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Young Investigator Awards


Young Investigator Award Session (YIA)

A session dedicated to Young Investigators Award will be chaired by senior faculty members and by the winners from previous congresses.

Finalists will present their research in oral YIA sessions, moderated by two chairpersons and a panel of experts to judge the presentations and determine the winners.

Young Investigator Finalists will benefit from free registration for the congress.


  • Your abstract(s) must be submitted under the option “Young Investigator Award”
  • The first author/presenter must be 35 years old or less 
  • Your abstract must be accepted for presentation in the YIA Session at EuroPRevent

Congratulations to our 2017 Winners!

dwiputra-bambang-2017.jpgBambang Dwiputra - Exercise, Basic & Translational Research

Resistance training decreases PCSK9 levels in patients who undergo phase II cardiac rehabilitation after coronary artery bypass grafting: a randomized study


sanz-maria-2017.jpgMaria Sanz - Sports Cardiology

Pulmonary transit of agitated saline is related to improved cardiac performance during exercise in highly-trained endurance athletes


zhao-min-2017.jpgMin Zhao - Prevention, Epidemiology & Population Science

Sex differences in risk factor control and management for secondary prevention of coronary heart disease across three regions: an analysis from SURF data


brouwers-rutger-2017.jpgRutger Brouwers - Cardiac Rahabilitation

A retrospective analysis of factors influencing the uptake of cardiac telerehabilitation in patients with coronary artery disease.