National Scholar Award

This application is freely available for all myUEG Young GI Associates

Recognition for promising junior level researchers

With this award we identify and nurture promising investigators at a junior level. Among all abstracts accepted for presentation at UEG Week, the highest scoring abstracts per country are chosen. 

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National Scholars 2023

Target group
Benefits
  • National Scholar awardees are highlighted in the online programme of UEG Week 2023.
  • National Scholar awardees will receive a guaranteed Travel grant to UEG Week 2023.

Awardees 2022

Jinwoo Ahn, Korea
Afnan AL Doghmi, Hungary
Rhita Alaoui mdaghri, Morocco
Khellaf Amalou, Algeria
Marina Amorim Lopes, Brazil
Linda Anarkulova, Latvia
Oguz Kagan Bakkaloglu, Turkey
Lorenz Balcar, Austria
David Beaton, United Kingdom
Helen Burton Murray, United States
André Cardador, Portugal
Suzanne Cauchi, Malta
Alejandro Chávez Santiago, Mexico
Bernard El Khoury, Lebanon
Mohamed Elzallat, Egypt
Mitsuru Esaki, Japan
Gulnoza Goyibova, Uzbekistan
Sunil Gupta, Australia
Reza Hadi, Iran
Noman Haleem, Norway
Adelina Horhat, Romania
Jóhann Hreinsson, Sweden
Jana Jarosova, Czech Republic
Kawsar Kaboub, Israel
Rinkalben Kakadiya, India

Jinwoo Ahn, Korea
Benediktas Kurlinkus, ithuania
Ho Shing Louis Lau, China
Kim Wei Lim, Singapore
Peter Liptak, Slovakia
Paola López-Marte, Puerto Rico
Gorm Madsen, Denmark
Giovanni Marasco, Italy
Vladimir Milivojević, Serbia
Carmen Mota Reyes, Germany
Piotr Nehring, Poland
Juan Ignacio Olmos, Argentina
Kasper Overbeek, Netherlands
Apostolis Papaefthymiou, Greece
Anna Pocurull Aparicio, Spain
Anja Radovan, Croatia
Phalat Sathirawich, Thailand
Eileen Shannon, Ireland
Pieter Sinonquel, Belgium
Akhilesh Swaminathan, New Zealand
Juha Taavela, Finland
Fabienne Teysseire, Switzerland
Anastasia Turkina, Russian Federation
Panu Wetwittayakhlang, Canada
Fatma Zine El Abidine, Tunisia

Contact
Programme & Education Management
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