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Leiden Spinoza Prize Laureates

Of the 97 Spinoza Prizes that have been awarded since 1995, 23 have gone to researchers from Leiden University. The NWO Spinoza Prize is the highest Dutch award in science. The younger NWO Stevin grant goes to researchers who have achieved great success in the field of knowledge utilisation for society. To date, two of these have been awarded to Leiden researchers.

2020

Spinoza Prize

Prof. Sjaak Neefjes, professor of Chemische Immunology

Spinoza Prize

Prof. Ton Schumacher, professor of Immune Technology

2019

Stevin Prize

Prof. Andrea Evers, professor of Health Psychology
Read: Andrea Evers wins Stevin Prize for knowledge exchange and impact

2018

  • Prof. Carsten de Dreu, Professor of Social and Organisational Psychology

Read: Spinoza prize for organisation psychologist Carsten de Dreu

2017

2015

2014

2012

2010

2009

2007

2006

2004

  • Prof. M.H. (Rien) van IJzendoorn, Child and Family Studies

2002

  • Prof. E.A.J.M. (Els) Goulmy, Professor of Transplantation Biology (LUMC)
  • Prof. F.R. (Frits) Rosendaal, Professor of Clinical Epidemiology (LUMC)

2000

  • Prof. E. F. (Ewine) van Dishoeck, Professor of Molecular Astrophysics

1999

  • Prof. C.W.J. (Carlo) Beenakker, Professor of Theoretical Physics

1998

  • Prof. H.W. (Hendrik) Lenstra, Professor of Fundamental and Applied Maths
  • Prof. P.C. (Pieter) Muysken, Professor of Linguistics

1997

  • Prof. F.H.H. (Frits) Kortlandt, Professor of Lingusitics

1995

  • Prof. F.P. (Frits) van Oostrom, Professor of Dutch Literature
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