Young Researchers’ Projects

Young researcher’s projects in neurosonology are a part of our mission to support the development of new and original ideas. Young researchers are the future of our Society and we strongly encourage the interested neurosonologists younger than 35 years of age to submit their proposals to the Proposals Evaluation Committee (PEC).

Proposals Evaluation Committee (PEC) will review the proposals and inform the authors on decision. At each of the yearly ESNCH Meetings the best 3 proposals will have a chance to be presented in a form of short communication and the best proposal will be funded by the ESNCH in the amount of 1,000.00 EUR for the period of 1 year.

Authors of the 3 best proposed projects will get the following benefits:

WRITTEN PROPOSAL

WRITTEN PROPOSAL

PEC will give a written proposal to the authors on how to improve the quality of their research projects

PUBLIC PROMOTION

PUBLIC PROMOTION

The ESNCH will promote the best projects in public media and it will offer a platform to increase the number of participating centers in the study if required by the study design

FINANCIAL SUPPORT

FINANCIAL SUPPORT

Financial support and oral presentations at the ESNCH Meetings

Dr. Anna Palmieri from Padua, Italy, receives the 1st ESNCH Young Researcher Award at the ESNCH Conference in Prague, Czech Republic in 2018 for her study proposal: Microembolic Signals in Acute Stroke Patients with Atrial Cardiopathy: A Prospective Study.

Proposals Evaluation Committee (PEC): Professor Eva Bartels (Munich, Germany), Professor Elsa Azevedo (Porto, Portugal), Professor Marina Diomedi (Rome, Italy)

Send Your Application

Please send your application form or contact us if you have any further questions on our e-mail
projects@esnch.org