Ragnar Granit Prize
Ragnar Granit Society awards the Ragnar Granit Prize to merited
scientists as a recognition of valuable scientific work in the field of
bioelectromagnetism. The Prize may be awarded after a Ragnar Granit Lecture
given in an international scientific congress or in some other appropriate
The Ragnar Granit Prize recipient is selected by the board of the Society.
Ragnar Granit Prizes awarded:
2002 Fernando H. Lopes da Silva
2003 Olaf Dössel
2004 Robert Plonsey
2005 David Geselowitz
2006 Sten Grillner
Ragnar Granit Prize 2002
For the first time the Ragnar Granit Prize was awarded in the 4th International Congress on Bioelectromagnetism /
XXIX International Congress on Electrocardiology. They were held in Montréal, Canada 2.-5. July 2002.
The Prize was awarded to Professor Fernando H. Lopes da Silva, Institute of Neurobiology, University of Amsterdam,
The Netherlands. The topic of his lecture was: "Nonlinear Analysis of EEG/MEG:
The Case of the Epilepsies as Diseases of Brain Dynamics"
Fernando H. Lopes da Silva
Ragnar Granit Prize 2003
For the second time the Ragnar Granit Prize was awarded in the
XXX International Congress on Electrocardiology, held in Helsinki 11.-14. June, 2003.
The Prize was awarded to Professor Olaf Dössel, Universität Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe, Germany.
The topic of his lecture was: "Modeling Cardiac Electric Fields".
Ragnar Granit Prize 2004
For the third time the Ragnar Granit Prize was awarded when the Foundation became
10 years old in 2004. The Prize was awarded to Professor Robert Plonsey, Duke University,
Durham, North Carolina. He received the prize from remarkable life work in the field of
Ragnar Granit Prize 2005
For the fourth time the Ragnar Granit Prize was awarded in 2005. It was awarded to
Professor David Geselowitz, Pennsylvania State University,
University Park, Pennsylvania. He received the prize from for outstanding contributions to
Ragnar Granit Prize 2006
The Ragnar Granit Prize in 2006 was awarded in connection to
the 30 years' Anniversary Symposium of the Ragnar Granit Institute to
Professor Sten Grillner, Karolinska Institutet, Nobelinstitut for Neurophysiology.
He received the prize from outstanding contributions to neuroscience.