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Young Scientist Awards

Recipients of the 2012 awards at EMOP11 :

3rd prize in research in basic parasitology: Angela de Cesare (Italy) for her work on Capillaria aerophila

3rd  prize in research in applied parasitology:   Pikka Jokkalinen (Finland) for her work on  Toxoplasma

 2nd prize in research in basic parasitology : Julien Portier(France)  for his work on Alaria alata

 2nd prize in research in applied parasitology : Marija Vujanic (Serbia)  for her work on Toxoplasma

 1st prize in research in applied parasitology:  Jeremy Bouyer (France) for his work on tsetse flies.

1st prize in research of basic parasitology: Caroline Chilinsky (UK) for her work on Haemonchus contortus


The EFP offers Young Scientist Awards to stimulate the participation of young parasitologists and thus to contribute to an increasing development of Parasitology in Europe. Candidates must be less than 35 years old and be a national of one of the European country members of the EFP.

Three prizes will be awarded in "Research in Basic Parasitology" and three prizes will be awarded in "Research in Applied Parasitology".

Prizes include: 1000, 600 & 400 euros for 1st, 2nd and 3rd prizesa diploma & refunding of EMOP registration fees

To apply, the following documents should be sent, not later than the June 20th 2012, to :

Pr Jean DUPOUY-CAMET, Parasitologie, Hôpital Cochin, 27 Fbrg St Jacques, 75014, Paris, France                jean.dupouy-camet@cch.aphp.fr

1.The application form (see below) signed by the candidate and the head of the department where the research was realized.                                                                                    

2.    A letter of the head of the department stating that the research was realized by or in a European institution             

3.     A manuscript of 5 to 10 pages describing the work. This manuscript should not be already published, as it is only for the information of the jury. The candidate should be the sole author of the manuscript.                                                      

4.   A proof of age (copy of ID, passport or driving licence)

5.     A short CV (one page)

In addition, the applicant has to register for the congress and to inform EMOP organizers that she or he will apply for the awards.

The competitors will have to give a 15 minutes presentation describing the main achievements and results of their scientific works. These presentations will be made in special session open to the public and in front of an ad hoc jury.

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Recipients of the 2008 awards at EMOP10 :

Bonnie L Webster, UK
1st prize in "Research in Applied Parasitology"
Radu Blaga, Romania
2nd prize in "Research in Applied Parasitology"
Yana Vorontsova,Russia
1st prize in "Research in Basic Parasitology"

Student scholarships
Young parasitologists are invited to participate in European meetings and to contribute to the development of Parasitology in Europe. To help and stimulate them in this way, the board of the European Federation of Parasitologists grants Student Scholarships covering the Congress fee of the next European Multicolloquium of Parasitology which will be held in
Cluj-Napoca (Romania) 25-29 July 2012.

Candidates should be students and national of a country attached to EFP and participating in an investigation carried out at an European Centre. Their results have to be presented at EMOP, either orally or by poster.

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30 grants were offered by the EFP to participate in EMOP10 in Paris in 2008.

20 grants were offered by the EFP to participate in EMOP11 in Cluj-Napoca in 2012.


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