Elsevier & EAPM Young Investigator Award
The EAPM Young Investigator Award, sponsored by Elsevier
Under the auspices of the European Association of Psychosomatic Medicine (EAPM), Elsevier has established a scientific award for young investigators in field of psychosomatic medicine, consultation-liaison psychiatry and integrated care.
An award to the amount of €1,000.00 will be presented at the annual conference of the EAPM. The forthcoming conference will be on 15-17 June 2023 in Wroclaw, Poland. The awardee is expected to make a short presentation of his work at the conference. Travel cost up to €500.00 and registration are being paid for by the EAPM. On top of all, the awardee receives a one-year free EAPM membership.
In order to be eligible for the award, the applicant should:
- be a young investigator, no more than 7 years beyond completion of training
or highest degree.
- have an original manuscript of a study in the field of psychosomatic
medicine, consultation-liaison psychiatry or integrated care accepted by or
submitted to the Journal of Psychosomatic Research between 1 April 2022 and 1 March 2023 of which the applicant is the principal investigator and/or first
The applicant should send an email to the editorial office of the Journal of
Psychosomatic Research, with the following content:
- a cover letter from the candidate stating his/her interest in the competition.
- a brief curriculum vitae (not more than one page)
- a copy and/or reference number of the manuscript submitted or accepted for
publication from 1 April 2022 and 1 March 2023.
Eligible manuscripts will be reviewed by the jury, consisting of the Editors-in-Chief
of the Journal and a representative of the Executive Board of the EAPM.
- apart from regular peer review, manuscripts will be judged based on
scientific soundness, clinical relevance and originality.
Please e-mail the editorial office at (email@example.com ) if you have already submitted a paper and would still like to apply for the award. Deadline of application: 9th March 2023.
Information on how to apply can also be found here.
Find out more at the website of Elsevier, publisher of the Journal of Psychosomatic Research.
Jess Fiedorowicz – Ottawa, Canada
Bernd Löwe – Hamburg, Germany
Else Guthrie – Leeds, UK
Elsevier & EAPM Young Investigator Awardees
|2022||Young Investigator Award||Dr.||Severin||Hennemann||Germany|
|2021||Young Investigator Award||Dr.||Anne||van Gils||The Netherlands|
|2021||Young Investigator Award||Dr.||Robin||Groen||The Netherlands|
|2020||Young Investigator Award||Dr.||Paul||Lodder||The Netherlands|
|2019||Young Investigator Award||Dr.||Liu||Jianlin||Singapure|
|2018||Young Investigator Award||Dr.||Raphael M.||Herr||Germany|
|2017||Young Investigator Award||Dr.||Jorge||Palacios||Canada|
|2016||Young Investigator Award||Dr.||Sebastian||Kohlmann||Germany|
|2016||Young Investigator Award||Dr.||Stefan M.||van Geelen||The Netherlands|
|2015||Young Investigator Award||Dr.||Adrian||Loerbroks||Germany|
Seryan Atasoy is the winner of the Elsevier/EAPM Young Investigator Award 2023
Severin Hennemann is the winner of the Elsevier/EAPM Young Investigator Award 2022
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Call for Application: Young Investigator Award 2022
Presentations at the EAPM General Assembly 2020
Paul Lodder is the winner of the 2020 Elsevier & EAPM Young Investigator Award
Elsevier & EAPM Young Investigators Award 2019
2018 Young Investigators Award