Otto Roth Award 2007

  • Siegl, Daniel (Award Recipient)

Prize: Awards of the University of Luebeck

General Description

The Otto Roth Award 2007 is awarded to Dr. med. Daniel Siegl. He is honored for his dissertation "Characteristic differences of acetylcholine-induced hyperpolarization in endothelium and smooth muscle in the mouse microcirculation in vivo-evidence for low myoendothelial coupling.", which he wrote at the Institute of Physiology under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Cor de Wit.

The Otto Roth Award is the Medical Faculty`s annual award for an outstanding doctoral thesis donated by the Society of the University`s Alumni with an amount of 2.500 Euros.
It is named after Professor Otto Roth (1863-1944), the University`s first specialized surgeon. He became head of the Clinic of Surgery in Luebeck`s General Hospital (1897-1933) and collaborated with Heinrich Dräger (1847-1917) for the development of the world world-famous Dräger-Roth anaesthetic apparatus, allowing the thrive of modern anaesthesiology.
Degree of recognitionLocal
Granting OrganisationsVerein der Alumni, Freunde und Förderer der Universität zu Lübeck e. V.