Servier Research Grant
The Servier Research Grant in Hypertension in the amount of €30 000 is awarded every 2 years for a research proposal in the field of hypertension and related diseases with a focus on end-organ damage, surrogate markers, and biomarkers. The next grant will be awarded in 2019.
The committee of the Servier Research Grant in Hypertension is composed of internationally renowned experts in hypertension and related cardiovascular diseases. The winner will receive the grant from the President of the ESH during the award ceremony of the annual ESH Congress.
This initiative follows the Servier SNS Research Grant awarded from 2003 through 2007. There winners were
Dr Markus Schlaich (Australia), Prof. Krzysztof Narkiewicz (Poland) and Dr Gino Seravalle (Italy).
The winners of the Servier Research Grant in Hypertension are Dr Konstantin Kotliar (Munich, Germany) in 2011,
Dr Stefano Masi (London, UK) in 2013 and Dr Sébastien Foulquier (Maastricht, The Netherlands) in 2015 and
D. Hering (Gdansk, Poland) in 2017.
The Servier Research Grant in Hypertension is limited to PhDs or MDs under 45 years of age on July 1 in the year of the award.
Applications should be sent by April 20th, 2019 to:
Prof. Giuseppe Mancia
Applicants must submit the following documentation:
- Curriculum vitae listing up to 10 representative publications in international peer-reviewed journals
- A full supporting statement from the head of the department where the research will be undertaken
- The proposal in English should be accompanied by a summary (one page) and a budget
Talal Zein Award
The Talal Zein Foundation has established a 3,000 Euro Talal Zein Award to be presented annually to a distinguished scientist originating from a Mediterranean country in recognition of their outstanding work related to the basic science, epidemiology, pathophysiology or therapy of hypertension and other cardiovascular diseases.
Nominations should be sent by March 31, 2019 to:
Prof. Athanasios Manolis
Talal Zein Travel Grants
1. The Talal Zein Foundation has established a 7,000 Euro annual travel grant to support young scientists from Arab countries who wish to attend the annual European Society of Hypertension meeting.
2. The Talal Zein Foundation has established a 3,000 Euro travel grant for young doctors from Lebanon and Syria to support their participation in the ESH Summer Schools.
Applications should be sent to:
Prof. Renata Cífková