Massry Prize

The Massry Prize is an American science prize, which is awarded annually by the Meira and Shaul Massry Foundation. The prize is worth $ 40,000 and is designed to promote biomedical research in the fields of nephrology, physiology, and related fields.

The Foundation was founded in 1996 by the nephrologists Shaul Massry, MD, owner of Bernard J. Hanley Professor of Medicine at the University of Southern California.

Several winners ( 12 of 30, Booth 2013) and later won a Nobel Prize.

Award winners