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With this award, the ESC Council for Basic Cardiovascular Science (CBCS) honours two basic researchers with outstanding accomplishments in the early stage of their career. The award is given at the Basic Science Poster Reception during the ESC Congress. Each awardee receives a monetary prize of 3,000 Euros and an honorary plaque.
Applications now are closed. Results will be announced mid-July.
*ESC Working Groups of the Council on Basic Cardiovascular Science:
Candidates can only apply via the online application form.
Before completing the online application form, prepare your pdf application file as you will have to attach it to your online application form.At the time of application, formal eligibility criteria will be checked. If you are not eligible, the Outstanding Achievement Award application form will not be visible.
The pdf application file you will attach to your e-form should consist of a bio-sketch of:
NB: All details, including the cover letter, should be provided in ONE pdf you will attach to your online application form.
Candidates must attend ESC Congress to receive their Award and confirm this commitment in their application; partial exemption of the Congress fee will be offered to allow Awardees to receive their award.
The selection committee will consist of members of the CBCS.
Applicants are typically notified of the outcome by mid-July.
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