BMUS Young Investigator Award

The BMUS Young Investigator Award is open to all oral presenters under 35 years of age.

The authors of selected abstracts will be invited to present their work in a dedicated 'Young Investigator Session' being held on Thursday 10th December, where one winner will be selected by our panel of judges to win the prestigious title of BMUS Young Investigator.

The winner will be announced at the Conference Annual Gala Dinner which is being held on Thursday, 10th December 2015.

The prize includes an invitation to represent BMUS at EUROSON 2016 to be held in Leipzig (Germany) in October 2016, and includes travel and registration to the Congress with a chance of winning the title of 'European Young Investigator' and a EUR1000 cash prize.