Deadline to apply:
17 February 2019
The EFLM Cardiac Marker Award sponsored by HyTest is granted to a young scientist for remarkable scientific work in the field of cardiovascular diseases. EFLM is very pleased of the collaboration with HyTest for this award, through which we intend to achieve wider recognition of the importance of high quality research in the field of cardiac markers among laboratory professionals in Europe.
The Award is given to the best published paper, as judged by an independent panel of experts, which demonstrates a remarkable scientific work in the field of cardiovascular diseases. Articles must have been published or accepted for publication between 1 January 2018 and 17 February 2019 and must be published in English in a peer-reviewed scientific journal.
The applicant must fulfill the following criteria:
First or last author of the paper and a member of an EFLM National Society;
Age ≤ 40 years at the time when the paper was published.
The EFLM Cardiac Marker Award sponsored by HyTest is awarded biannually. The award will be presented at the 23rd IFCC-EFLM EuroMedLab Congress to be held in Barcelona (SP) from 19 to 23 May 2019.
The selected scientist will receive an award of € 5.000 and the costs for attending the EuroMedLab Congress (economy class travel, reasonable accommodation and the congress registration fee). The Award will be presented to the first author, who is responsible for division of the award among his/her co-authors.
Applications must be submitted by first or last author of the paper and must be accompanied by:
Reprint of the publication or (in the case of publications in press), a manuscript copy and a copy of the journal Editor’s letter indicating the final acceptance for publication;
Short CV of the submitting author;
Document proving membership to an EFLM Society;
Document proving the age:
Statement signed by all authors of the publication consenting to submission of the paper for the Award and accepting the conditions of entry.
For any further information please contact the EFLM Office at firstname.lastname@example.org