Career Development Lecture
Applications for 2021 are closed.
One of the highlights of the yearly meeting is the Career Development Lecture.
The Artery Executive Committee gives the floor to up to three junior post-doctoral researchers to give a 15 minute presentation. Presenters are encouraged to highlight important findings achieved in their career so far, and to contextualize them. The presentation should give an overview of the researcher’s career, achievements, future plans, et cetera (contrary to a regular conference abstract presentation which would be an in-depth presentation about a particular study).
Candidates will have completed their PhD within the past seven years, have a substantial publication track record and pursue to continue their (academic) career in the field. Young Investigators may be from outside the EU, provided that they have conducted a significant part of their research in an EU country.
In addition to submitting an abstract for the conference, selected candidates will later be required to produce an extended paper/review of their presentation for publication in Artery Research, the society’s Journal. Papers should be between 2,000 – 3,000 words, with a maximum of three figures or tables and no more than 40 references.
The winner of the Artery Career Development Lecture is awarded €500 and the winner’s name is engraved in a perpetual silver platter.
The selection of the Career Development Lecturer by the Artery Executive Committee is final.
Candidates are typically nominated by their current and/or past research supervisors, but self-nominations are welcome. Required documents for application are: the abstract of the work to be presented, a letter of motivation and a CV; a support letter from a senior researcher in the field is recommended.
Researchers not selected in previous editions may apply as long as they still comply to the aforementioned criteria.
If you have any queries or require further information please contact the Secretariat: firstname.lastname@example.org
Previous winners include:
ARTERY19 – Budapest, 2019 Joint Winners
Dr Dean Picone (Menzies University of Tasmania, Australia)
“Accurate measurement of blood pressure”
Dr Bernhard Hametner (AIT Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria)
“Quantification of pulse wave reflections: bridging theory and practice”
ARTERY18 – Guimaraes, 2018 Dr Jeremy Lagrange (Germany)
“The regulatory role of coagulation factors on arterial function”
ARTERY17 – Pisa, 2017 Dr Bart Spronck (USA)
“Stiff vessels approached in a flexible way: Advancing quantification and interpretation of arterial stiffness”
ARTERY16 – Copenhagen, 2016 Dr Thomas van Sloten (Maastricht)
“Vascular dysfunction: at the heart of cardiovascular disease, cognitive impairment and depressive symptoms”
ARTERY15 – Krakow, 2015 Dr Rosa Maria Bruno (Pisa)
“Vascular adaptation to extreme conditions”
ARTERY14 – Maastricht, 2014 Abigail Swillens (Ghent)
“A multiphysics computer modelling framework in support of the quest for reliable and robust local arterial stiffness assessment”
ARTERY13 – London, 2013 Dr Alban Redheuil (Paris)
“Cardiovascular aging: insights from MR Imaging”
ARTERY12 – Vienna, 2012 Dr Ernst Rietszchel (Ghent)
“Getting a grip on arterial stiffness: the Asklepios Study”
ARTERY11 – Paris, 2011 Dr Kaisa Maki-Petaja (Cambridge)
“Inflammation and large arteries”
ARTERY10 – Verona, 2010 Dr Francis Verbeke (Ghent)
“Arterial stiffness and vascular calcification in dialysis patients”
ARTERY9 – Cambridge, 2009 Miss Nathalie Mercier (Nancy)
“Role of semicarbazide-sensitive amine oxidase in the arterial wall”
ARTERY8 – Ghent, 2008 Dr James Sharman (Queensland)
“New insights into cardiovascular risk from the exercise central waveform”
ARTERY7 – Prague, 2007 Dr Justin Davies (London)
“Importance of the aortic reservoir in determining the shape of the arterial pressure waveform – the forgotten lessons of Frank”
ARTERY6 – Athens, 2006 Dr Azra Mahmud (Dublin)
“Reducing arterial stiffness and wave reflection – quest for the holy grail?”