Awards for Early Career Scientists
EuPA VISION AND COMMITMENT AWARD (VACA)
EuPA intends to honour an early career researcher (ECR) for his/her remarkable networking of young European scientists in Proteomics initiatives.
2022 Maike Langini, Medicines Discovery Catapult, United Kingdom
2020 Dina Resetar Maslov, University of Rijeka, Croatia
2020 Maarten Dhaenens, Ghent University, Belgium
For more information and application go to https://forms.gle/6d7mrrZSADohhj846
EuPA BIOINFORMATICS FOR MASS SPECTROMETRY AWARD (BMSA)
EuPA intends to honour an ECR for his/her outstanding contribution to Bioinformatics developments for mass spectrometry.
2022 Ralf Gabriels, University of Ghent, Belgium
2020 Marie Locard-Paulet, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
2020 Viktoria Dorfer, University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, Austria
For more information and application go to https://forms.gle/SuiKzE6vKpejyWLJ6
EuPA BEST DOCTORAL THESIS AWARD
EuPA intends to honour a person who presented an outstanding PhD thesis in any field of proteomics in the previous calendar year.
2022 Claudia Ctortecka, Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP), Austria
For more information and application go to https://forms.gle/ZcQhnpJLJkdEcfaX8
Former EuPA Awards for young investigators
At the 10th EuPA Annual Congress from 21-25 June 2016, in Istanbul, Turkey (www.eupa2016.org) EuPA awarded a prize for young PhDs. The winner, judged by the panel after the presentations on a dedicated session, received €1.000, sponsored by the Journal of Proteomics, and a EuPA certificate.
2016 Fan Liu, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Awards for Mid-Career Scientists
EuPA BREAKTHROUGH IN PROTEOMICS AWARD
Awarded for a breakthrough in proteomics, a discovery that transformed the knowledge frontier and has a major impact on science, technology and society.
Application is open to mid-career researchers from academia who have from 7 to 12 years work experience since completion of PhD.
For more information and application go to https://forms.gle/mjbeFbG9K3zDiiQp6
2022 Maarten Dhaenens, University of Ghent, Belgium
- EuPA Single Cell Proteomics Award
2020 Erwin Schoof, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
EuPA Juan-Pablo Albar (JPA) Proteome Pioneer Award
EuPA intends to honour a person with a leading and long-standing involvement in the promotion of the principles of sharing and integration of resources for the development of excellent research in the Proteomics field. Therefore, EuPA is looking for a candidate who has made longstanding contributions to EuPA, and thus has been integral to the success of its mission.
In addition, this is a scientist or technologist who has demonstrated a deep interest in sharing resources and has achieved significant contributions to the EuPA organization.
EuPA National Societies will be invited to nominate candidates. Only ONE candidate may be nominated by each EuPA Member Society and this candidate must be from a FOREIGN Society.
2022 Fernando Corrales (Spanish National Centre for Biotechnology, Spain)
2019 Ole N. Jensen (University of Southern Denmark, Denmark)
2018 Paola Picotti (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
2017 Kathryn Lilley (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom)
2016 Friedrich Lottspeich (Max Plank Institute, Germany)
2015 Lennart Martens (University of Ghent, Belgium)
EuPA Technology Awards
Awarded to one private company for outstanding contribution in commercialization of a new proteomics technology.
Application is open to private companies (developer of technology), users of technology and others.
For more information and application go to https://forms.gle/cxsqSW9abU69MdwL7
2022 Bruker Daltonik Gmbh, Germany
2020 Thermo Fisher, Orbitrap Exploris Mass Spectrometry Team, Germany
FORMER EuPA TECHNOLOGY AWARDS
EuPA Startup Company Award
Awarded for pioneering innovation in the field of Proteome Research
2020 PreOmics Gmbh, Germany
EuPA Clinical Proteomics Award
Awarded for the development of new solutions for Clinical Proteomics
2020 Evosep, Denmark
EuPA Poster Prize
The best poster presented at the yearly organized EuPA conference is awarded the EuPA Poster Prize, which consists of a travel grant of up to 500 EUR for the next EuPA or HUPO conference.
Rudolf Kupčík, Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic – Proteomic Forum/EuPA 2022 conference, Leipzig, Germany, 2022.
EuPA Travel Grants
EuPA continues the initiative to provide travel grants to young scientists as a support to attend annual conferences of National Proteomics Societies, EuPA Summer and Winters schools, and the EuPA annual conference. The travel grant can cover the costs of conference participation (registration fee, accommodation, travel expenses) up to 500 EUR in form of reimbursement of the expenses.
All travel grant recipients agree to use the EuPA Travel Grant logo on their poster or insert a slide with the logo in their presentation (this will be sent as an email attachment). The reimbursement of the travel expenses can be done after the conference by filling out the reimbursement form (sent by EuPA Secretary via email) and sending all the documentation in original to the EuPA Secretary.
For more information and application go to https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1kjF3bj9VmhxWmyy68bvUVsDBpHKOfWi966zzbIitOAA/edit
Travel Grant recipients
- Proteomic Forum/EuPA 2022 conference, 2022
Katie Dunphy, Ireland, max. 500 EUR for participation on EuPA2023 or HUPO2022 conference
Daniel Polasky, USA, max. 500 EUR for participation on EuPA2023 or HUPO2022 conference
Megan Ford, United Kingdom, max. 500 EUR for participation on EuPA2023 or HUPO2022 conference
Lukas Schmidt, United Kingdom, max. 500 EUR for participation on EuPA2023 or HUPO2022 conference
- EuBIC Winter School, Portugal, 2022
Roman Bushuiev, Czech Republic, max. 500 EUR for participation on the EuBIC meeting
- EuPA Summer School, Napoli, 2022
Charlotte Hutchings, United Kingdom, max. 500 EUR for participation on the Summer School
Maria Bourganou, Greece, max. 1000 EUR for participation on EuPA2023 or HUPO2022 conference
Vittoria Monaco, Italy, max. 800 EUR for participation on EuPA2023 or HUPO2022 conference
Sigrid Verhelst, max. 500 EUR for participation on EuPA2023 or HUPO2022 conference
Lukasz Skoczylas, Poland, max. 500 EUR for participation on EuPA2023 or HUPO2022 conference
Stijn Groten, Netherlands, max. 500 EUR for participation on EuPA2023 or HUPO2022 conference
Colleen Maxwell, UK, max. 500 EUR for participation on EuPA2023 or HUPO2022 conference
- 16th Central and Eastern European Conference (CEEPC)
Zuzana Kalaninová, Czech Republic, max. 500 EUR for participation on BSPR/EuPA2023 conference
Jakub Sys, Czech Republic, max. 500 EUR for participation on BSPR/EuPA2023 conference
Siddhart Jadeja, Czech Republic, max. 500 EUR for participation on BSPR/EuPA2023 conference
Max. 500 EUR for participation on EuPA2023 or HUPO2022 conference for any person from this group: Dirk Winkelhardt, Dominik Lux, Beyza Guven, Martha Ingola, Karin Schork
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