We would like to announce a call for nominations for one new Board member.
All ESOT/ELITA affiliates are welcome to send nominations for this position. You may nominate yourself or a colleague. The new ELITA Board Member will hold office for 4 years (2021-2025).
Considering the current composition of the Board and with the objective of achieving a more appropriate balance of representation, applications from female professionals will be given preferential consideration.
ELITA provides a forum for those working in the field of liver and intestinal transplantation to exchange scientific information and views related primarily to providing the best service for patients in Europe requiring liver transplantation. Thus science, training, organ sharing and distribution, co-operative research projects, especially of clinical nature and the European Liver Transplant Registry would be of concern.
How to apply for the ELITA Board position
If you wish to apply for a position, please send the following materials to Anne Dissing (firstname.lastname@example.org) no later than 20 May 2021.
- A short CV;
- A recent picture (size: min. 200×200 px; recommended format: .png);
- A statement on your commitment to the Section and how you plan to contribute to its activities and mission. The statement shall be max. 300 words long;
- Two letters of nomination by ELITA affiliates.
Election of the new Board member is ratified at the ELITA Assembly.
Please note that you need to be an ESOT Member in good standing, with ELITA 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 ELITA. Check here.
If you have any doubts about your affiliation or any other inquiries, please do not hesitate to contact Anne Dissing (email@example.com).
Voting will take place online after nominations are collected.
The ELITA 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.