Top Abstract Prize
Every year we award prizes of € 10,000 to each of the top 5 abstracts submitted to UEG Week.
All abstracts will be considered for prizes provided that the abstract has not previously been presented at an international meeting. Nominees are to provide details of how the prize money would be spent on future research.
Prizes are awarded to the first author, who should also be the presenting author, and will be featured in UEG publications. Recipients are expected to submit an article to the UEG Journal.
Jony van Hilst, The Netherlands
LAPAROSCOPIC VERSUS OPEN PANCREATODUODENECTOMY (LEOPARD-2): A MULTICENTER, PATIENT-BLINDED, RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
Find out more in the interview with Jony van Hilst
Marinus A. Kempeneers, The Netherlands
EARLY SURGERY VERSUS STEP-UP PRACTICE INCLUDING ENDOSCOPY FOR CHRONIC PANCREATITIS: A MULTICENTER RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL (ESCAPE TRIAL)
Find out more in the interview Marinus A. Kempeneers
Jan Hendrik Niess, Switzerland
NLRP6 SUPPORTS SURVIVAL OF T HELPER 1 CELLS BY REGULATING APOPTOSIS
Kevin Perez, France
A COMPREHENSIVE MOLECULAR CLASSIFICATION OF CROHN’S DISEASE USING GENE EXPRESSION DATA
Nicolien Schepers, The Netherlands
EARLY ENDOSCOPIC RETROGRADE CHOLANGIOGRAPHY WITH BILIARY SPHINCTEROTOMY OR CONSERVATIVE TREATMENT IN PREDICTED SEVERE ACUTE BILIARY PANCREATITIS (APEC): A MULTICENTER RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
All submitters of abstracts will be considered.
- No age limits.