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Home » Scientific Meetings » Scientific Awards » Young Investigator-in-Training

Young Investigator-in-Training Abstract Competition

Purpose

To encourage new investigators to undertake or continue hypertension research, participate in the ASH Annual Scientific Meeting and engage in discussion with senior investigators.

Eligibility
Graduate students (medical, nursing, physician assistants, and pharmacy students) post-doctoral fellows and residents who are the first author of one or more abstract(s) accepted for presentation at the ASH Twenty-Ninth Annual Scientific Meeting.

Judging
Abstracts will be judged based upon the quality of the study reported including, originality, clinical relevance and scientific merit, given vetting by abstract reviewers.

Prizes
Top 3 Abstracts

1st Place: $1,500
2nd Place: $800
3rd Place: $500

2014 Young Investigator-in-Training Award Recipients

1st Place: Teemu Niiranen, MD
2nd Place: Alejandro Velasco, MD
3rd Place: Alessia Buglioni, MD

All finalists received complimentary registration to the ASH 2015 Meeting.

If you would like to be considered for an award and you meet the eligibility requirements, please check the appropriate box when submitting your abstract online.

2015 Scientific Awards Brochure (for reference)

Click here to submit an abstract