Scholarships and Awards
SIOP scholarship application closed
Congratulations to our 2019 Scholarship Winners!
|Muhammad Rahil Khan||Pakistan|
|Njodzeka Bernard Wirndzem||Cameroon|
|Mahmoud Ali Mahmoud Ali Afifi||Egypt|
|Marang Gorata Orapeleng||Botswana|
|Braghmandita Widya Indraswari||Indonesia|
|Lily Gloria Tagoe||Ghana|
|Fatou Binetou Diagne||Senegal|
|Lukambi Mbuli Robert||Democratic Republic of Congo|
|Zon Moe Phyu||Myanmar|
SIOP Nurse scholarship application closed
Congratulations to our 2019 Nurse Scholarship Recipients!
SIOP Young Investigator Award application closed
Congratulations to our Young Investigator 2019 Awardees!
|Leung||Kam Tong||Hong Kong|
SIOP offers many more awards and prizes throughout the year and kindly see an overview below:
This prize is awarded to the author of the best scientific article by a trainee in the field of paediatric oncology. The prize is given in honour of Dr. O. Schweisguth, founding member and first President of SIOP.
Congratulations to our 2019 Schweisguth Prize Recipient:
Amaury Leruste (France)
Lifetime Achievement Award
The Lifetime Achievement Award is bestowed upon any present or past member of the Society for his/her substantial contributions to paediatric oncology.
Congratulations to our 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award Recipients: Dr Maud Brunat – Mentigny (France) & Prof Peter B. Hesseling (South Africa)
Nursing Lifetime Achievement Award
The Nursing Lifetime Achievement Award is bestowed upon any present or past member of the society for his/her substantial contributions to paediatric oncology nursing.
Congratulations to our 2019 Nursing Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient: Dr Julia Challinor (USA)
The best poster in each medical/academic discipline, as stated on the abstract submission, is eligible for a poster prize.
St. Baldrick’s Robert J. Arceci Innovation Awards
Among other criteria, each nominee must work in a research environment with mentoring and support conducive of continued academic success and innovation; have presented, published, or received funding for highly innovative research with the potential to lead to critical discoveries or major advancements that will accelerate important advances in our understanding of childhood cancer.
The Scientific Committee selects the six highest scoring abstracts in the fields of basic and translational science, clinical trials and developing paediatric oncology programmes to be presented in the SIOP Awards Session during our Annual Meeting.