November 30, 2017

 

Now open:

Nominations for the Young Investigator Outstanding Publication Award 2017

These annual EAS prizes for young scientists are intended to recognize distinction shown by publications that contribute to the advancement of knowledge in the field of atherosclerosis and linked metabolic disturbances.

The recipient will receive a prize of € 2000 and will present their work at the annual EAS Congress 2018 in Lisbon, Portugal during the "Rising Stars session".

Why not nominate a colleague of yours?
The nomination should be made by an EAS member by February 01, 2018 at the latest.

Read more about the award and the nomination process >>
Nominate a Young Investigator for the award (EAS members only) >>

 

Journal highlights - November issue

In our regular feature, Editor-in-Chief Arnold von Eckardstein highlights interesting articles from recent issues of Atherosclerosis journal.

Associations between biomarkers or risk factors and the presence or incidence of diseases may reflect causality, reverse causality or even innocent bystanders. Likewise, off-target effects of interventions are not only the cause of adverse events but can lead to wanted positive outcomes. The November issue 266 of Atherosclerosis contains several examples of experiments and studies addressing the problem of bystanders and off-target effects.

To the journal highlights November >>
To the November issue of Atherosclerosis >>

EAS 2018 Congress Lisbon, Portugal

Opportunities for Young Investigators

Apply for a Young Investigator Fellowship

EAS supports young scientists in progressing their careers through Young Investigator Fellowships. This important initiative offers early-career scientists the opportunity to take part in the Congress, to learn through presenting their own research, attending the scientific programme, and getting to know others in the field Young Investigator Fellowships will be awarded to selected poster and Science at a Glance presenters aged 35 or under, on a competitive basis.

Application open until December 04, 2017.

Read more about Fellowships and how to apply >>

Register early and save

EAS member fees at the Congress

EAS strive to maintain affordable registration fees so that you can join us every year for our Congress. Take advantage of our Early-registration and member registration offers. Registration costs as little as € 150 (aged under 35) and € 300 (aged over 35) before February 26, 2018. Included in the registration fee is access to all scientific sessions, refreshment breaks, and entrance to the Opening Ceremony and Welcome Reception.

EAS Society member subscription dues are € 40 regular/€ 20 junior scientist. If you are already a Society member and have up-to-date subscription dues, or if you become a Society member before the end of 2017, you will be eligible for member registration rates at EAS 2018 Lisbon.

Read more about the registration fees and register >>
Reasons to attend the Congress >>
EAS membership benefits >>


EAS members

Apply for travel support

EAS members who live and work in countries where funding for travel to international meetings is difficult to obtain can apply for EAS Travel Grants.

Application open until December 04, 2017.

Read more about Travel grants and how to apply >>
EAS membership benefits >>


We look forward to your contribution to EAS 2018,

and to welcoming you to Lisbon!

 
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