Every year the EAU hands out a number of prestigious awards to recognise and celebrate dedication and innovation in urological research and practice.
Traditionally handed out at the Annual EAU Congress, the awards are a vital acknowledgement of the fact that the international urological community is progressive and continues to push the limits of what is known to mankind today. Also this year the awards will be handed out during the 34th Annual EAU Congress in Barcelona. The award winners will also be recognised in the EAU Award Gallery and the programme book.
The EAU Section of Urological Imaging (ESUI) is calling for abstracts for the ESUI Vision Award 2019, which will be given to the first author of the most innovative imaging study published in urology during the last year.
The award of € 1,500 will be handed out at the 34th Annual EAU Congress in Barcelona during the ESUI section meeting, on Saturday, 16 March 2019.
- Further details on entry requirements can be found here.
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The two EAU Prizes for Best Paper published in Urological Literature are tools through which the EAU encourages young and promising urological scientists to continue their work and to communicate their achievements to the European urological community.
Two awards of € 5,000 each will be made available for the two Best Papers published in Urological Literature on Clinical and Fundamental Research. These papers have to be published or accepted for publication between 1 July 2017 and 30 June 2018.
The EAU Hans Marberger Award 2019 will be handed out for the best European paper published on Minimally Invasive Surgery in Urology. The award, annually given since 2004, is named after Prof. Hans Marberger to honour his pioneering achievements and contributions to endourology and the development of urologic minimally invasive surgical procedures.
With the goal to encourage innovative, high-quality research in prostate cancer, the EAU has launched the EAU Prostate Cancer Research Award. Supported by a grant from the Fritz H. Schröder Foundation, an expert jury will select the best paper dealing with clinical or experimental studies in prostate cancer and published or accepted by a renowned international scientific journal.
The EAU Crystal Matula Award 2019 is the most prestigious prize given to a young promising European urologist under the age of 40 who has the potential to become one of the future leaders in academic European urology. National Societies can nominate a candidate.
For an extended overview of all awards and previous winners please visit the EAU Award Gallery.