As part of ESOT’s commitment to advancing education and research in transplantation, the congress awards are awarded to abstract presenters in recognition of their contributions. All award recipients are required to be ESOT members for 2019.
Supported by BIOTEST
Five outstanding contributions are selected from all submitted abstracts by the Scientific Program Committee, based on the overall referees’ score. The award is presented during the ‘Transplant Research Challenge’ session on Monday, September 16 from 11:10 to 12:40. During this session, the audience together with a jury of top journal editors selects the winner and two runners-up.
The award recipient receives EUR 10 000 and the two runners-up receive EUR 2 500 each.
The awards recognise ten young clinicians or scientists (under 35 years of age), who submit the ten best abstracts for the ESOT2019 Congress in Copenhagen. The first author/presenter is the recipient of the award on the basis of the quality of the contribution to donation or transplantation and the best abstract score. The award recipients are celebrated during the congress sessions they present at.
Each award recipient receives EUR 1 500.
Supported by European Transplant National Societies
The award recognises the single Transplant Centre/Unit/Institution/Hospital submitting the largest number of abstracts (minimum 5). The Award is selected by the Scientific Program Committee of the ESOT2019 Congress in Copenhagen and the award recipient is notified by email shortly after the close of the abstract submission. The award recipient is celebrated in the ESOT Village during the morning break on Monday, 16th September.
The award recipient receives EUR 2 500.
The award recognises the Transplant Centre/Unit/Institution/
The award recipient receives EUR 5 000.
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