13th Congress of the European Laryngological Society Stuttgart 2020

17th-20th June 2020 • Haus der Wirtschaft Baden-Württemberg • Stuttgart

13th Congress of the European Laryngological Society Stuttgart 2020

17th-20th June 2020 • Haus der Wirtschaft Baden-Württemberg • Stuttgart

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Scientific prizes

The Oskar-Kleinsasser Award – Storz Prize is rewarded on a two year basis coincidental along with the biannual ELS Congress. The nomination for the Oskar-Kleinsasser Award – Storz Prize is the privilege of the president. The president submits his proposition to the presidential council some months before the congress. Storz provides the ELS with the award, a statue and a cheque valued EUR 2,500. The recipient of the award receives the statue and redirects the money to young professionals in the field of laryngology. Further information can be found online at els.org.

The presidential council of the European Laryngological Society is offering the Lichtenberger Prize to a physician whose abstract, according to the jury, was the best submission to the biannual congress. The Prize of EUR 500 for ELS members or EUR 250 and a two year membership for non-members will be presented during the general assembly on the congress. Winners will be announced on the website and contribution of the entry in the European journal of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology will be encouraged by the presidential council.

The following points will be taken into account:

• The first presenting author should be less than 40 years old. Please send a proof of your age to paula.hartmann@conventus.de until January 6th 2020.

• Competition for this prize is considered only after the abstract is accepted for inclusion in the scientific programme.

• The prize is given for an outstanding manuscript or accomplishment in basic research or clinical investigation in endoscopy, bronchology, esophagology, laryngology and related science.

• Entries on research in clinical broncho-esophagology, physiology or pathology of the larynx or tracheobronchial tree are encouraged.

• The entry should be original and unpublished.

• The authors can express the eligibility of the contribution to compete for the prize.

• The winner is expected to present his work and is responsible for the expenses for attending the meeting.

• Membership of the ELS is encouraged, but not mandatory.

Further information can be found online at els.org.

The presidential council of the European Laryngological Society is offering the Neurolaryngology Award to a physician whose abstract, according to the jury, was the best submission to the congress (EUR 2,000).

The following points will be taken into account:

• Competition for this prize is considered only after the abstract is accepted for inclusion in the scientific programme.

• The award is given for an outstanding manuscript or accomplishment in basic research or clinical investigation in Neurolaryngology or neighbouring fields with impact on Neurolaryngology.

• The submission should be original and unpublished.

• The authors can apply to have their submission considered for the award – formal application is not necessary, however, for a contribution to be considered.

• The award winner is expected to present the work and is responsible for the expenses for attending the meeting.

Membership of the ELS is encouraged, but not mandatory. If the award winner is not an ELS member yet he receives full membership for 2 years with the reward. In this case the prize money will be reduced by the membership fee for full members for 2 years.

Further information can be found online at els.org.