We welcome new member Pamela Naidoo who joined the committee recently.
WSO/ESO/GAINS Second training day, May 12, 2020: A Training opportunity for mid-career researchers
ESO-GAINS-WSO Early Career Investigators Workshop 2020
Tuesday, May 12, 2020 08:00 – 17:00
(European Stroke Organisation /Global Alliance of Independent Networks focused on Stroke trials (GAINS) / World Stroke Organization Early Career Investigators Workshop 2020)
We invite you to the second Early Career Investigators Training day, an event for emerging investigators from across the world. Participants to this dynamic day will have opportunity to learn about regional and global clinical research networks and hear from experienced clinician researchers about their pathways to success. Interactive sessions will give opportunities for participants to get feedback on their research ideas and to workshop common challenges faced in building research careers with experienced mentors from a range of disciplines. Participants can share experiences and create and extend their research networks (The full program details will be out soon – see our website for updates).
Are you Eligible?
We welcome applications from early career researchers (up to 10 years of academic career) from all disciplines.
Is there a cost and how do I register?
The event is FREE with conference registration. Simply complete registration for this event at the time your register for the main conference.
Venue: Congress Centre – rooms to be advised.
Submitting your research idea
To get the most out of this day, participants should consider submitting an expression of interest to present their research idea in a small session format. The topic areas include hyperacute ischaemic stroke, ICH, secondary prevention, stroke recovery and nursing, imaging, omics, epidemiology and cohorts.
You can either submit an abstract via the Conference portal
– topic “Young Stroke Physicians and Researchers: Research Design Workshop For Studies In Development” https://eso-wso-conference.org/abstract-topics-2/
Or submit your abstract to the Organisers directly via email@example.com
Participant numbers are restricted.
To apply, please send a short CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
To keep informed about the meeting, please visit the WSO website.
The Research Committee has now received two requests for endorsement of research activity. We are working through the process as outlined below now.
The application form can be found here.
To be eligible for consideration of the Research Committee the following criteria must be met:
The additional criteria below will also be assessed as part of the application process:
WSO members can submit a request to review to the WSO Head Office.
Please note that the WSO does not directly fund research, and no financial assistance can be provided to support projects endorsed by the WSO.
The Research Committee has commenced formation of a number of working groups to advance activities and projects. These include: 1) Research Training, 2) Research and stroke funding versus burden of disease, 3) Young stroke burden of disease and 4) Global burden of disease collaboration. We expect to be calling for WSO members with special interest and expertise in these areas to join in early 2020.
Research Committee Members
Julie Bernhardt (Chair), Roland Veltkamp (Co-Chair) Philip Bath, Martin Dichgans, Pamela Naidoo, Dar Dowlatshahi, Gloria Ekeng, Valery Feigin, Carmen Lahiff-Jenkins, David Liebeskind, Ye Liu, Sheila Martins, Jeyaraj Pandian, Ralph Sacco, Nana Rahamatou Aminou Tassiou, Else Sandset, Nils Henninger.
Achieving our vision of a life free from stroke is a task that WSO cannot achieve alone. We are committed to building our partnerships at the global, regional and national level to scale up and deliver improvements in prevention, treatment and support to reduce the burden of stroke.