ESIM announces ‘Excellence in Integrative Medicine Research Awards’

The European Society for Integrative Medicine (ESIM), with support from Heel, announces a new international research prize in integrative medicine: the "Excellence in Integrative Medicine Research Award." Applicants are asked to submit papers by May 30, 2012.    

"This international research prize recognizes innovative and outstanding scientific papers in the field of integrative medicine, thus fostering collaboration between conventional and complementary medicine," emphasizes Dr. Ghassan Andraos, Head of Global Medicine at Biologische Heilmittel Heel GmbH.

The ESIM research prize is awarded in two categories: one for clinical investigations, the other for basic research. Each of the two winners will be awarded the sum of 10, 000 euros. Submissions must be based on a scientific manuscript that has either already been published in a peer-reviewed journal in 2011 or 2012 or has been accepted for publication. The jury, which is made up of a selection of international experts in integrative medicine, will rate the papers according to three criteria: innovation, level of relevance and scientific excellence.

The winners of the "Excellence in Integrative Medicine Research Awards" will be announced at the 5th annual European Conference on Integrative Medicine (ECIM) to be held in Florence, Italy from September 21 to 22.

Source: European Society for Integrative Medicine


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