EPA 2024 Research Prizes & Scholarships: Applications are open!
RESEARCH PRIZES (Deadline for application: 23 October 2023)
The EPA will award Research Prizes of €2000 each to 5 Early Career Psychiatrists working in the WHO Europe region, who have published the best scientific papers in 2023. From clinical psychopathology to child psychiatry, candidates have a chance to submit a published article in one of five different categories, including “Best paper published in European Psychiatry“, the official journal of the EPA committed to publishing cutting-edge clinical and biological research, disseminating key policy papers and fostering debate amongst all stakeholders in mental health.
Research Prize winners will also benefit from a free registration to the 2024 EPA Congress, and enjoy a wide range of state-of-the-art presentations, live moderation, discussions and more.
Research Prize Applications
Applications will be carefully reviewed by a jury. Eligible candidates must meet ALL of the below criteria:
- Qualify as an Early Career mental health professional (professional under 40 years old or within 5 years of completion of specialist training)
- Be the first author of an article published or accepted for publication in a scientific journal in 2023
- The article must be related to psychiatry or research in psychiatry
- Reside in a country included in the World Health Organisation Europe region
The application process of the EPA Research Prizes is fully internet-based.
Please prepare the following documents and information before you begin your application:
- An updated curriculum vitae in English
- A proof of ID
- Your published article
- If the article hasn’t been published yet, a proof from the publisher will be required
SCHOLARSHIPS (Deadline for application: 13 November 2023)
The EPA will also award 5 Scholarships to Early Career Psychiatrists and trainees in the WHO Europe region to attend the 2024 EPA Congress by getting a free registration, travel and hotel allowance, free access to one EPA course, and much more benefit