The Robert W. Berliner Award for Excellence in Renal Physiology recognizes distinguished lifetime achievement in renal physiology research.
The American Physiological Society awarded the Robert W. Berliner Award for excellence in renal physiology to René Bindels, theme Renal disorders. The Robert W. Berliner Award is the most prestigious award of the American Physiological Society (APS), Renal Section. It recognizes distinguished lifetime achievement in renal physiology research.
René Bindels received the award on 23 April 2018 during an official ceremony at the annual meeting of Experimental Biology 2018 in San Diego.
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