The Roquette Foundation for Health launched its first Research Prize in 2020. Targeted at young researchers under 40 years old, this prize aims to reward or support innovative research, theses, dissertations, or publications in the fields of food, nutrition, health prevention, future food, or nutritional transition.
The Roquette Foundation promotes medical research to prevent, cure, and avoid the spread of diseases, thereby contributing to the overall health of women and men worldwide.
Awarded in 2020 and 2022, this prize supports and rewards medical research related to health prevention.
The third edition of the Roquette Foundation Research Prize is launched!
Open to any researcher under 40 years old (in France, Italy, Spain, Lithuania, or Singapore), it aims to reward or support any research related to the following theme:
In order to apply, the submissions must be research-based, spanning various disciplines such as fundamental research, clinical research, and social sciences. Additionally, they should have been published at least once.
This year, the Roquette Foundation awarded its second Research Award Prize to Clémentine Hugol-Gential and her team for their work on the impact of social networks on the eating behaviors of adolescents.
For this second edition in 2022, the jury also decided to award a prize to the project of Jean-Baptiste Bizeau, a 26-year-old researcher at INRAE (National Institute for Agricultural, Food, and Environmental Research) in Dijon.