Best Abstract Prizes 2021

Recognition for promising researchers

With this award we identify and nurture promising science. Among all abstracts accepted for presentation at UEG Week Virtual 2021, the three highest scoring abstracts per main abstract topic are chosen. Recognition will be given to the presenting author.


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Awardees 2021

Khellaf Amalou, Algeria
Sergey Bakcharev, Russia
Herbert L. Bonkovsky, United States
Michela Campolo, Italy
Maxime Coriou, Switzerland
Pedro Currais, Portugal
Ottavia De Simoni, Italy
Iris Dotan, Israel
Hadar Edelman-Klapper, Israel
Ciara M Fallon, Ireland
Salma Fourati, France
Alessandro Fugazza, Italy
Paraskevas Gkolfakis, Belgium
Sylke Haal, Netherlands
Nora D Hallensleben, Netherlands
Lukas Hartl, Austria
Maud Heredia, Netherlands
Rastislav Hustak, Czech Republic

Julio Iglesias-Garcia, Spain
Shin Kato, Japan
Sanshiro Kobayashi, Japan
James O Lindsay, United Kingdom
Alfredo J Lucendo, Spain
Giovanni Marasco, Italy
Isabel Martin, United Kingdom
Olga Perez Nyssen, Spain
Melissa Schmidt United Kingdom
Markus Schneider, Germany
Weixi Shan, China
Christian Shaw, United Kingdom
Kevin Talboom, Netherlands
Fabienne Teysseire, Switzerland
Willemieke G van Braak, Netherlands
Raul Velamazan Sandalinas, Spain
Sean Walsh, United Kingdom
Xiaoyong Wang, China

Target group
  • We consider all accepted abstracts without limitations.
  • The prize will be awarded on the basis of scientific merit using the evaluation process of the Scientific Committee.
  • No age limit.
Benefits
  • Best Abstract Prize awardees are highlighted in the online programme of UEG Week Virtual 2021.
  • Best Abstract Prize awardees will be published on our website.
  • Best Abstract Prize awardees will receive free UEG Week Virtual 2021 registration.
Contact
Programme & Education Management
Maresa Wiener
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