ESO Edinburgh Stroke Research Workshop
A 3-day course to help clinical academics develop a research question for a stroke-related PhD or MD project.
What is the ESO Edinburgh Stroke Research Workshop?
The ESO Edinburgh Stroke Research Workshop (formerly known as the Edinburgh Stroke Winter School) aims to help new or aspiring clinical academics develop answerable research questions.
We will concentrate on the first three steps of developing research project: defining your research question; choosing the best design; and presentation to potential funders and collaborators.
The Workshop is supported by the European Stroke Organisation (ESO).
Dates for the next Workshop
The 10th ESO Edinburgh Stroke Research Workshop will be held on 25th-27th September 2023.
What we offer
We are a Europe-wide group of stroke clinicians and researchers who study how to improve understanding of the causes and consequences of stroke, and how better to improve prevention and recovery.
Over the course of 3 days, we will work with you to develop a research question that is new and is feasible for a PhD or MD project.
At the end of the Workshop you will present your research question to a panel of experts.
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How to apply
Applications are now open. The deadline for the next Workshop has been extended to Thursday 15th June 2023. Successful applicants will be notified by the end of June 2023.
Places on the course are in high demand.
We encourage applications from all specialties relevant to patients with stroke, including (but not limited to): radiology, pathology, neurology, geriatrics, psychiatry, acute medicine, general practice, vascular surgery, physiotherapy, occupational therapy and nursing.
What should I do after the course?
Once you have finished the course, we encourage you to apply for funding with any one of the stroke research centres around the UK and the rest of the Europe.
How much does the course cost?
The course this year costs £300 which includes 3 nights’ accommodation & 3 course dinner.
Reduced rates/Scholarships are available, please enquire (email Judi.Clarke@ed.ac.uk).
Endorsed by the European Stroke Organisation
This meeting is endorsed and funded by the European Stroke Organisation. It is open to all who are interested in cerebrovascular diseases.
Dr Tom Moullaali (ESO Young Stroke Physicians and Researchers representative)
Dr Alastair Webb (ESO Education Committee representative)