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Gut-IDDF Young Investigator Award

One of the IDDF’s goals is to help young investigators publicize their research findings in an international setting. We welcome and recognize your research based on its scientific quality. Our international scientific committee of distinguished gastroenterologists and hepatologists carefully evaluates all submitted abstracts and selects up to 20 abstracts that demonstrate the highest quality research. These abstract authors will be invited to give a webcast presentation at the IDDF, and each of them will be presented with a Certificate of Merit. The best three of the presented abstracts will be recognized with the prestigious Gut-IDDF Young Investigator Award, the IDDF’s highest form of recognition for outstanding research.

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What you’ll get
  • US$3,000 cash prize for winner
  • US$1,500 cash prize for two runners-up
  • Abstracts to be published in the online supplement of Gut
  • Complimentary IDDF registration
  • Certificates jointly issued by Gut and IDDF
Eligibility
  • Under the age of 45 on 4 September 2021
  • Conduct clinical or basic research in gastroenterology or hepatology
  • Attend the IDDF 2021

e-Poster

All submitted abstracts that are accepted by the IDDF Scientific Committee will be published in the online supplement of Gut and displayed as e-posters at the IDDF. E-posters are accessible on the poster terminals onsite and the webcast for the duration of the whole conference.

Poster of Distinction Award

Up to 20 best e-posters that are selected by the IDDF Scientific Committee will be recognized with a Certificate of Poster of Distinction Award. On the e-poster terminals onsite, these selected e-posters will be highlighted as posters of distinction.

What you’ll get
  • Abstracts to be published in the online supplement of Gut
  • Complimentary IDDF registration
  • Certificates jointly issued by Gut and IDDF
Eligibility
  • Conduct clinical or basic research in gastroenterology or hepatology