Gorter award

Gorter award

Annual Conference of the DACH-ISMRM 2024

The German Section of ISMRM (DACH-ISMRM) honors the best current work of young scientists (medicine, natural sciences, technology) in the field of biomedical magnetic resonance with the Gorter Prize 2024.

The awards are endowed with 1000 euros, 500 euros and 250 euros for first, second and third place respectively. The prize is aimed in particular at young scientists from the fields of medicine, natural sciences and technology. Interested candidates can apply with a completed bachelor's, master's or doctoral thesis or as first author of an outstanding original work in the field of biomedical magnetic resonance. Further details will be announced shortly.
 

Call for submissions 2024

Applicants must be members of the DACH-ISMRM. The work must not have been published before 2023 and the applicant must be affiliated with a research institution in Austria, Germany or Switzerland. In addition, the work must be published (or accepted for publication - in this case, a confirmation must be enclosed) at the time of application. For applicants who already hold a doctorate, the awarding of the title (MD/PhD) may date back up to two years.

All documents must be written in English.

Applications must be submitted online on the conference website (link will follow shortly) by uploading the following documents (please upload pdf files only):
 

  • A detailed abstract of the work (3-5 pages). Please use the official template (available from April).
  • A letter of application (1-2 pages). This should explain the prize worthiness and clearly state what your contribution to the work was.
  • A curriculum vitae (1-2 pages).
  • A regular abstract (max. 2 pages), see https://plan.events.mpg.de/event/204/


All documents must be submitted on the conference website.

Application deadline is July 1, 2024.

The Gorter Prize 2024 will be awarded during the DACH-ISMRM annual conference in Tübingen (September 4-5, 2024).

The finalists will be selected from all applications. They will present their work during the conference. The award winners will be selected on the basis of the presentations and the subsequent discussion.

All contributions that do not make it to the final round will be subjected to the review process for regular conference contributions.

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