Awards and Prizes
ISHR-ES Travel Awards 2020
This is a call for applications for ISHR-ES 2020 Congress (Turin) Young Investigator (YI) Travel Awards for ISHR-ES members.
Requirements for the awards
- Each recipient must be a paid member of an ISHR Section by December 31, 2019 or should justify current (i.e. 2020) membership by other means (e.g. proof of bank transfer).
- Recipients must be within eight years of their terminal degree (e.g. PhD, MD or MSc) at the time of the ISHR-ES Congress (30 June - 3 July, 2020).
- Recipients must be the first author and presenter of an abstract submitted to the ISHR-ES 2020 Congress in Turin.
How to apply
Applicants are requested to submit the following to email@example.com by April 1 2020:
- a first-authored abstract that has been submitted to the ISHR-ES 2020 Congress
- your CV
- a letter from your supervisor or department Chair stating that you are eligible
Awards can be used to cover registration, travel and/or accommodation costs.
Travel Award applicants are responsible for submitting their abstracts and registering for the ISHR-ES 2020 Congress through the Congress website.
Travel Grant Award Winners 2019
Each receiving €1,100 to attend the ISHR-WC meeting in Beijing.
|Natalia Méndez Carmona||Switzerland|
|Rio Putra Juni||Netherlands|
|Qasim A Majid||UK|
|Daniel Benak||Czech Republic|
Joint ISHR-ES National Society Award winners
In 2017 the ISHR-ES announced a new Joint ISHR-ES and National Cardiovascular Society Poster Award. Please see Joint Program (pdf) for information.
Please contact ISHR-ES Chair and Secretary if you wish to propose a Joint Poster Award
Joint Award winners 2020
Winners receiving €300 towards travel, free registration and an invitation to present at the ISHR-ES meeting in Turin
ISHR-ES Ketty Schwartz Award
The ISHR-ES Ketty Schwartz Award is awarded annually to a European Researcher who has made a significant scientific contribution to cardiovascular research, and have not previously received an ISHR International award.
ISHR-ES Medal of Merit
The ISHR-ES Medal of Merit is conferred, at the ISHR-ES Annual Meeting, by the Council, on members who have made sustained and outstanding contribution to cardiovascular science.
|2017||Hamburg||Jean-Jacques Mercadier and Gerd Heusch|
|2015||Bordeaux||Fabio Di Lisa|
|2006||Manchester||Edward Carmeliet and Wolfgang Schaper|
|2005||Tromso||Bernard Swynghedauw and Ernesto Carafoli|
|2004||Dresden||Lionel Opie and David Hearse|
|2003||Strasbourg||Jutta Schaper and Ketty Schwartz|