National Scholarship Awards

Funding 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. 

 

National Scholar Awardee 2019

Awardees 2020

Adil Ait errami, Morocco
Ayman Bannaga, United Kingdom
Olena Barabanchyk, Ukraine
Ashique Ahmed Bhuiyan, Bangladesh
Lotte Boxhoorn, Netherlands
Hussam Bukhari, Canada
Stefania Bunduc, Romania
Pedro Costa-Moreira, Portugal
Jesus Eduardo Cuellar Monterrubio, Mexico
Hang Dao,Vietnam
Volkan Gorgulu, Turkey
Meike Hohwieler, Germany
Ivana Ilic, Serbia
Nune Karapetyan, Armenia
Talal Khurshid, Pakistan
Diliara Khusnutdinova, Russian Federation
Stefan Konecny, Czech Republic
Peter Lipták, Slovakia
Weixin Liu,China
Marcin Magierowski, Poland
Barbara Majcher, Austria
Hassan Melhem, Switzerland
Linda Mezmale, Latvia

Sayaka Nagao, Japan
Sara Nikolic, Sweden
Apostolis Papaefthymiou, Greece
Daniela Parada Venegas, Chile
Namyoung Park, Republic of Korea
Vytenis Petkevicius, Lithuania
Nikko Theodore Raymundo, Philippines
Kseniya Ruksha, Belarus
Ariadna Sanchez, Spain
Jayendra Seetharaman, India
Serhiy Semenov, Ireland
Mayenaaz Sidhu, Australia
Sanja Stojsavljevic-Shapeski, Croatia
Kangyue Sun, China
Aslam Syed, United States
Nouha Trad, Tunisia
Frederikke Schønfeldt Troelsen, Denmark
Frida van Megen, Norway
Szilárd Váncsa, Hungary
Giuseppe Vanella, Belgium
Timothee Wallenhorst, France
Hung Yuan Yu, Taiwan

Target group
  • We consider abstract presenters 35 years of age or younger.
  • The award is based on National Society affiliation.
Benefits

National Scholarship awardees are highlighted in the online programme of UEG Week Virtual 2020.

Contact
Congress Management
Maresa Wiener
  • M: +43 699 1997 16 05
  • T: +43 1 997 16 39