Awards and Prizes
ISHR/Servier Research Fellowship 2020
This fellowship is designed to foster the work of young researchers in the cardiovascular field.
What is the ISHR–ES/SERVIER Research Fellowship?
A €30,000 grant is offered by SERVIER in partnership with the European Section of the ISHR to support a cardiovascular research project within a European research group for a period of up to one year.
Who may apply?
Eligibility: Applicants should be 35 years of age or less. Applicants must have received their PhD between December 2016 and December 2019 and be a paid ISHR-ES member at time of application deadline. The planned research project is to be completed within one year and should be presented at the ISHR-ES-2020 Meeting (June 30 – July 3, 2020, Turin, Italy).
How to apply
Please send a single PDF file containing the following information:
- Curriculum vitae
- List of publications
- A description of your research proposal as a one-page summary plus no more than six pages of text
- One letter of support from a supervisor
Email the PDF to Lucie Carrier
Receipt of all applications will be acknowledged.
Deadline for applications
Applications must be received by 20 December 2019.
ISHR-ES Travel Awards 2019
Applications for the 2019 Travel Awards have now closed.
Travel Grant Award Winners 2019
Each receiving €1,100 to attend the ISHR-WC meeting in Beijing.
|Natalia Méndez Carmona||Switzerland|
|Rio Putra Juni||Netherlands|
|Qasim A Majid||UK|
|Daniel Benak||Czech Republic|
Joint ISHR-ES National Society Award winners
In 2017 the ISHR-ES announced a new Joint ISHR-ES and National Cardiovascular Society Poster Award. Please see Joint Program (pdf) for information.
Please contact ISHR-ES Chair and Secretary if you wish to propose a Joint Poster Award
Joint Award winners 2018
Winners receiving €400 towards travel, free registration and an invitation to present at the ISHR-ES meeting in Amsterdam
ISHR-ES Ketty Schwartz Award
The ISHR-ES Ketty Schwartz Award is conferred, at the ISHR-ES Annual Meeting, by the Council, on members for their sustained contributions to the ISHR-ES.
ISHR-ES Medal of Merit
The ISHR-ES Medal of Merit is conferred, at the ISHR-ES Annual Meeting, by the Council, on members who have made sustained and outstanding contribution to cardiovascular science.
|2017||Hamburg||Jean-Jacques Mercadier and Gerd Heusch|
|2015||Bordeaux||Fabio Di Lisa|
|2006||Manchester||Edward Carmeliet and Wolfgang Schaper|
|2005||Tromso||Bernard Swynghedauw and Ernesto Carafoli|
|2004||Dresden||Lionel Opie and David Hearse|
|2003||Strasbourg||Jutta Schaper and Ketty Schwartz|