Science Award of the Kurt and Erika Palm Foundation 2023 (apply until 27 Mar 2023)
The German Heart Foundation, together with the German Society for Prevention and Rehabilitation of Cardiovascular Diseases (DGPR), will award the Kurt and Erika Palm Foundation Science Prize for the sixth time in 2023. The prize money amounts to 10.000 € and is divided between the first place winner with 6.000 €, the second place winner with 3.000 € and the third place winner with 1.000 €. The prize is awarded for scientific work in the field of prevention and rehabilitation of cardiovascular diseases. Scientists working in Germany up to the age of 40 are eligible to participate. The paper must not exceed 20 pages in total. It may already have been published, but not earlier than in the year preceding the call for proposals. The title and abstract in German must always precede the submitted work. The work should not be in the application process for another science award.
The application documents including a tabular CV and the declaration of consent of the co-authors as well as their indication of their work shares are to be submitted as a PDF file by e-mail (email@example.com) by 27 March 2023 at the latest. Application information is available at www.herzstiftung.de/wissenschaftspreise.
All applications will be submitted to a review panel and evaluated by them according to a point system.
In the event of an award, the applicants undertake to prepare a generally understandable abstract for publication in the journal of the German Heart Foundation HERZ heute. The Executive Board of the German Heart Foundation decides on the awarding of the prizes in agreement with the reviewers. The awards will be presented at the 49th Annual Meeting of the German Society for Prevention and Rehabilitation of Cardiovascular Diseases (DGPR) 2023 in Berlin (23-24 June 2023). For more information, contact Valerie Popp (phone 069 955128-119, e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org).