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2017 EHRA Inventors Award's call for application is now closed.
2016 Winner : Professor G. André Ng
With the great success of the First and Second editions of the EHRA Inventors Award, EHRA is running for the third year consecutive year the Award. The award is addressed to clinicians and scientists working in the field of Arrhythmia and Electrophysiology. The invention should relate to the field of EP and tackle a novel approach, which may include software, hardware, drugs etc. It could be at an early stage (basic research, feasibility study, development of technology) or in a later stage (system development).
The invention should be submitted with a provisional patent (It can't commercially available yet) to the EHRA Innovation Committee members, who have signed a non-disclosure agreements.
The best 3 applicants will be chosen based on the selection criteria and quality of the written applications and will be invited to present their proposal during an Innovation Session at EHRA - EUROPACE - CARDIOSTIM 2017 ( Vienna, Austria). The 3 applicants will have to defend their invention and the highest combined scores for the written proposal and the oral presentation will define the winner.
This year, the winner and first runner up will receive a grant of 3.000 Euros and 2.000 Euros respectively to be used for further development of the invention or for a course in entrepreneurship.
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The EHRA Innovation Committee will review applications and provide all support needed to meet the award's objective. Should you have any concern please log in to the LinkedIn dedicated page.
Prior to application, candidates should read carefully the Rules for the 2017 EHRA Inventors Award.
Please contact us to request your electronic application form. Important: Please provide your contact details (Names, titles, main adress with country, telephone number) when requesting your application form. Incomplete requests may prolong the whole process.
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