Luc Ciompi - Psychiatrist and Author

Luc Ciompi Award

In 2014, Luc Ciompi created an Award for valuable scientific work from Europe on the problem of the interactions between emotion and cognition and their significance for the understanding and treatment of schizophrenic psychoses. This prize has since been awarded four times in collaboration with the Swiss Society for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy (SGPP) under the name "Luc Ciompi Prize" (see below for prize winners).

From 2023 on, the prize is awarded jointly with the Swiss Society for Social Psychiatry (SGSP) under the new name "SO-PSY Luc Ciompi Prize" also for psychiatric approaches that promote, in addition, social inclusion and the realisation of a fulfilled life.

For detailed information on the call for entries and the awarding of the prize, see:
psychiatrie.chSGPPLuc Ciompi Award
Google search: SO-PSY Luc Ciompi Prize

Previous Prize winners:

2015Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Birgit Derntl from Aachen (Germany)
2017Gemma Modinos, PhD, London (UK)
A recognition prize went to Mr. Michael Hotz, Darmstadt (Germany)
2019Dr. Matthias Kirschner, Zürich (Schweiz)
A recognition prize went to Mrs. Helena Rohen, Nürtingen (Germany)
2021Dr. Lilith Abrahamyan Empson, Département de Psychiatrie, Université de Lausanne (Switzerland)
Dr. Alexander Wullschleger, Univ. Departement für Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie, Charité Berlin (Germany)
A recognition prize went to Mr. Thomas Schreiber, Social Worker in Solingen und im Wohlfahrts-Landesverband Nordrhein-Westfalen (Germany)

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