Benesh Joseph wins Adolf Messer Foundation prize for pathogenic bacteria research


The 2017 Adolf Messer Prize worth €25,000 ($29,777) has been awarded to Benesh Joseph, a Biophysicist at Goethe University.

Joseph received the award for his research in the field of pathogenic bacteria. Through his work, Joseph is contributing to the development of new alternative therapy options to counter the multidrug and antibiotic resistance of pathogenic bacteria. 

The Adolf Messer Prize is one of the most valuable science prizes given by the Goethe University in Frankfurt and is awarded annually. The Adolf Messer Foundation has presented the award to outstanding young scientists in the field of basic experimental research at the university since 1994. It is given in recognition of innovation, scientific curiosity and pioneering spirit. 

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