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The EASL Emerging Leader Award is a yearly award specifically dedicated to young fellows. Every year, the EASL Governing Board and Young Investigators Task Force select two YI Awardees based on their international liver research achievements to-date.

To apply, you must be 40 years old or less and be an active EASL member.

Your presence at the International Liver Congress™ is mandatory to receive your EASL Emerging Leader Award. Awardees will also be invited to publish a review in the Journal of Hepatology. Note that a minimum of three original articles as first or last author in a journal with an impact factor of six or more is required.

Before applying please make sure that you have prepared the following:

  • EASL membership number
  • Detailed CV
  • Recommendation letter
  • List of publications and invited presentations in international conferences
  • Three of your most prominent publications with journal impact factor not less than six
  • H-Index, number of publications in Pubmed and total number of citations

The online application process is easily completed in a few steps.

For more information about the EASL Emerging Leader Award or the application process, please contact yi@easloffice.eu

See past EASL Emerging Leader Awardees
EASL Emerging Leader Ceremony
EASL Emerging Leader Award Ceremony

EASL Emerging Leader Award application checklist

The EASL Emerging Leader Award is a yearly award specifically dedicated to young fellows. Below, you will find the major key points and rules to prepare your application.

Do you qualify?

  • You are 40 years old or younger
  • You are an EASL member
  • You have a minimum of three publications as 1st or last author in a journal with an impact factor of six or more

Please provide:

  • EASL membership number
  • Birth date
  • H-Index
  • Letter of reference
  • CV of three pages or less
  • Total number of citations

Requirements, if awarded:

  • I accept to participate at the General Session 3 Award Ceremony.
  • I accept to publish a review in the Journal of Hepatology (restrictions may apply).
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