Awards and Prizes

ISHR/Servier Research Fellowship 2019

This fellowship is designed to foster the work of young researchers in the cardiovascular field.

ISHR/Servier Fellowship poster

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 2015 and December 2018 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 2019 ISHR World Congress (June 3-6, 2019, Beijing, China).

ISHR-ES Travel Awards 2018

Travel Grant Award Winners 2018

Each receiving €300 to attend the ISHR-ES meeting in Amsterdam.

Name Country
Alex Riddell UK
Ashay Shah Australia
George Madders UK
Justine Dontaine Belgium
Michael Khetsuriani Ukraine
Nikolaou Panagiota Efstathia Greece
Ronen Ben Jehuda Israel
Yohan Santin France
Savyon Mazgaoker Israel
Torkia Lalem Luxembourg

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

Name Society Country
Kerstin Timm BSCR UK
Saveria Femminó SIRC Italy
Solenne Palva GRRC France
Árpád Kovács HSC Hungary

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.

Year Meeting Award winner
2018 Amsterdam Denise Hilfiker-Kleiner

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.

Year Meeting Medal winner
2018 Amsterdam Sian Harding
2017 Hamburg Jean-Jacques Mercadier and Gerd Heusch
2015 Bordeaux Fabio Di Lisa
2010 Berlin Ursula Ravens
2008 Athens Denis Noble
2007 Bologna Tom Ruigrok
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