EAS provides younger, upcoming researchers a prestigious platform from which to launch or progress their international careers. A strong contingent of senior scientists is engaged to interact with and mentor the next generation, in the popular and well attended Science at a Glance sessions. This interaction is a source of great inspiration and encouragement, and will ultimately strengthen research in the field.
Young Investigator Awards for outstanding publications – Open for nomination between the end of December 2019 and the beginning of February 2020
These annual EAS prizes for young scientists are intended to recognize distinction shown by publications that contribute to the advancement of knowledge in the field of atherosclerosis and linked metabolic disturbances.
There are two prizes of € 2000 each. The Awards will be presented at the EAS 2020 Geneva Opening Ceremony.
Young Investigator Fellowships – application closed on December 10, 2019
As a measure of the Society’s commitment to support the career development of young scientists, EAS offers Young Investigator Fellowships to selected abstract and oral communication presenters aged 35 or under on a competitive basis. Application open September 18 – December 10, 2019.Read more about Young Investigator Fellowships
Travel grants to EAS Congress – application closed on December 10, 2019
These grants are awarded to selected presenters of poster or oral communications who live and work in countries where funding for travel to international meetings is difficult to obtain.
Application open September 18 – December 10, 2019.