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Young Fellows of EAS Programme



The Young Fellows of EAS Programme is a new educational activity, where our brightest young members from all over Europe will, over the course of two meetings, gain a broad and deep understanding of the disease’s many aspects and contributing factors.

Participation in the Programme is by invitation only for participants selected for their scientific excellence from a pool of candidates nominated by senior Society members. Nominated candidates should be early in their career, but should have made some progress in basic or clinical research, with at least one publication. A firm commitment to follow a career in the field of atherosclerosis and related disease is required.

The Programme takes place over two meetings, each 2,5 days.
Kindly note that, once accepted on the programme, participants are expected to take part in both meetings.

General description and programme

The Young Fellows of EAS programme is designed to give a sound understanding of atherosclerosis – in four Modules covering: “Advances and controversies in lipid and lipoprotein metabolism”; “Why do humans develop atherosclerosis”; “Diagnosing atherosclerosis”; and “Preventing and treating atherosclerosis”. The participants will meet on two occasions to present and discuss, to challenge and question, and to deepen their learning through interaction with faculty and fellow participants.

The Preliminary Programme is available.

Programme dates

Meeting 1: December 03-05, 2019
Meeting 2 will take place in Q2, 2020 (exact dates to be confirmed)

Programme location

Meeting 1: CeMM Research Center for Molecular Medicine of the Austrian Academy of Sciences,  Vienna, Austria
Meeting 2: The location is still to be confirmed - see above information.

Programme developed by

Lale Tokgözoglu, EAS President, Ankara, Turkey
Christoph Binder, EAS Executive Committee, Vienna, Austria
Jan Borén, EAS Vice President, Gothenburg, Sweden

Invited Faculty

Meeting 1:

  • Martin Bennett, Cambridge, United Kingdom
  • Christoph Binder, Vienna, Austria
  • Jan Borén, Gothenburg, Sweden
  • John Chapman, Paris, France
  • Ruth Frikke-Schmidt, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Florian Kronenberg, Innsbruck, Austria
  • Eicke Latz, Bonn, Germany
  • Ziad Mallat, Cambridge, United Kingdom
  • Kathryn Moore, New York, United States
  • Børge Nordestgaard, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Rosie Perkins, Gothenburg, Sweden
  • Kausik Ray, London, United Kingdom
  • Ira Tabas, New York, United States
  • Arnold von Eckardstein, Zurich, Switzerland
  • Kenneth Walsh, Charlottesville, United States
  • Laurent Yvan-Charvet, France

Invited Faculty for meeting 2 is to be confirmed

Participation fee

Participation in the Programme is by invitation only for participants selected for their scientific excellence and motivation from a pool of candidates nominated by senior Society members.

The is no registration fee - the Young Fellows of EAS Programme is complimentary for selected participants. However, selected participants are expected to commit to taking part in both meetings.

What will be provided?

EAS will provide the following:

  • Single room accommodation for 2 nights incl. breakfast. 
    N.B. Participants are expected to arrive in the afternoon / evening and to check-out
    before 12.00 hrs on the last course day.
    Additional nights' accommodation are at the participant's own cost.
  • Coffee breaks, lunches and dinners are complimentary on the course dates
    (as described in the detailed programme to come).

Travel arrangements

Delegates are expected to make their own travel arrangements.

EAS Membership

Applying and attending the Young Fellows of EAS Programme requires an active individual EAS Membership. Read more about EAS membership >>

Nominee application deadline extended, click here to submit

If you have been nominated by a senior member of the Society, you should complete the application form. You will need to include your short CV, your short publication list and a letter of motivation.

The nominee application deadline (February 22) - Now extended to March 01, 2019. 

After the deadline, the EAS Executive Committee will review all the applications we have received and select the persons to be invited based on the applicants' scientific merit and motivation.

We will notify nominees on whether their application to attend has been accepted during May 2019.

Queries

You are welcome to contact the EAS Office for further information at office@eas-society.org

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