The UEG Week Award for emerging scientists

6-8 emerging clinical scientists receive their Rising Star Award at UEG Week.
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Honouring outstanding individuals

The Lifetime Achievement Award recognises  individualswho have made fundamental contributions to gastroenterology. 
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Lifet

€ 1,000 travel grant, free access to UEG Week for gastroenterologists under 40 from economically disadvantaged countries.

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Up to € 750 Travel Grant for the best 510 abstracts

€100,000 for excellence in research

Research Prize awardee 2019 is Silvio Danese. His main research area of interest is the IBD field.
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Awards

€ 50,000 grant for a researcher

Research Fellow 2019 Michał Żorniak spends 12 month at a renowned European prinicpal investigator.
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Visiting Fellowship for Researcher

€ 1,250 grant for fellows below 40 to spend two weeks at a renowned European training centre.

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We award € 10,000 to each of the top 5 abstracts submitted to UEG Week 

Best UEG Journal article

This year’s award goes to Joaquín Cubiella for the best original article published in the UEG Journal last year.

Recognition for the best abstract from each country, presented by a colleague below the age of 35.

Get funds for educational projects

UEG's efforts to advance and harmonise the training and the continued education of professionals.
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€ 10,000 for pan-European consortium forming initiatives in the exploratory (pre-stage-I) phase of applications.

How can UEG support your career?

Navigate through all career opportunities UEG offers for young specialists.

Recognises the best presenter in each Abstract-based Session and each Posters in the Spotlight session at UEG Week.

Oral Free Paper Prizes

Free entry to the Postgraduate Teaching Programme of the up-coming UEG Week for the best daily posters at UEG Week