Bengt Robertson Award at the 5th Congress of joint European Neonatal Societies (jENS 2023)
For research concerning the neonatal lung
We look forward to receiving your application for the Bengt Robertson Award concerning the neonatal lung at jENS 2023. Applications are now open!
- Abstracts must be on research concerning the neonatal lung;
- The content of the abstract must be original work;
- The applicant must be an ESPR member or intending to become one;
- 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; applicants >36 years of age, for example due to maternity leave, serious illness or differences in the timeline of their degree, will be considered on an individual bases if content of the abstract relates to work from a primary postgraduate degree (MD/PhD), completed within 2 years of application for the Bengt Robertson Award;
- 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.
- Scientific content;
- Structure of the abstract.
How to apply
You can apply for the award by selecting the 'Bengt Robertson Award' box during the online abstract submission process for jENS 2023.
- EUR 3,000; complimentary registration to the 2024 ESPR Annual Meeting: the European Academy of Paediatric Societies Congress (EAPS 2024) in Vienna, Austria.
- The winner will present his/her abstract during the designated Bengt Robertson Award session, and will receive a certificate confirming his/her prize.
Meet the Awardee of the Bengt Robertson Award 2022
We would like to wholeheartedly congratulate the awardee of the Bengt Robertson Award 2022:
The ESPR is proud of the achievements of our awardees 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.