Young Investigator Awards

Twelve Young Investigator Awards, worth €1500 each, are awarded to researchers who submit abstracts (basic or clinical) to the annual European Congress of Endocrinology.

Application

Applicants must indicate on the abstract form whether they wish to be considered for an ESE Young Investigator Award.

Eligibility

Successful applicants must be within 10 years post-PhD or MD and a member of ESE at the time of the meeting. 

Evaluation

The awards are based on the achieved abstract scores, as determined by the ECE abstract review committee; the final decision is made by the ECE Programme Organising Committee.

ECE 2018 Winners

Dr Alexandre Buffet: Germline mutations in the mitochondrial 2-oxoglutarate/malate carrier (SLC25A11) gene confer predisposition to metastatic paragangliomas

Mr Sun Wook Cho: Anti-tumoral effects of metformin on metastatic bone lesions of thyroid cancer

Miss Iva Jakubikova: A mouse model of BRAF V600E mutated papillary thyroid cancer imitating sporadic condition

Mr Albert Cano Palomares: Type 1 diabetes mellitus: defining the best cut-off points of arterial stiffness for predicting cardiovascular risk according to the Steno Type 1 Risk Engine

Dr Simona Chisalita: Toe brachial index predicts major adverse cardiovascular events in patients with type 2 diabetes

Dr João Sérgio Neves: Association between prediabetes and incidence of chronic kidney disease, incident albuminuria, or worsening of kidney function: a secondary analysis of the SPRINT trial

Mr Edward Buitenwerf: Randomized trial comparing phenoxybenzamine and doxazosine for preoperative treatment of patients with a pheochromocytoma (PRESCRIPT)

Dr Beatriz Torres Moreno: Relationship between TSH values in the first trimester of pregnancy and obstetric and neonatal complications

Mr Michiel Nijhoff: Diazoxide pretreatment improves pancreatic islet survival in vitro and functionality in vivo

Miss Violeta Heras Dominguez: Novel role of central ceramide signaling in mediating obesity-induced precocious puberty

Dr Patimat  Khandaeva: Plasma microRNA expression in patients with Cushing's disease differs from ACTH-ectopic Cushing's syndrome

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