Nicolas Rohleder, of the Department of Psychology, Brandeis University, is the recipient of the 2011 Curt P. Richter Award of the International Society for Psychoneuroendocrinology (ISPNE) for his original manuscript entitled “Acute and chronic stress induced changes in sensitivity of peripheral inflammatory pathways to the signals of multiple stress systems”. The award, which has been given by the ISPNE for over 25 years to a distinguished line of young investigators in the field of psychoneuroendocrinology, consists of an honorarium, an award certificate and plaque, a travel grant of up to $ 1,000 to attend the Society’s annual meeting, the publication of the manuscript in the society’s journal ‘Psychoneuroendocrinology‘, and well as a year’s complimentary access to ScienceDirect and Scopus. Dr. Rohleder will receive the award, and make a presentation of his research findings, at the ISPNE annual meeting to be held in Berlin, Germany on August 4-6.
- Rohleder N. Acute and chronic stress induced changes in sensitivity of peripheral inflammatory pathways to the signals of multiple stress systems – 2011 Curt Richter Award Winner. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 2012