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BSC Call for Nominations

April 19, 2021 | Basic science | General

We would like to announce a call for nominations for two new Board members.

All ESOT/Basic Science Committee affiliates are eligible to submit their application for the positions.

Applications from PhDs with some years of postdoc experience and researchers with a strong basic science background will be given preferential consideration. The Board reserves the right to shortlist candidates on the basis of their speciality.

The Basic Science Committee promotes scientific issues and transplantation research within ESOT. An active basic science community, and an efficient translation of innovation into the clinic, are crucial for the future of transplantation medicine.

How to apply for a Basic Science Committee Board position

If you wish to actively participate in the Board activities and apply for a position, please send the following materials to Anne Dissing (anne.dissing@esot.orgno later than 20 May 2021.

  • A short CV;
  • A recent picture (size: min. 200×200 px; recommended format: .png);
  • A motivational letter, max. 300 words long, in which you are invited to propose what you could add to the current board composition (special knowledge, network, …) as well as innovative ideas.

The new Board members will take office at the ESOT Congress 2021 for a term of four years.

Please note that you need to be an ESOT member in good standing, with Basic Science Committee affiliation in order to participate in the elections – both as a candidate and as a voter.

Therefore, we kindly ask to make sure that you are in good standing with your 2021 ESOT membership and that you are formally affiliated with Basic Science Committee. Check here.

If you have any doubts about your affiliation or any other inquiries, please do not hesitate to contact Anne Dissing (anne.dissing@esot.org).

The Board is strongly committed to principles of diversity and inclusion and promotes balance in geographic and professional representation. Members of traditionally underrepresented groups are particularly encouraged to apply.