2014 Celgene Award
Deadline for applications: 31 May 2014. We are now accepting applications for the Celgene Award for Innovative Research in Immunology and Inflammation into Dermatological Diseases.
The purpose of the award is to encourage innovative research into Dermatological Diseases. The award will be given at the next ESDR meeting in Copenhagen from 10-13 September 2014.
The award is aimed at younger researchers from the European region in the field of dermatology wit
Eastern European Awards
Application deadline 31 March 2014. The ESDR and the Austrian Society of Dermatology are jointly engaged in fostering dermatological research in Eastern Europe. Following on from a successful symposium and award presentations at ESDR 2012 and IID 2013, in 2014 we have again decided to sponsor awards to provide recognition to young and established academic dermatologists in this area.
2014 LEO Pharma Research Foundation Awards
Deadline for Applications: 28 March 2014. Applications are invited from exceptional young scientists (PhD/MD) below the age of 40 who have shown outstanding potential to become prominent contributors to the field of dermatological research in the near future. It is expected that successful candidates will have a strong publication record, be a young independent investigator and have a clear vision for the direction of their future research. Previous recipients of the awards can be viewed at:.....
Future Leaders Academy
Deadline for applications extended: Friday 14 March 2014. ESDR Academy for Future Leaders in Dermatology. Madrid, Spain: 6-8 November 2014. ESDR plans to invite approximately 25 gifted young scientists from dermatological departments in Europe for a 2.5 day meeting in 2014. The meeting will be fully organised under the auspices of the ESDR board and will take place in Madrid. This meeting follows the very successful academies held in Cascais (2011), Barcelona (2012) and Florence (2013). The meeting will bring together renowned
2013 Summer Workshop Report
For one week in July 2013, 25 young scientists met in the vibrant city of Cologne, Germany to participate in the 4th EADV/ESDR Summer Research Workshop, on the subject of Mouse models in skin research. The course took place in the well-equipped genetics building with support of the SFB 829 and tuition provided by members of the research group of Carien Niessen.
The course, held in English, was aimed mainly at dermatology residents/trainees but also at PhD students and postdocs affiliated to dermatological research. This led t
Corporate Partners of the ESDR have undertaken to support the ESDR for a multiyear period. This support greatly assists with the development of our educational initiatives. For more information on our corporate partnership program please contact Caroline Blondel Baldassarre at the ESDR office (caroline [at] esdr.org).
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