from the GBM (Gesellschaft für Biochemie und Molekularbiologie e. V.)
2013: The Brain Prize for Ernst Bamberg
from the Grete Lundbeck European Brain Research Foundation
2012: The International Prize for Translational Neuroscience for Ernst Bamberg
from the Gertrud Reemtsma Foundation. (until 2019: K-J. Zülch Prize)
2012: Walther Flemming Award for Martin Beck
German Society for Cell Biology (DGZ). Subject matter: Compositional remodeling of the human nuclear pore complex.
2010: Raymond and Beverly Sackler International Prize in Biophysics for Gerhard Hummer
This prize has been established through the generosity of Dr. Raymond and Mrs. Beverly Sackler. In 2010 for Gerhard Hummer together with Yigong Shi, Beijing, China.
2010: Wiley Prize for Ernst Bamberg
The Wiley Prize in Biomedical Sciences recognizes contributions that have opened new fields of research or have advanced novel concepts or their applications in a particular biomedical discipline.
2010: Karl Heinz Beckurts Prize for Ernst Bamberg
Karl Heinz Beckurts Foundation
2009: Stifterverbandspreis for Ernst Bamberg
The Stifterverband is the joint initiative of companies and foundations that is the only one to provide holistic advice, networking and support in the fields of education, science and innovation.
2008: Keilin Memorial Medal for Hartmut Michel
from British Biochememical Society
1990: Grand Cross of Merit for Hartmut Michel
From the Federal Republic of Germany
1989: Bijvoet Medal for Hartmut Michel
The Bijvoet Medal of the Bijvoet Centre for Biomolecular Research is awarded to scientists with an outstanding contribution to furthering the fields of biomolecular chemistry and/or structural biology. Utrecht University, The Netherlands
The Oswalt Foundation is an institution of Frankfurt citizens and promotes biophysical research and its application in the fields of medicine and medical technology. Link: https://www.oswalt-stiftung.de/kontakt/
1986: Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize for Hartmut Michel
The Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize from the German Research Foundation (DFG) is the most important research award in Germany.
1986: American Chemical Society (ACS) Biological Physics Prize for Hartmut Michel
together with Johann Deisenhofer
1986: Otto Klung Weberbank Prize for Hartmut Michel