Grants & Awards

  • EAACI offers Educational Grants and Awards. EAACI Awards include the Clinical and Research Fellowships and the JM Abstract Awards, as well as the Medals and the Allergopharma Award which are awarded to different categories of scientists based on excellence, according to criteria described under each award category. The winners of the EAACI Awards are announced yearly during the annual EAACI Congress. Specific requirements, application and all relevant information is available from the relevant section.
  • EAACI Educational Grants

    EAACI offers a number of Educational Grants each year to help members in financial difficulty to cover the cost of their membership. The Educational Grant includes an online access to the journals of Allergy and Pediatric Allergy and Immunology (PAI) through the Members Area.
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  • EAACI Clinical & Research Fellowship Awards

    EAACI provides Clinical and Research Fellowship Awards to its JMs every year.

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  • EAACI Allergopharma Award

    The EAACI Allergopharma Research Award was first established in 2000 on the initiative of Allergopharma Joachim Ganzer KG in collaboration with the European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. It is intended that the award should recognise scientific achievement of young scientists working in the field of allergy and encourage their engagement in further research. Therefore, the award is open to EAACI Junior Members who have conducted their research in a European centre.

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  • 2005 Medal Awards

    Winners of the 2005 EAACI Medals

     

    Clemens von Pirquet Medal for Clinical Research:
    Dietrich Kraft

     

    Daniel Bovet Award for Treatment and Prevention:
    Bengt Björksten

     

    The Paul Ehrlich Award for Experimental Research:

    Barry Kay

     

    The Charles Blackley Award for Promotion of the Speciality in Europe: Alain de Weck

  • PhARF Award 2011

    The Scientific Committee of PhARF (consisting of the Presidents of EAACI, AAAAI and WAO) has now chosen 4 final candidates for the PhARF Award 2011.

    Who the winner is will be revealed at the Award Ceremony Monday 13 June at the EAACI congress in Istanbul.


    For more information about the time and location of the Award Ceremony and
    who the awardees are, please link to our homepage:

    http://www.phadia.com/en/About-us/PhARF/The-PhARF-Award-2011/
  • 2011 EAACI Noon Award




    In 1911, Leonard Noon, followed closely by John Freeman, published the first reports on allergen immunotherapy in The Lancet. One century later, EAACI is celebrating this pioneering work in 2011.

    EAACI is developing different initiatives, in order to highlight the importance of this initial work, which has rendered in the actual state of the art in allergen immunotherapy. EAACI’s key goal regarding the 100 year celebration in the immunotherapy field in 2011 is to achieve greater attention to immunotherapy, to reach out to more doctors and to get more patients treated appropriately.

    One of the highlights of this campaign is to dedicate an EAACI Noon Award to a scientist/doctor/researcher who has made an outstanding contribution in the “Immunotherapy” field. This Award will be presented during the EAACI Congress 2011 in Istanbul.

    For further information, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


  • 2011 EAACI Educational Grants

    EAACI offers a number of Educational Grants each year to help members in financial difficulty to cover the cost of their yearly membership. The educational grant includes a subscription to the journals ''Allergy'' and "Pediatric Allergy and Immunology''. All Individual and Affiliate Members in EAACI who can motivate their application are welcome to apply for this grant.
    2011 Educational Grant
    Download the application form and send it
    by post:

    EAACI Headquarters
    Matthias Paulovics
    Membership Coordinator
    Genferstrasse 21
    8002 Zurich
    Switzerland
    Telephone: +41 44 205 55 33
    Fax: +41 44 205 55 39
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  • PhARF (Phadia Allergy Research Forum) Award

    PHARF Award 2018 – nominations by 31st August 2018

    It is now time to nominate your chosen candidate for the 2018 PhARF Award.
    The objective of PhARF is to encourage progress in allergy research, specifically through the PhARF Award, which is aimed at recognising outstanding younger investigators. To nominate, click here.

    In 1967 immunoglobulin E, IgE, was discovered by two separate research teams; one in Denver, Colorado, US, led by Kimishige and Teruko Ishizaka, and the other in Uppsala, Sweden, by S.G.O. Johansson, Hans Bennich and Leif Wide.
    PhARF (Phadia Allergy Research Forum) was established by Pharmacia Diagnostics (later Phadia and now Thermo Fisher Scientific, ImmunoDiagnostics) in 1987 to honor the 20th anniversary of this discovery. Today PhARF is a collaboration between Uppsala University and Thermo Fisher Scientific, ImmunoDiagnostics.

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  • EAACI Educational Grants

    EAACI offers a number of Educational Grants each year to help members in financial difficulty to cover the cost of their yearly membership.

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  • EAACI Research Fellowship Awards

    Aims:
    1. To support research and training of EAACI Junior Members and Affiliates (JMAs) by offering short (3 months), medium (6 months), or long-term (1 year) fellowships in a foreign European country.
    2. To increase the mobility of young researchers within Europe. Movement between EAACI members outside of Europe can also be considered.
    3. To spread the implementation of new techniques between European laboratories.
    4. To highlight the work of EAACI JMAs through increased publications and a special Fellowship event at the EAACI Annual Congresses.

    Fellowship’s duration: 3, 6 and 12 months

    Target: EAACI Junior Members and Affiliates (JMAs)

    Winner’s announcement:
    The formal announcement of the winners will take place after the JMA poster session on the EAACI annual meeting. Nevertheless, all applicants will receive a formal answer by e-mail regarding their application till the end of February.

    Fellowship’s schedule: all fellows will have one year after the formal announcement to complete their fellowship, depending on the centres/fellow availability.

    Grants: The winners of the clinical fellowships will have a grant of:
    20000 Euros (Long - term Fellowship)
    10000 Euros (Medium - term Fellowship)
    5000 Euros (Short – term Fellowship)
    provided by EAACI in order to pay expenses for accommodation and travels, for which they must present receipts. Salary would be provided by the hospital of origin.

    Final Reports: At the end of the fellowship the candidate has to make a report emphasising the activities made, as well as critics/suggestions. A brief report of the candidate would also be made by the centre.

    Documents to be attached separately to the application:
    -    curriculum vitae (1 A4 page maximum)
    -    publication list (title, author list + journal issue page)
    -    project description (4 pages maximum)
    -    Home Institution Release Form
    -    Host Acceptance Form

    EAACI Headquarters
    Sladjana Scepan
    Education and Specialty Manager
    Genferstrasse 21
    8002 Zurich
    Switzerland
    Telephone: +41 44 205 55 33
    Fax: +41 44 205 55 39
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  • EAACI Medal Award

    Four Medal Awards will be awarded annually by EAACI during the annual congress to outstanding personalities with a strong and long lasting record of contributions.

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  • 2011 Allergopharma Award


    The 11th Allergopharma Award, 2011 in the value of Euro 10,000

    The Allergopharma Award was first established in 2000 on the initiative of Allergopharma Joachim Ganzer KG and in collaboration with the European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. It is intended that the Award should recognize scientific achievement on the part of younger members of the EAACI in the field of allergy and encourage their engagement in further research. Applications for the Award are therefore restricted to members or affiliates of the EAACI, under the age of 40 years, who have conducted their research in a European centre.

    An application for consideration for the award shall take the form of a full research paper published in an international peer reviewed journal in 2008/2010, together with a covering letter detailing the extent of the applicant's contribution to the research, and curriculum vitae including a full list of publications. The applications will be considered by an ad hoc Commission nominated by the EAACI Executive Committee and Allergopharma. The 11th Award will be presented during the European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology Congress, Istanbul 2011.

    Postal applications can be sent to:
    EAACI Headquarters
    Genferstrasse 21
    CH-8002 Zurich
    Switzerland
    Tel: + 41 44 205 55 33
    Fax: +41 44 205 55 39
    www.eaaci.net

    Allergopharma Joachim Ganzer KG is committed to furthering excellence in allergy diagnosis and specific immunotherapy through investment in scientific research.

    Further information can be obtained from:
    Allergopharma Joachim Ganzer KG
    21462 Reinbek, Germany
    Phone:  +49 40 72765-185
    Fax:  +49 40 72765-318
    www.allergopharma.com
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