National Scholarship Awards

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 Scholar Awardee 2019

Awardees 2021

Dimah Alaskar, Saudi Arabia
Joost Algera, Sweden
Ivan David Arciniegas Sanmartin, Brazil
Cristina Bayó, Spain
fatma Ben Farhat, Tunisia
Alica Katrin Beutel, Germany
Stefania Bunduc, Romania
Ka Shing Cheung, Hong Kong
Pedro Currais, Portugal
Hang Dao, Vietnam
Bozena Delija, Croatia
Omar Elshaarawy, Iran
Alessandro Fugazza, Italy
Ertugrul Giray Guven, Bulgaria
Sylke Haal, Netherlands
Lukas Hartl, Austria
Ruta Inciuraite, Lithuania
Tanay Kaymak, Switzerland
Sanshiro Kobayashi, Japan
Tristan Paulo Madrigal, Philippines
Marcin Magierowski, Poland
Sonam Mathur, India
Maya Olaisen, Norway

Ivana Pantic, Serbia
Viachaslau Pryshchepenka, Belarus
Andrea Carolina Quiroga Centeno, Colombia
Zuzana Rabekova, Czech Republic
Hareem Rehman, Pakistan
Anastasiia Rozhdestvenska, Ukraine
Melissa Schmidt, United Kingdom
Randa Mohamed Seddik, Egypt
Mathilde Simonnot, France
Jessica S Smyth, Ireland
Katya Sosnovski, Israel
Christos Sotiropoulos, Greece
Chin Kimg Tan, Singapore
Angel Daniel Trujillo Leija, Mexico
Karen Van den Houte, Belgium
Arpad Varga, Hungary
Andrea Vella Baldacchino, Malta
Daniel Ward, Denmark
Haotian Yang, Australia
Arda Yavuz, Turkey
Xu Youming, China
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 2021.
  • National Scholarship awardees will receive free UEG Week Virtual 2021 registration.
Contact
Programme & Education Management
Maresa Wiener
  • M: +43 699 1997 16 05
  • T: +43 1 997 16 39