ESOPRS JUNIOR AWARD
ESOPRS awards a prize for the best research by a young scientist. The author must be 35 years old or younger. The paper must deal with the orbit and/or ocular adnexa, basic research and clinical/experimental work will be accepted. The winner will be chosen by a jury of five members.
The prize of the award is € 3000 and must be used to further the education or research of the winner. During the meeting the President of the Society will present the award together with a skin hook inscribed “ESOPRS Junior Award” to the winner.
All necessary instructions and requirements can be found on ESOPRS´s website http://www.esoprs.eu/cms/junior_award
Organisational remark: Applications for the junior award should kindly directed to the local organizer of the Annual Meeting and for information only to the secretary of ESOPRS
An application has been made to the EACCME for CME accreditation of this event.