ESPR Young Investigator Awards

ESPR Young Investigator Awards at jENS 2019

At the joint European Neonatal Societies Congress (jENS 2019) in Maastricht, two ESPR awards will be given out to young researchers: a) the Young Investigator Awards and b) the Bengt Robertson Award for Research of the Neonatal Lung.

  • ESPR Young Investigator Awards 2019

    Requirements:

    • Applicants must be ESPR members;
    • Applicants must be under 36 years of age. A copy of your ID indicating the date of birth is to be submitted along with the CV (one-page);
    • The content of the abstract must represent original work and cannot be presented and/or published previously.
    • The name of the presenting author MUST match the name of the applicant.


    Selected finalists will be informed in advance and have to confirm their attendance of the congress.

    Evaluation criteria:

    • Scientific content;
    • Structure of the abstract;
    • Presentation skills;
    • Ability to defend the paper/results during question time from the audience onsite during the session.


    Prices will be awarded at the discretion of the committee following onsite presentations. The decisions made are final. Winners will be announced during the jENS 2019 closing ceremony and will be presented with a certificate.

    Prices:


    Submit you abstract today
    and indicate that you would like to participate in the grant application.

  • Bengt Robertson Award for Research of the Neonatal Lung 2019

    The awardee will present their abstract during the designated Bengt Robertson Award session and receive a certificate confirming their price.

    Requirements:

    • Abstracts must be on research concerning the neonatal lung;
    • The content of the abstract must be original work;
    • Applicants must be ESPR members;
    • Presenting authors must be under 36 years of age. A copy of your ID indicating the date of birth is to be submitted along with the CV (one-page);
    • The name of an ESPR member supporting the application is required;
    • The name of the presenting author MUST match the name of the applicant.


    The awardee will be informed in advance and has to confirm his/her attendance of the congress.

    Evaluation criteria:

    • Scientific content;
    • Structure of the abstract.


    Price:

    • EUR 3,000; complimentary registration to the next ESPR Annual Meeting including accommodation and coverage of travel expenses.


    Submit you abstact today
    and indicate that you would like to participate in the grant application.

 

ESPR Young Investigator Awards at EAPS 2018

The ESPR would like to congratulate the 2018 awardees of the Young Investigator Awards, the Cure & Care Awards and the Bengt Robertson Award at the European Academy of Paediatric Societies (EAPS 2018) Congress in Paris:

The ESPR is proud of the achievements of these bright, young minds and we are certain they will provide further, significant contributions in the field of Paediatric reserach to improve the lives of infants, children and adolescends.

Young investigators represent the future of Paediatric research and the ESPR offers many benefits to its junior members. These include dedicated grants, special membership rates, a mentoring programme and the possibility to come up with own initiatives.

Contact the ESPR secretariat at office@espr.eu if you would like to find out more about opportunities for young investigators within the ESPR.

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