ILC Recognition Awardees 2006-2016
Every year at the annual EASL meeting, EASL acknowledges the major scientific contributions of scientists in the field of liver research.
The EASL Governing Board selects nominees and recipients receive their awards in the presence of the liver community during the annual EASL meeting.
The first EASL Recognition Awards ceremony was held during the 41st Annual Meeting in Vienna in 2006. The two recipients perfectly illustrated the goals of the association in creating this new award: bright, active scientists who had provided major advances in science, knowledge, clinical care and teaching in their own field of expertise; recognised and admired worldwide for their accomplishments. To this day, EASL is proud to continue to honour the men and women who write the history of Hepatology through presenting the EASL Recognition Awards.
See the list of Recognition Awardees below.
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Recognition Awardees 2006 – 2016
Barcelona – 2016
Vienna – 2015
London – 2014
Amsterdam – 2013
Barcelona – 2012
Berlin – 2011
Vienna – 2010
Copenhagen – 2009
Milan – 2008
Barcelona – 2007
Vienna – 2006
The Young Investigator Concerted Action Group (YI-CAG) introduced a new yearly award specifically dedicated for young fellows in Vienna 2015.
Every year, the EASL Governing Board and YI-CAG selects YI awardees based on their international liver research achievements to-date.
Application for the YI Award is made during the abstract submission process.
Awardees are acknowledged during General Session 3 at The International Liver CongressTM in Amsterdam in front of thousands of liver experts. They will also present their submitted abstract at the corresponding parallel session at the ILC.
Additionally, awardees will receive a cash prize to be handed out in Amsterdam. In order to qualify, awardees must be present in Amsterdam.
Awardees will also be invited to publish a review in the Journal of Hepatology, provided that:
- The Awardee (or their mentor) has not published a similar review recently
- There is no similar review in production in the Journal of Hepatology
- The article stands up to peer review.
Note: a minimum of 3 original articles in a journal with an impact factor of 6 or more is required for either first or last author.
Application for the Young Investigator Award is exclusively open to active EASL members, both clinicians, and basic scientists.
Selection of YI Awardees will be made by the end of January 2017.