European Integration Fellowship Reports

See who has benefited from a European Integration Fellowship and read their reports

This six-week fellowship was introduced in 2016 and offered to young oncologists - in training or qualified - practising in a country that joined the European Union after 2004 or in a European country classified by the World Bank as low, lower-middle or upper-middle income. It is intended for YOs from these countries to gain first-hand experience and training on a tumour specific area or special skill at a European centre recognised by ESMO. ESMO match the wishes of the awardees with a suitable host institute, thus the applicant does not need to make contact with possible host institutes beforehand. A tailored six-week programme is then agreed upon in collaboration with the selected institute.

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2018 European Integration Fellowships

  • Stefan-Alexandru Artene, Romania
  • Nina Fokter Dovnik, Slovenia
  • Gokmen Umut Erdem, Turkey
  • Urška Janžič, Slovenia

2017 European Integration Fellowships

  • Bohdan Bidovanets, Ukraine

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  • Jelena Spasic, Serbia

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  • Petar Suton, Croatia

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2016 European Integration Fellowships

  • Tomi Kovacevic, Serbia

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  • Milan Paul Kubelac, Romania

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  • Anu Planken, Estonia

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  • Kamil Zalewski, Poland