CALL FOR NOMINATION

MENA STROKE Pioneering Award ​

MENA Neurointervention Pioneering Award ​

MENA Early Career Award

Deadline: 15 Septamber 2022

The MENA Stroke Pioneering Award was first given in 2017 at the Cairo meeting. Professor Saher Hashem  received this prestigious recognition for his pioneering work in developing stroke practice in Kaser Eleiny University Hospital in cairo , Egypt . Professor Ashfaq Shuaib received this award in 2021 for his seminal contributions to our understanding of the Stroke research and pioneering the effort in SENTIS trial  and his contribution to settle down the first comprehensive neuroscience program in Hamed Inst. Doha (Qatar) . 

The MENA Stroke pioneering Award acknowledges outstanding contributions to the field of Stroke .  These contributions can be in basic, translational, and/or clinical aspects of Stroke medicine , and have had a profound influence in shaping the field. Any one in our field can nominate a candidate for this award.  The nominees will be considered by the MENA-SINO Award Committee Board. None of the current Award Committee Board can themselves be considered for this award. This award comes with a monetary prize and a memorial sculpture.

We invite the entire MENA-SINO community to suggest candidates for this award. Please e-mail the award committee with your thoughts to admin@mena-sino.com using the subject line ‘2023 MENA Stroke Pioneering Award’. You can simply suggest a name, without any commentary or justification, or you can provide a justification.  Regardless, these nominations will be collated, counted, and shared with the award committee.  Your input is greatly appreciated and will likely influence the award selection.  The deadline for nominations is 15 September 2022. Please mention in your email that your nomination is for the 2023 MENA Stroke Pioneering Award.

For all awards, recipients are selected by the Board Members of Award Committee of MENA-SINO: Basic, Translational and Clinical Research in Stroke, with consideration given to the diversity of the meeting. The financial aspects of these awards are supported by MENA-SINO.

Deadline: 15 Septamber 2022

The MENA Neurointervention Pioneering Award will be for the first time presented this year by MENA-SINO . 

The MENA Neurointervention pioneering Award acknowledges outstanding contributions to the field of Neurointervention .  These contributions can be in basic, translational, and/or clinical aspects of Neurointervention , and have had a profound influence in shaping the field. Any one in our field can nominate a candidate for this award.  The nominees will be considered by the MENA-SINO Award Committee Board. None of the current Award Committee Board can themselves be considered for this award. This award comes with a monetary prize and a memorial sculpture.

We invite the entire MENA-SINO community to suggest candidates for this award. Please e-mail the award committee with your thoughts to admin@mena-sino.com using the subject line ‘2023 MENA Neurointervention Pioneering Award’. You can simply suggest a name, without any commentary or justification, or you can provide a justification.  Regardless, these nominations will be collated, counted, and shared with the award committee.  Your input is greatly appreciated and will likely influence the award selection.  The deadline for nominations is 15 September 2022. Please mention in your email that your nomination is for the 2023 MENA Neurointervention Pioneering Award.

For all awards, recipients are selected by the Board Members of Award Committee of MENA-SINO: Basic, Translational and Clinical Research in Neurointervention , with consideration given to the diversity of the meeting. The financial aspects of these awards are supported by MENA-SINO.

Deadline: 15 September 2022

The MENA Early Career Award was awarded for the first time at the 2019 Cairo meeting to Saima Ahmed MD, Neuroradiology Department Lahore General (Pakistan) Dr. Ahmed’s received the award for his research on developing new and improved covered stent for CVF disease treatment. In 2021 Dr Recep Baydemir MD , from Erciyes Üniversitesi (Turkey) for his research on predictors of first pass successful recanalization in patients underwent thrombectomy with ADAPT technique -Multicenter study 

The MENA Early Career Award recognizes the impact on the field of Stroke and or Neurointervention of an individual early in their career.  The awardee must be 15 years or less since last academic degree or fellowship, and will be selected on the basis of outstanding contributions to the field of cerebrovascular disorders , whether in basic, translational and/or clinical research and therapeutics .  

Applicants should submit a synopsis of their contributions (≤ 600 words), a list of 5 most important references relevant to the field of Stroked or Neurointervention , and 2 letters of support from outside their institution. All submissions will be electronic and submitted to the email address, admin@mena-sino.com, with the subject line “2023 MENA Early Career Award”.  The awardee will be invited to present a plenary lecture at the Cairo , Egypt meeting, and will receive a certificate, travel expenses, and a cash prize. The deadline for receipt of applications is 15 September 2022.

For all awards, recipients are selected by the Award Committee with consideration given to the diversity of the meeting. The financial aspects of these awards are supported by MENA-SINO.