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Council on Hypertension Grants for ESC Congress

ESC Council on Hypertension

The European Society of Cardiology (ESC) supports the future of cardiovascular medicine. Each year the ESC provides €2 million in grants, fellowships, and scholarships.

The Council on Hypertension is pleased to be able to support young healthcare professionals by providing 10 travel grants for ESC Congress 2020. Deadline to apply: 21 June 2020

Rules for Council on Hypertension Travel Grants to ESC Congress 2020

  • You have at least one abstract accepted in the topic of Hypertension at ESC Congress 2020.
  • You are under 40 years of age.
  • You are a member of the Council on Hypertension
  • Each grant amounts to €500
  • The number of grants is limited to ten.

How to Apply

After receiving confirmation that your hypertension abstract to ESC Congress 2020 has been accepted, you must complete an online application form to apply for the travel grant before 21June 2020. - Applications are now closed and will open once the abstract results are announced

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The Awardees - 2019

The Council on Hypertension congratulates the sucessful applicants:

First Name Last Name Country of Work
Palash Chandra Banik Bangladesh
Minghui Bao China
Irina Cabac-Pogorevici Moldova (Republic of)
Francisco Jose Chacon-Lozsan Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of)
Bamba Gaye France
Mi-Hyang Jung Korea (Republic of)
Dan Lane United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Francesca Saladini Italy
Ruxandra Irina Sava United States of America
Olena Torbas Ukraine


Selection criteria

The Council on Hypertension adopts the following criteria for the grading of travel grants:

  • Top Abstract accepted with hypertension as primary topic (first 3 best Abstracts -> 3 points, 4-7 best Abstracts  -> 2 points, >7 best Abstracts -> 1 point)
  • Country of origin (low income countries -> 3 points).
  • Those who have not received a grant the last year will have higher priority than those who recently have received a grant.

Personal Data Privacy

The information collected is subject to data processing to record, evaluate and track your application.

The recipients of the data are ESC Staff who process the forms as well as the staff in charge of paying the award monies.

Data collected will be kept for one year.

These data will be stored in Salesforce.

In accordance with the chapter 3 of the European Regulation 2016/679 with regards to data protection, you have the right to request from ESC, access to and rectification or erasure of your personal data or restriction of processing concerning your data or to object to processing as well as the right to data portability.

For such, please contact (together with a proof of identity) :

Data Privacy
European Society of Cardiology
Les Templiers
2035 Route des Colles
CS 80179 Biot

Or by email

You have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority, and for information, ESC has appointed a Data Protection Officer.