EANM Marie Curie Award
Who can apply?
- Candidates must have their regular residence in Europe.
- At least one of the authors must be a member of the EANM.
- Only work which has been done in Europe can be considered.
- The submitted paper must not have been published before the last EANM Congress; possible candidates are invited by the Congress Chair to provide testimony for this.
- A certificate must be presented showing that legal requirements (including ethical and radiation protection requirements) were met when performing the study.
- The Award should be given to the author of the work, which is, in terms of scientific quality, the best contribution at the annual EANM Congress.
- Short presentation of the research during the Award Ceremony
- Marie Curie Medal and diploma handed over on stage during Award Ceremony by the EANM President
- Award of € 5,000.-, will be transferred after the congress
- One complimentary (non-transferable) registration for either the EANM Focus Meeting or the EANM Annual Congress in the subsequent year
Application and Procedure:
- The best scored 2 abstracts (after the review process (blinded)) from each abstract category fulfilling the MCA criteria are selected. In addition, the 10 best-scored abstracts (out of all submissions) will be added – if not already among the chosen ones.
- Those abstracts will be again blinded and rated by the EANM Scientific Programme Council.
- The best 10 rated abstracts will be once more reviewed (again blinded) by international peer reviewers*.
*The EANM Board will suggest at least 10 peer reviewers who are neither linked to any of the abstracts, mentioned authors, nor the institutions involved.
- The EANM office will notify the authors of the top 3 submissions, requesting a portrait picture, a 2-slides-presentation and their onsite presence at the respective Award Ceremony.
- The Award is bestowed during the EANM Congress by the EANM President. The decision is not open to appeal or legal action.
- NB: The EANM Board is not involved in any selection process at any time, and all scores will be given during the three rating stages to anonymized abstracts.