. 235–243.
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Dorothy Hegarty Award Winners 2013

ATLA Staff Writer

The Dorothy Hegarty Award is presented annually to the author(s) of the paper published in the previous year’s volume of FRAME’s scientific journal, ATLA, which, in the opinion of the members of the Editorial Board, is likely to make the most significant contribution to the reduction, refinement and/or replacement of animal experimentation.
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Dorothy Hegarty Award Winners 2011

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The 2011 Dorothy Hegarty Award has been won by Dr Stephan Schumacher, Dr Jessica Stahl, Professor Dr Wolfgang Bäumer and Professor Dr Manfred Kietzmann (all from the Institute of Pharmacology, Toxicology and Pharmacy, University of Veterinary Medicine, Hannover, Germany), for their paper, The Use of an In Vitro-cultured Porcine Nasal Mucosa Model for the Biocompatibility Assessment of Biodegradable Magnesium (ATLA 39, 261–271).
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Dorothy Hegarty Award Winners 2012

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The Dorothy Hegarty Award for the best article published in ATLA volume 40, 2012, has been won by Uwe Marx, Silke Hoffmann, Gerd Lindner, Reyk Horland and Roland Lauster (Department of Biotechnology, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany), Heike Walles (Universität Würzburg, Germany), Frank Sonntag and Udo Klotzbach (Fraunhofer-Institut für Werkstoff- und Strahltechnik IWS, Dresden, Germany), Dmitry Sakharov (SRC Bioclinicum, Moscow, Russia), and Alexander Tonevitsky (Moscow State University, Russia). Their paper, ‘Human-on-a-chip’ developments: A translational cutting-edge alternative to systemic safety assessment and efficiency evaluation of substances in laboratory animals and man?’, appeared in ATLA 40, pp. 235–257.

The Award is presented annually to the author(s) of the paper published in the previous year’s volume of FRAME’s scientific journal, ATLA, which, in the opinion of the members of the Editorial Board, is likely to make the most significant contribution to the reduction, refinement and/or replacement of animal experimentation.

Each member of the ATLA Editorial Board is entitled to make up to five nominations for the Award, in rank order. As in previous years, a large variety of papers were nominated, reflecting the diversity of the work published in ATLA, and the wide range of interests of the members of the Editorial Board. Manfred Liebsch, of the ATLA editorial Board, nominated the Marx et al. paper because he felt that it was a “breath-taking vision supported by facts stemming from labs of the authors. It shows the direction in which full animal test replacement methods have to go, to be able to fully replace complex animal tests by complex models of human-based micro systems.”

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