Swiss Amgen Cardiology Research Award 2018
An official scientific prize of the Swiss Society of Cardiology
Rules for entry:
1 The Swiss Amgen Cardiology Research Award is awarded for original research work in cardiovascular disease.
2 Prizes may be awarded for one or more research projects (up to a maximum of three), provided that they are connected.
3 The manuscripts should be published or accepted for publication in a recognised peer-reviewed journal. Only work published in the year in which the prize is awarded or in the year immediately preceding or following it will be considered.
4 Applicants should be the principal author of the work being submitted. Should several works be submitted, the applicant should be the principal author of at least one of them.
5 Applicants must be under 40 years of age on the deadline for submission. They must be Swiss citizens or working in Switzerland. Swiss citizens may also submit work carried out abroad providing they are working in Switzerland at the time of the award.
6 The prize will be awarded annually by the Swiss Society of Cardiology together with Amgen Switzerland AG, normally on the occasion of the Annual Conference, but exceptionally at another event sponsored by the Society.
7 The prize winners will be selected by a prize jury whose members will be nominated by the Swiss Society of Cardiology. The jury will consist of a chairman, representatives of all Swiss universities and some members of the board of Swiss Society of Cardiology, as well as international experts. Members of the jury will be elected for four years and may be re-elected. A representative of Amgen Switzerland AG will be included as an observer.
8 The prize will be CHF 30 000, donated by Amgen Switzerland AG.
9 The prize winner must undertake to use the prize money of CHF 30 000 exclusively to continue his or her research. The money may be used for salaries, equipment or disposable materials.
Applications should be submitted by March 30, 2018 by e-mail to: info[at]swisscardio.ch
Swiss Society of Cardiology
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