The Nobel prize in medicine given for the treatment of parasitic infections. Winners were researchers William Campbell, Satoshi Omura and The residences.
The annual Nobel week opened in Stockholm. By tradition, the first were named the winners of highest scientific awards for 2015 in the field of physiology or medicine, said the press service of the Nobel Foundation. "The prize in physiology or medicine for the year 2015 was awarded for the development of new methods of treatment of parasitic diseases such as malaria," he said in Stockholm the Nobel Committee at Karolinska medical Institute.
The awarding ceremony will be held in Stockholm on 10 December, the day of the death of Swedish businessman and inventor Alfred Nobel (1833-1896). The amount of premium in the current quarter is 8 million Swedish kronor ($953 thousand). 4 of 5 prizes in physiology or medicine, physics, chemistry and literature, as well as in the field of Economics, established in 1968 in memory of Nobel by the Swedish state Bank, will be awarded in the Swedish capital. The peace prize, according to the will of her father, always awarded in Oslo on 10 December.
In 2014 the Nobel prize in physiology or medicine was awarded in London American Briton John O'keefe and researchers from Norway - spouses May-Britt and Edward Moser. The work of researchers demonstrated how the nerve cells of the brain perform complex intellectual process and affect inhabitant of our planet to create a space in your brain, which is of great importance for the understanding of many diseases.
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