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Grants & Awards

Early Career Prize Lectures

To help Clinicians-in-Training and Scientists in-Training to have their work recognised across the wider endocrine community through a conference presentation and Society publications.

Successful applicants will:

  • present a 20 minute basic science or clinical lecture at the Society for Endocrinology BES  conference each November
  • be awarded an honorarium of £750
  • submit an article of up to 800 words for inclusion in the Society’s quarterly magazine The Endocrinologist

If you are unsuccessful, you are encouraged to submit a general abstract to the Society for Endocrinology BES conference

02
May

Deadline

The deadline has been extended to 2 May

Value

Honorarium of £750

Eligibility

  • To be eligible for the Early Career Prize Lectures you must be a member of the Society, either a Scientist-in-Training or a Clinician-in-Training.

How to apply

Please complete the Early Career Prize Lecture application form and return this together with your 200 word abstract, a 1 page CV and details of up to five published papers, to grants@endocrinology.org

Early Career Prize Lecture application form

 

 

Successful applicants will

  • Submit an abstract on a subject under the general heading of endocrinology. This is likely to relate to an area of personal endocrine research, either in progress or recently completed and should present a series of studies on a theme representing a body of work following the applicant’s career to date.
  • Present a 20 minute lecture (plus 5 minutes for questions) at the Society for Endocrinology BES and submit an article of up to 800 words for inclusion in the Society's quarterly magazine The Endocrinologist.
  • Applications will be judged by the Nominations Committee of the Society using the standard criteria of originality, scientific quality and clinical relevance/impact. We aim to notify all applicants of our decision within 2 months of the deadline at the latest.