We are delighted to announce that Cavernoma Alliance UK (CAUK) is launching the “Caver-no-more 2030” essay prize for papers on anything related to cavernoma, with an award of £500 for the winner. This essay prize is being launched as part of CAUK’s “Caver-no-more 2030” strategy with an ambitious goal of finding a cure for this debilitating condition by 2030.
In addition to the cash prize the Editor of the British Journal of Neurosurgery will review the paper and, if considered to be of an acceptable standard, will publish the article. The winner will also have an opportunity to present their paper at a SBNS meeting.
The winner will be determined by judges from the SBNS and the editor of the BJNS. The winner will be awarded their prize at the International Cavernoma Alliance UK Forum on the 8th June 2019. The entry criteria for the prize are as follows:
- Open to trainees in neurosciences or recently appointed consultants;
- Approximately 3000 words in length excluding references, figures or tables;
- To include original unpublished material or observations;
- Declaration required from applicants stating they have performed most (i.e. more than 50%) of the work, with a letter to this effect from their Head of Department;
Submission deadline of midnight on Sunday 17th March 2019 at the end of Brain Awareness Week, with all entries to be sent to our CAUK Founder and Expert by Experience Coordinator Dr Ian Stuart email@example.com. We very much look forward to receiving your submissions.
About Cavernoma Alliance UK
Formed in 2005 CAUK is a charity representingthe 1 in 600 people with an asymptomatic cavernoma and the 1 in 400,000 people who do experience symptoms from their cavernoma. CAUK is a member led organisationrun by and for those impacted by the condition, their carers and friends.The charity works from a model of empowerment, recognising the value of members’ lived experience providing mutual support; promoting awareness; and driving research into finding a cure. As a charity we exist for members at every point in their lives, providing holistic person-centred support.
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