Lifetime Achievement Award

Sponsored by: 

Cayman Chemical



 Charles A Dinarello
Charles A. Dinarello, M.D.
Professor, Medicine and Immunology
University of Colorado
Division of Infectious Diseases
12700 E. 19th Avenue Box B168
Aurora, CO 80045
Talk title:  Reducing Inflammation by Blocking Interleukin-1


Charles A. Dinarello is Professor of Medicine and Immunology at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, and Professor of Experimental Medicine at Radboud University in the Netherlands. Professor Dinarello received his medical degree from Yale University and clinical training at Massachusetts General Hospital.

Dr. Dinarello was selected as the recipient of Eicosanoid Research Foundation’s Lifetime Achievement Award for his outstanding and tireless contributions to the field of chemical mediators in medicine and his work on identifying the Interleukin 1–Prostaglandin fever
circuit. This system we have come to know as the first example in the complex cytokinebioactive lipid network.


Previous Awardees:

12th International Bioactive Lipids Conference

Seattle, Washington – September 18 – 21, 2011

Raphael Mechoulam, M.D.
Chemistry Biology of cannabinoids and endocannabinoids
Faculty of Medicine, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Kerem, Jerusalem, Israel

11th International Bioactive Lipids Conference

Cancun, Mexico – October 25 – 28, 2009

K. Frank Austen, Ph.D.
Roles of Leukorienes, formerly known as SRS-A, in asthma and pulmonary disease
Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, MA

10th International Bioactive Lipids Conference

Montreal, Canada - September 16-19, 2007

John A. Oates, M.D.
Elucidation of the metabolism and biosyntheses of eicosanoids and development of new approaches to quantifying their production in humans
Vanderbilt Univeristy School of Medicine, Nashville, TN