ENETS Grants & Awards

ENETS offers numerous funding opportunities in its grant and award programme to its members and the wider NET community. These opportunities fall into three categories:

  • Scientific grants
  • Educational grants
  • Travel grants

Calls for proposals may vary from year to year.

ENETS is currently offering up to 20 ENETS Travel Grants to attend the 19th Annual ENETS Conference in Barcelona, Spain, on 10 - 11 March 2022.

Below you will find information pertaining to ENETS grants and ongoing grant projects.

ENETS Travel Grants 2022

Apply now for one of up to 20 ENETS Travel Grants to attend the 19th Annual ENETS Conference.

Scientfic Grants

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ENETS CoE Synergy Grant

The ENETS CoE synergy grant is designed to:

  • Increase collaboration within NET Centers / ENETS Centers of Excellence (CoE).
  • Accelerate recruiting in prospective and retrospective clinical trials.
  • Achieve reliable numbers of data answering NEN-relevant scientific questions.
  • Involve young researchers in collaborative research.
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ENETS Translational Medicine Fellowship

The ENETS Translational Medicine Fellowship is a matched funding initiative between IPSEN and ENETS. Click the button below to read more about this grant.

Educational Grants

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ENETS Travel Grant 2022

For our 19th Annual ENETS Conference and the 1st World NET Forum in 2022, ENETS will offer up to 20 travel grants for physicians and scientists with a particular interest in neuroendocrine neoplasms. Travel grants will be awarded to scientists who have submitted outstanding abstracts in basic, translational, and clinical science.

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ENETS CoE Training Fellowship

The ENETS CoE Training Fellowship is designed to allow young physicians in training (both clinicians and researchers) to gain deeper insight into NET patient management at an ENETS Center of Excellence (CoE).

Grant and Award Recipients in 2021

The following grants and awards have been awarded within the framework of the 18th Annual ENETS Conference 2021 to:

ENETS Translational Medicine Fellowship:

  • Jules Derks (NED)

Best oral abstracts in the category for basic science:

  • First place: Kenta Kawasaki (JPN)
  • Second place: Talya Dayton (NED)

Best oral abstracts in the category for clinical science:

  • First place: Riccardo Laudicella (ITA)
  • Second place: Uli Fehrenbach (GER)

Best poster prizes in the category for basic science:

  • Eugenia Xu (USA), Gitta Boons (BEL), Angela Lamarca (GBR), Beatriz Soldevilla (ESP), Lulu Tanno (GBR)

Best poster prizes in the category for clinical science:

  • David Chan (AUS), Mark Kidd (USA), Ieva Lase (SWE), Jiangyuan Yu (CHN), Wenjia Zhu (CHN)

Grant and Award Recipients in 2020

The following grants and awards have been awarded within the framework of the 17th Annual ENETS Conference 2020 to:

ENETS Centers of Excellence (CoE) Training Fellowship:

  • Samia Arifi (MAR)
  • Katarzyna Blazejczyk (GER)
  • Kosmas Daskalakis (SWE)
  • Marisa Peralta Ferreira (POR)
  • Marina Tsoli (GRE)
  • Vasiliki Venetsanaki (GRE)

Grant and Award Recipients in 2019

The following grants and awards have been awarded within the framework of the 16th Annual ENETS Conference 2019 to:

ENETS Centers of Excellence (CoE) Synergy Grant:

  • Jerome Cros (FRA)
  • Alberto Larghi (ITA)
  • Ilaria Marinoni (SUI)

ENETS Translational Medicine Fellowship:

  • Valentina Andreasi (ITA)

ENETS Centers of Excellence (CoE) Training Fellowship:

  • Virginia Liberini (ITA)
  • Vera Megdanova (BUL)

Best oral abstracts in the category for basic science:

  • First place: Lynnette Fernandez-Cuesta (FRA)
  • Second place: Teresa Sposito (GBR)

Best oral abstracts in the category for clinical science:

  • First place: Anela Blazevic (NED)
  • First place: Jaume Capdevila (ESP)
  • Second place: Grace Kong (AUS)

Best poster prizes in the category for basic science:

  • First place: Talya Dayton (NED)
  • Second place: Sergio Pedraza-Arévalo (ESP)
  • Third place: Alison Berner (GBR)

Best poster prizes in the category for clinical science:

  • First place: Teodora Kolarova (USA)
  • Second place: Joakim Crona (SWE)
  • Third place: Paula Jimenez-Fonseca (ESP)

Historical Scientific Grant Winners

Below is a list of scientific grant recipients prior to 2019:

ENETS CoE Excellence Academy Fellowship:

  • Jorge Barriuso (GBR), awarded in 2017
  • Mauro Cives (ITA), awarded in 2017
  • Henning Jann (GER), awarded in 2015
  • Elettra Merola (ITA), awarded in 2017
  • Christodoulos Pipinikas (GBR), awarded in 2017

ENETS CoE Young Investigator Grant:

  • Alexa Childs (GBR), awarded in 2017
  • Joakim Crona (SWE), awarded in 2016
  • Jerome Cros (FRA), awarded in 2015
  • Melissa Frizziero (GBR), awarded in 2018

ENETS Translational Medicine Fellowship (co-sponsored by IPSEN):

  • Su Chen Li (SWE), awarded in 2015
  • Gianfranca Corna (ITA), awarded in 2017

Håkan Ahlman Award:

  • Vincenzo Corbo (ITA), awarded in 2018
  • Ilaria Marinoni (SUI), awarded in 2015
  • Rajesh Thakker (GBR), awarded in 2017