The ESCEO-IOF Young Investigator Awards are given to young investigators for their contributions in the field of bone and mineral research.
Twenty awards of 1000€ each will be distributed at the WCO-IOF-ESCEO Annual Meeting.
- To be born after January 1, 1980
- To be co-author of at least two abstracts submitted to the WCO-IOF-ESCEO 2021 Congress
- To be scanned by the hostesses on Sunday morning at the registration area at Hilton London Metropole Hotel.
- The application should be completed before June 15, 2021.
- Abstracts can be submitted until May 26, 2021 on https://www.wco-iof-esceo.org/abstracts
- Application will not be validated if a copy of the two (or more) submitted abstract and a copy of the passport/ID Card are not provided.
- Recipients will be selected based on their abstracts by the ESCEO Scientific Advisory Board during the last week of June and notice will be provided no later than the first week of July, 2021.
Thank you very much for your active participation and look forward to welcoming you in London
The WCO-IOF-ESCEO Congress 2021 is tremendously proud to announce you that AgNovos Healthcare will support the Young Investigator Awards.
- The value of each award will be 2.000 euros.
- To be born after January 1st, 1981.
- To attend the WCO-IOF-ESCEO Congress 2021
- To submit an abstract related to bone strength, bone quality, falls risk, primary or secondary fracture prevention, multi-disciplinary post-fracture care or imaging techniques of the proximal femur, through the official website (https://www.wco-iof-esceo.org/) and, before the deadline of May 26, 2021.
- Recipients must have their badge scanned on Sunday August 29, 2021 morning at the registration desk at Hilton London Metropole Hotel.
- The applicant to the ESCEO-AgNovos Healthcare Young Investigator Awards must use the following link and fill in the online application form.
- Awards recipients must be the first or presenting author of the abstract.
Abstracts can be submitted until May 26, 2021 on https://www.wco-iof-esceo.org/abstracts
All applications must be sent before May 26, 2021
Recipients will be selected based on their abstracts by the ESCEO Scientific Advisory Board during the first week of June and notice will be provided no later than June 20, 2021.
Failure to have the badge scanned on Sunday August 29, 2021 morning at the registration desk at the Hilton London Metropole Hotel will result in the cancellation of the Scholarship (no exception will be granted).
Applications will only be validated after the reception of a confirmation email from the Congress secretariat (no exception will be granted).
We thank you very much for your active participation and look forward to welcoming you in London.
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