Awards & Grants
ESCMID offers various grants and awards to support young and promising scientists as well as professionals residing in Low- or Lower-middle income countries (LMICs) to be able to attend the 34th ECCMID. It is important to support both the future leaders of our fields as well as those who may otherwise not be able to attend to promote the spread of scientific knowledge. You can read below about the opportunities available for the upcoming ECCMID.
Please note that it is not possible for a single presenting author to be awarded with more than one of the below grants in a single year.
If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to email the congress secretariat at eccmidinfo[at]escmid.org
ESCMID offers 100 travel grants to Young Scientist Members who have an accepted abstract for ECCMID 2024. The travel grant covers full registration to the Congress and a travel allowance of 500 EUR. The applicant must be the presenting author of an abstract submitted for the 34th ECCMID as well as an ESCMID Young Scientist Member. Only the presenting author is eligible to receive the grant.
Applications for ECCMID Travel Grants are integrated into the abstract submission process and are open from 16 October until 29 November 2023.
The names of successful applicants may be published on www.eccmid.org and other ESCMID publications.
The ISF/ESCMID Sepsis Award recognizes an outstanding sepsis abstract submitted to ECCMID every year. Applicants must be the presenting author for an accepted abstract in the field of sepsis submitted during the regular or late-breaking abstract submission periods.
The ISF (International Sepsis Forum) steering committee will review these sepsis-related abstracts and select a winner who will receive 500 USD. The ISF/ESCMID Sepsis Award is presented during a symposium jointly arranged by the ISF and the ECCMID Programme Committee. The awardee must be present and give a short oral presentation on their research after the award ceremony. Their name and the title of the project will be published in the Final Programme of ECCMID, the ESCMID Yearbook and on the ESCMID website.
Applications for the ISF/ESCMID Sepsis Award are integrated into the abstract submission process and are open from 16 October until 29 November 2023.
The ECCMID Outreach Grant is aimed at supporting and promoting ECCMID participation from persons residing in Low- and Lower-middle income countries (LMICs). Grantees of the ECCMID Outreach Grant receive free registration as well as a stipend to be used to support their flight tickets and accommodation for attending the Congress.
ECCMID Outreach Grantees must live/work in a Low- and Lower-middle income country as indicated by the World Bank classification for the 2023 fiscal year. ECCMID Outreach Grant applicants must also submit an abstract in the regular abstract submission period (16 October - 29 November 2023) to be eligible. It is not required that the abstract be accepted into the final ECCMID 2024 programme.
Applications for ECCMID Outreach Grants are integrated into the abstract submission process and are open from 16 October until 29 November 2023.
The ESCMID Study Group for Clinical Parasitology is happy to announce the possibility of applying for an attendance and travel grant for ECCMID 2024. The ESGCP will support five ESCMID members with accepted abstracts in the field of parasitology with 1000 EUR each. We will give preference to attendees from Low- and Lower-middle income countries (LMICs) and strive to keep a gender balance.
Applicants must fulfil the following criteria:
- Be ESCMID Member
- Be member of the ESGCP
- Attend onsite and be the presenter of an accepted abstract for ECCMID 2024
Please send your abstract, CV and a motivational letter (max 500 words) to the ESGCP secretary Jaya Shrivastava:
About the Foerderverein.
The ESCMID Foerderverein Grant is continuing for ECCMID 2024!
The Foerderverein Grant will again be used to support attendees residing or working in CM/ID in Low- and Lower-middle income countries (LMICs). Selected grantees will receive free registration to the Congress as well as having their flights and accommodation paid for.
Applicants must be ESCMID members, active in CM/ID and currently reside in an LMIC. Applicants will also be asked to provide a supporting letter by their institution or professor/attending as well as a formal motivation letter.
This grant does not require for applicants to have an abstract accepted or submitted to ECCMID to be eligible.
The applications will be reviewed after the deadline, and selected grantees will be contacted soon after. Applicants must have a valid ESCMID membership as well as reside in the countries listed here.
Applications to the ESCMID Foerderverein Grant until 29 September 2023 can be submitted here →