The EASO Friedrich Wassermann Award is a highly prestigious award that recognises outstanding and sustained scientific contributions to the advancement of knowledge in the field of obesity. This is a lifetime award for Senior European researchers. The award is presented at every second European Congress on Obesity and recognises scientists who have shown dedication and have contributed significantly to the field of obesity.
To be eligible for the Wassermann Award the applicant must:
- Be a senior scientist
- Have carried out the majority of work in Europe (although a proportion of work may have been performed outside of Europe)
- Be nominated by an EASO member National Association
EASO encourages all affiliated National Associations to nominate candidates for this Award. No self nominations will be accepted.
Nomination of candidates should include:
- Name of candidate with full institutional affiliation
- Letter of recommendation (maximum 2 pages – written by the person nominating the candidate)
- Full CV of candidate, including publications list
- PDFs of five key papers published by the candidate
The Award winner will be invited to present their research as a Plenary Lecture at ECO2021.
Nominations should be sent to the EASO Secretariat at [email protected]. The deadline for receipt of applications is 28 February 2021. Applications received after this date will NOT be considered.