10th International Medis Awards
In presenting the International Medis Awards for Medical Research, the International Scientific Committee seeks out the best applied research achievements in selected areas of medicine. Through awarding selected works, the project enhances awareness and promotes the importance of research for the development of medical science in the region and contributes to the diagnosis and treatment of disease.
At the opening of the 10th International Medis Awards, the President of the International Scientific Committee Prof. Borut Štrukelj, MSc Pharm, PhD, from the Department of Pharmaceutical Biology, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Ljubljana, said:
"I encourage doctors and pharmacists who conduct research alongside their regular clinical practice to apply. I believe that by doing so, you will increase the visibility of your research and clinical work in the scientific community. Furthermore, your research has the potential to attract a wider audience and increase the recognition of researchers' achievements from this region of Europe among the general public. Join the community of researchers who contribute to shaping the future of healthcare."
The annual International Medis Awards for Medical Research contest is open to medical doctors and pharmacists from nine countries of Central and South-Eastern Europe:
- Bosnia and Herzegovina
- North Macedonia
Medical doctors and pharmacists who are actively involved in clinical practice can apply with their research work from nine different fields:
Gastroenterology, Gynecology, Intensive Care Medicine and Anesthesiology, Neurology, Ophthalmology, Pediatrics, Pharmacy, Pulmonology and Allergology, Rheumatology
Doctors and pharmacists who published their scientific research contributions in the most prestigious scientific publications, i.e. those with an impact factor higher than 1.500, and who met following conditions, are eligible to compete in the 10th International Medis Awards:
- Published original article;
- Impact factor (IF) of scientific publication greater than 1.500;
- Work published between 1 October 2022 and 31 October 2023 (13 months);
- Each individual research paper may be submitted only once;
- Active daily involvement in clinical practice;
- Potential contribution to diagnosis and treatment.
Committee’s Evaluation Scoreboard