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ESA-Novartis Junior Scientist Award

Bryan Hudson Clinical Award

ESA Young Investigator Scientific Article Award

Paul Lee Best Abstract Award

AWE Outstanding Abstract Awards

Poster Awards

 

ESA Novartis Junior Scientist Award

Application Deadline: 19 August 2022

Conditions of award

This award recognises the best basic or translational science presentation at the Annual Scientific Meeting by an advanced trainee or higher degree candidate (PhD, MD, FRACP).

The value of the award supported by Novartis Australia is $5000.

Eligibility

The Applicant must:

Application

Applications for the award will submit an abstract for presentation at the Annual Scientific Meeting of ESA, confirming their interest in being assessed for this award on the abstract submission page.

Applicants will be judged initially on the basis of their submitted abstract, and a short list of up to six (6) abstracts will be chosen to present in a dedicated awards session.

Selection

Applications are assessed by a Selection Committee selected by ESA Council. The selection committee has a duty to apply the criteria equitably to all applicants.

Award Presentation

The award will be presented at the dinner associated with the Annual Scientific Meeting, to which all the finalists will be invited and expected to attend.

The award recipient cannot use the money for overseas travel, unless the travel relates to their research and/or career development.

Apply online

Submit your ESA Novartis Junior Scientist award application online

Include:

  1. a statement signed by all co-authors/co-investigators, which outlines the applicant’s role in planning the design of the project, experimental and analytical work, writing and revision.
  2. Copy of abstract
  3. A brief CV

Past Winners  Image of past 2020 award winner, Nicholas Choo

2021 - Bronia Harding-Davis
2020 - Nicholas Choo
2019 - Adam Hagg
2018 - Laura H Porter
2017 - Patrick Thomas
2016 - Ashlee Clark
2015 - Dilys TH Leung
2014 - Marianna Volpert
2013 - Kevin Lee Tao-Kwang
2012 Patrick Candy 
2011 Jun Yang
2010 Lyndal Tacon
2009 Kenneth Ho
2008 Sue Lau
2007 Marianne Elston
2006 David Macintyre
2005 Agnes Kovacic and Amy Au 
2004 Esme Hatchell
2003 Sophie Chan
2002 Patrick McManamny
2001 Stephen Heady
2000 Jeremy Smith
1999 Renea Jarred & Helena Teede
1998 Julie Joyner
1997 Bu Yeap
1996 John Walsh
1995 Michael Downes & Sylvia Lim-Tio
1994 Vicki Clifton

1993 Emma Ball
1992 Fiona Young 
1991 Marie-Christine Keightley & Helen Maclean 
1990 Sharron Gargosky 
1989 David Phillips
1988 Vasilious Papadopoulos 
1987 Lora Hutchinson 
1986 Marie Ranson 
1985 Guck Ooi 
1984 David James 
1983 Carolyn Scott 
1982 David Hurley 
1981 Yvonne Hodgson 
1980 Rebecca Mason 
1979 George Werther 
1978 David Healy 
1977 David Kennaway 
1976 Kathryn Rich & Peter Fuller

 

ESA Bryan Hudson Clinical Endocrinology Award

Application Deadline: 19 August 2022

Conditions of award

This award recognises the best clinical research presentation at the Annual Scientific Meeting by an active member of the Endocrine Society of Australia early in their career.

The value of the award is $3500

Eligibility

The Applicant must:

Application

Applications for the award will submit an abstract for presentation at the Annual Scientific Meeting of ESA, confirming their interest in being assessed for this award on the abstract submission page.

Applicants will be judged initially on the basis of their submitted abstract, and a short list of up to six (6) abstracts will be chosen to present in a dedicated awards session.

Selection

Applications are assessed by a Selection Committee selected by ESA Council. The selection committee has a duty to apply the criteria equitably to all applicants.

Award Presentation

The award will be presented at the dinner associated with the Annual Scientific Meeting, to which all the finalists will be invited and expected to attend.

The award recipient will use the stipend for the advancement of clinical endocrine research, with the proposed expenditure approved by ESA Council.

Apply online

Submit your ESA Bryan Hudson Clinical Endocrinology award application online

Include:

  1. a statement signed by all co-authors/co-investigators, which outlines the applicant’s role in planning the design of the project, experimental and analytical work, writing and revision.
  2. Copy of abstract
  3. A brief CV

Past Winners       Recipient of the 2020 Bryan Hudson Award, Rebecca Goldstein     

2021 - Sarah Catford
2020 - Emily Brooks, Rebecca Goldstein
2019 - Teresa Lam
2018 - Ie-Wen Sim
2017 - Michael Mond
2016 - Mark Ng Tang Fui
2015 - Ada Cheung
2014 - Phillip Wong
2013 - Emily Gianatti
2012 - Caroline Jung
2011 - Lucy Gagliardi

2010 - Jeremy Hoang
2009 - Paul Lee
2008 - Anne McCormack
2007 - Morton Burt
2006 - Jui Ho
2005 - Carolyn Allan
2004 - Sonia Davidson

 

ESA Young Investigator Scientific Article Award

Application Deadline: 19 August 2022

Conditions of award

This award recognises the best scientific paper published in the 12-months preceding the closing date for abstracts for the Annual Scientific Meeting, by an active member of the Endocrine Society of Australia early in their career.

The award is given for a single publication, although up to two additional papers may be submitted in support of the application.

The value of the award is $1000.

Eligibility

The Applicant must:

Work submitted for publication but not yet accepted is not eligible.

Application

Applications are to be submitted online. These must include:

 All documents to be uploaded in word (.doc or .docx) or PDF format.

Selection

Applications are assessed by a Selection Committee selected by ESA Council. The selection committee has a duty to apply the criteria equitably to all applicants.

Award Presentation

The award will be presented at the dinner associated with the Annual Scientific Meeting, to which the awardee is invited and expected to attend.

The winner must attend the Annual Scientific Meeting and give a lecture.

Apply Online

Submit your ESA Young Investigator Scientific Award application online

Past Winners 

2021 - Adam Hagg (Basic),
           - Mark Tang Fui (Clinical)
2020 - Angela Lee
2019 - Nandini Shankara Narayana
2018 - Sabashini Ramchand
2017- Jimmy Shen
2016 - Justin Chen
2015 - Christian Girgis
2014 - Anthony Bird
2013 - Jennifer Lo
2012 - Priya Sumithran
2011 - Stefan Bagheri-Fam
2010 - Zoe Hyde
2009 - Kristy Brown
2008 - Belinda Henry
2007 - Kirsten McTavish
2006 - Renea Taylor

2005 - Simon Chu (VIC)
2004 - Dr Peter Liu (NSW)
2003 - Jenny Gunton (NSW)
2002 - Susan Fanayan (NSW)
2001 - Karen Kroeger (WA)
2000 - Fraser Rogerson (VIC)
1999 - Dan Lee (VIC)
1998 - Stephen Twigg (NSW) 
1997 - Liza O’Donnell (VIC)
1996 - Jun Ping Liu (NSW)
1995 - Tim Crowe (VIC)
1994 - Chen Chen (VIC)
1993 - Janet Martin (NSW)
1992 - Peter Stanton (VIC)
1991 - Sharron Gargosky (SA)

 

Paul Lee Best Abstract Award

Application deadline: 19 August 2022

Conditions of Award

This award recognises the best original scientific abstract submitted to the ESA Annual Scientific Meeting.

The award is generously supported by the Garvan Institute of Medical Research. The value of the award is $2500.

Eligibility

The Applicant must:

Selection

Abstracts submitted to the ASM will be shortlisted by the program organising committee. The best abstract will be assessed by a selection committee chosen by ESA Council. The selection committee has a duty to apply the criteria equitably to all applicants.

Award Presentation

The award will be announced at the time the abstract is presented during the conference, and again at the dinner associated with the Annual Scientific Meeting, to which the awardee is invited and expected to attend.

Past winners  Winner of the 2020 Paul Lee best Abstract Award, Nandini Shankara-Narayana

2021 - Valentina Rodriquez Paris
2020 - Nandini Shankara-Narayana
2019 - Jennifer Chen
2018 - Warrick Inder

 

AWE Outstanding Abstract Award

Conditions of Award

This award recognises outstanding scientific abstracts submitted by women to the ESA Annual Scientific Meeting. This award is supported by the Australasian Branch of Women in Endocrinology.

Eligibility

The Applicant must:

^ Registration form available here. There is no membership fee for the Australasian Branch of Women in Endocrinology (AWE), however, you must be a financial Member of the Endocrine Society of Australia or the New Zealand Society for Endocrinology. 

Selection

Abstracts submitted to the ASM will be shortlisted by the program organising committee. Outstanding abstracts will be assessed by a selection committee chosen by ESA Council. The selection committee has a duty to apply the criteria equitably to all applicants.

Award Presentation

The award will be announced at the Welcome Function of the ESA annual scientific meeting.

Past recipients

 

Poster Awards

During the poster session of the Annual Scientific meeting, a judging committee selected by ESA Council will award a prize for the the best poster in each of the categories:

  1. Basic science
  2. Clinical research
  3. Case report/case series.

Award criteria include scientific quality and clarity of presentation.

In order to be eligible, presenters must attend their poster during the poster session and be prepared to summarise their poster within 2 minutes, and answer any questions that the judging committee may have.  

Basic Science Poster
2021 - Nicholas Choo

Clinical Research Poster
2021 - Elisabeth Ng

Bioscentifica -EDM-Case reports
2021 - Huajing Ni