EACPT 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award

Welcome to the voting pages for the 2017 EACPT Lifetime Achievement Awards. On the right hand menu on this page, you will be able to view information about the candidates, including nomination letters, biography and cv The right hand menu also includes a link allowing you to vote for your top three preferences for the nominated candidates.

This major international prize is awarded for significant achievement, both for the benefit of science and also for the benefit and health of the specialty, over a whole working life. The winner will be chosen by the EACPT Council members following nominations from members of EACPT Council and from EACPT National member Societies.

The candidates

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Kim Brøsen

Professor, Denmark

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Sir Alasdair Muir Breckenridge

Professor, United Kingdom

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Stéphane Laurent

Professor, France

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Jan Schellens

Professor, The Netherlands

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Urs Albert Meyer

Professor, Switzerland

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Pertti J. Neuvonen

Professor, Finland

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Vladimir G. Kukes

Professor, Russia

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The successful candidate

  1. The Award will be presented at the EACPT Congress in Prague, 24-27 June 2017.
  2. The Award winner will be expected to give an Award Lecture at the Congress, which will be recorded for posting on the EACPT website.
  3. The Award winner will also be expected to provide a paper for publication in the official EACPT journal Clinical Therapeutics.