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As part of its commitment to advancing education and research in transplantation and to reward excellence, ESOT offers an Awards Programme. A variety of awards are available at the biennial ESOT Congress, at ESOT courses, and at meetings organised by the ESOT Sections and Committees.

All award recipients are required to be ESOT members in good standing with up-to-date fee payments.

ESOT Congress AWARDS & BURSARIES

To recognise incredible work, research and collaboration in our dynamic field, a number of awards and bursaries are available before and during the ESOT Congress.

ESOT Leonardo Da Vinci Transplant Research Innovation Award

The Leonardo Da Vinci Transplant Research Innovation Award is the most prestigious scientific award at the ESOT Congress, stimulating an unprecedented and innovative approach to research. There are two winners of this award; one for clinical research and one for basic or translational science.

Prior to the congress, eight outstanding contributions are selected from all of the scientific abstracts submitted to the meeting; four of which represented to clinical research and four dedicated to basic or translational science. The lead authors of all eight submissions will receive free registration to the congress.

After abstract presentations, held on Monday during plenary session, winners will be selected after joint votes of jury and ESOT Congress 2021 delegates voting via app.

During the Closing Plenary, one winner from each category will be announced and presented the award, as well as a 10,000 EUR financial prize and an invitation to submit a peer reviewed article in Transplant International.

ESOT Congress 2021 Awardees:

Nicola De Stefano

Extracellular vesicles from human liver stem cells reduce injury in a model of normothermic perfusion of rat ischemic livers


Marc Raynaud

Dynamic prediction of kidney-graft survival with artificial intelligence: an international study of deep cohorts of kidney recipients

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Stronger Together PRO Award

This award is presented to the group of abstract submitted by a single organisation with the best average score. The winning institution will receive a 5,000 EUR prize.

ESOT Congress 2021 Awardee:

Paris Translational Research Centre for Organ Transplantation

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ESOT-SITO Award

The best three abstracts submitted by young professionals (under 35 years old) from an Italian institution will be granted free registration to the congress.
Submitters must be an active member of SITO (with a good standing of membership upon the abstract submission deadline) to be eligible.

ESOT Congress 2021 Awardees:

Elisabetta Bussalino 
Sara Maritato
Jacopo Lanari

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ESOT-IPTA Joint Paediatric Award

Candidates must submit an abstract on paediatric transplantation for ESOT Congress and declare that the abstract being submitted is for the award. Abstracts can be either on clinical innovation or the advancement of scientific research and must be of original work and outstanding quality.

The award will be presented to the abstract with the highest marked cumulative score from all reviewers. The receiver of the award must be the main presenter and attend the ESOT Congress that year.

There are no age restrictions to apply and the candidate will receive a certificate of achievement along with a prize of €500.

The successful candidate will also be invited to submit his/her work at Transplant International, as per the journal guidelines.

A similar joint IPTA/ESOT award will be awarded at the IPTA Congress that takes place every two years.

ESOT Congress 2021 Awardee:

Reshma Rana Magar

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ESOT Full Bursary

Twenty grants will be given to young clinicians or scientists (under 35 years old), who have submitted the best twenty abstracts to the congress.

Recipients will receive free registration to the congress, a 500 EUR travel grant and an ESOT membership for 2022.

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ESOT Registration Bursary

In addition to the ESOT Full Bursary, another twenty grants will be given to young clinicians or scientists (under 35 years old), who have submitted the next best twenty abstracts to the congress.

Recipients will receive free registration to the congress, as well as an ESOT membership for 2022.

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ECP* Immunomodulation Award in Solid Organ Transplantation

ECP* Immunomodulation Award in Solid Organ Transplantation – supported by Mallinckrodt
ESOT is thrilled to announce a new and prestigious research award: the ECP* Immunomodulation Award in Organ Transplantation.

2021 Awardee:

Johanne Hjort Baatrup

 

*Extracorporeal Photopheresis

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ESOT AWARDS

The Sir Peter Morris Award

This award will be given to the group of participants at ACADEMIA Course for the best systematic review abstract.

The Henrik Ekberg Award

This award will be given to the participant performing the Best presentation at ACADEMIA Course.

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