The International Prize for Scientific Research Arrigo Recordati was established in the year 2000 in memory of the Italian pharmaceutical entrepreneur Arrigo Recordati to carry on his legacy and to inspire scientists and researchers to make important discoveries benefiting people worldwide in the field of cardiovascular disease.
In 2022 The Prize was dedicated to the promotion and recognition of excellence in research on pituitary disorders. Dr Sabrina Chiloiro’s project aiming to investigate the role of the immune microenvironment in GH secreting pituitary tumors was awarded with a €100,000 research grant.
To reflect Recordati strong commitment in the endocrinologic area, the 2022 edition of the International Prize for Scientific Research Arrigo Recordati will be dedicated to the promotion and recognition of excellence in research on pituitary disorders.
Young investigators of all nationalities working in the area of pituitary disorders are eligible. They are typically junior faculty who are not more than ten years from completing their postdoctoral fellowship or clinical specialty fellowship and who are not in any way directly affiliated with a pharmaceutical company.
Basic, translational, and clinical research projects focusing on pituitary disorders are eligible. The winning project will receive a € 100,000 research grant.
On May 23rd, during the 24th European Congress of Endocrinology, the Tenth edition of the International Prize for Scientific Research Arrigo Recordati came to its conclusion with a €100,000 research grant awarded to Sabrina Chiloiro, MD and PhD, clinical and translational endocrine researcher at the Pituitary Unit of the Endocrinology Department at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, in Rome