Programmes & Awards
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Every year, EAACI awards a number of fellowships to Junior Members or members in training, interested in increasing their knowledge and skills at Europe’s leading scientific institutions.
The aims of the Clinical Fellowships are to spread the medical specialty of allergy and clinical immunology throughout Europe and to promote fellowships in allergy and clinical immunology in order to support highly skilled specialists in this field in Europe. The Fellowships are for EAACI members in training for allergy and clinical immunology early in their careers and are not intended for well-established specialists.
The EAACI Research Fellowships supports research and training of EAACI Junior Members (JMs) in another European country, fosters the exchange of knowledge and techniques and the implementation of new techniques throughout European laboratories. The work of EAACI JMAs will be highlighted through an increased publication activity and a dedicated event during the EAACI Annual Congress.
EAACI Junior Members Mentorship Programme (MP) aims to promote ongoing educational and professional opportunities for young scientists and enhancing the JMs capacity as a professional.
EAACI Junior Members Mentorship Programme (MP) aims to promote ongoing educational and professional opportunities for young scientists and enhancing the JMs capacity as a professional. The MP is expected to improve the knowledge transfer from experienced professionals to juniors, as well as increasing the JMs’ appreciation of, and orientation within, the field.
EAACI Awards are given to different categories of scientists based on excellence in their respective fields: be it clinical research, treatment and prevention, experimental research or promotion of the allergy specialty.
EAACI PhARF Award
The objective of PhARF (Phadia Allergy Research Forum) is to encourage progress in allergy research, specifically through the PhARF Award, which is aimed at providing Research Grant funding to recognising outstanding younger Investigators (maximum 45 years old).
It is intended that the award should recognize scientific achievement of young scientists working in the field of allergy and encourage their engagement in further research. Therefore, the award is open to EAACI Junior Members who have conducted their research in a European centre.