The Clinical Fellowship aims to promote the development of patient care, clinical management and clinical research in paediatric endocrinology through a training programme in a European Clinical centre.
- About the ESPE Clinical Fellowship
- Financial Guidelines
- ESPE Clinical Fellowship Executive Report
The Clinical Fellowship is supported by an educational grant from Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany.
COVID-19 - The Clinical Fellowship Committee are closely monitoring the evolving COVID-19 situation and are happy to permit current fellows to who had started fellowships, but were interrupted, to complete them virtually. Fellows must complete their training to a standard deemed suitable by their host in order to receive a completion certificate and they must communicate with their hosts and fellowship mentors in order to establish how and when this will be appropriate. Fellows who have yet to start their visits will be informed on what steps to take shortly.
APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2020-21 INTAKE ARE NOW CLOSED. SELECTION FOR THE NEXT INTAKE HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL LATER IN 2021, ALL RECEIVED APPLICATIONS WILL BE CONSIDERED IN THIS SELECTION
- Applicants for the Fellowship should be fully trained in Paediatrics and/or have started training in Paediatric Endocrinology.
- All applicants should have the intention to pursue a career in Paediatric Endocrinology.
- Applicants should be supported by a Promoter coming from their current Department (Home Centre) and from the Head of the Department.
Commitment for a position in Paediatric Endocrinology following the completion of the Fellowship with, at least, preservation of the Candidate’s working post/position and, preferably, support for the possibility of promotion subsequently locally or in another national centre on successful completion of the Fellowship.
If an applicant has a specific host centre request, then a support letter or email from the host centre could be attached (optional).
The ESPE Clinical Fellowship Committee is a sub-committee of the ESPE Education and Training Committee which is appointed by the Council. The committee consists of a Chair, a Secretary and two members. The Committee is responsible for selecting the successful candidates from amongst the applicants, determining the length of the fellowship, selecting an appropriate host-centre and liaising with Fellows and Hosts during and immediately after the fellowship.
A representative of Merck is present at the Committee meetings and participates in the discussions including selection of the Fellows. However, they play no part in the final decision of the Committee regarding individual candidates and if voting is required, this is restricted to the ESPE Clinical Fellowship Committee members only.
How to Apply
Applications are now closed
Please refer to the detailed information in the 'About the ESPE Clinical Fellowship' section before you apply.
Information for recipients
The forms below are for recipients of the fellowship ONLY. Please refer to the financial guidelines for when these forms should be completed and returned by email to the ESPE Office. All receipts must be submitted with these forms except those for pocket money. Each receipt of payment should be sent as a SEPARATE individual PDF file that should be named as it is recorded in the Final Grant Accountability form. All monetary values should be converted to Euros on the receipts, if they are not already.
All presentations or scientific publications that arise from collaboration through the ESPE Clinical Fellowship Programme should be accompanied by the following text: “The presented work resulted from collaboration made possible through the Merck sponsored educational programme “ESPE Clinical Fellowship”.
2019: Chetankumar Dave (India), Dhivyalakshmi Jeevarathnam (India), Diana Miclea (Romania), Diana-Alexandra Ertl (Austria), Dogus Vuralli Karaoglan (Turkey), Farel Elilie Mawa Ongoth (Congo), Fozia Memon (Pakistan), Gunay Jabrayilova (Azerbaijan), Ioannis Kyrgios (Greece), Kiran Pabri (India), Lusine Navasardyan (Armenia), Nikhil Lohiya (India), Ourida Nasma Taleb (Algeria), Sapna Nayak (India), Ugo Chikani (Nigeria).
2018: Aashish Sethi (India), Beatriz Corredor Andres (Spain), Ebrhim Reham (Sudan), Hari Mangtani (India), Huseyin Anil Korkmaz (Turkey), Ingrida Stankute (Lithuania), Khurshid Urinov (Uzbekistan), Laman Sultanova (Azerbaijan), María Cecilia Mallo (Argentina), Marzhan Rakhimzhanova (Kazakhstan), Mya Sandar Thein (Burma), Nabat Aghayeva (Azerbaijan), Nadira Rouabah (Algeria), Neha Agarwal (India), Ruma Deshpande (India), Sona Samvelyan (Armenia)
2017: Olivia Al-Mustasim Said Ahmed Al-Hassan, Khartoum, Sudan; Julia Galhardo, Lisbon, Portugal; Agnieszka Bogusz, Warsaw, Poland; Babacar Niang, Dakar, Senegal; Garmia Chawla, Delhi, India; Teofana Bizerea, Timisoara, Romania; Malgorzata Wilk, Szczecin, Poland; Hassina Benlarbi, Reghaia, Algeria; Ruchi Parikh, Mumbai, India; Elzbieta Niechcial, Poznan, Poland; Dawood Salman Abdoun, Baghdad, Iraq; Anar Baibosynova, Kazakhstan, Almaty; Diliara Gubaeva, Moscow, Russia; Saurabh Uppal, Jalandhar, India; Ankita Maheshwari, Pune India; Djibril Boiro, Dakar, Senegal; Kartheek Nalluri, Vijayawada, India; Hassan Abdullahi Elechi, Borno, Nigeria.
2016: Renata Markosyan, Yerevam Armenia; Gul Esiltepe, Istanbul, Turkey; Wannes Selmen, Souassi, Tunisia; Rahul Jahagirdar, Pune, India; Kateryna Biliaeva, Vinnitsa, Ukraine; Irina Polenok, Simferopol, Ukraine; Saif S. Al Bayati, Baghdad, Iraq; Agnieska Brandt, Gdansk, Poland; Julia Hoppmann, Leipzig, Germany; Akmaral Nurbekova, Almaty, Kazakhstan; Ivana Vogurchin, Novi Sad, Serbia; Sholpan Islamgalieva, Almaty, Kazakhstan; Raluca-Monica Pop, Turnu-Mures, Romania; Jaja Tamunopriye, Port harcourt, Nigeria; Azad Akbarzade, Baku, Azerbaijan; Adekoya Adesola, Ogun state, Nigeria; Alexandra Goralczyk, Bialystok, Poland; Ana Luisa Priego Zurita, Mexico City, Mexico.
2015: Tara Husain, Sulaymani, Iraq; Prashant Patil, Mumbai, India; Lusine Kalantaryan, Yerevan, Armenia; Meghna Chawla, Pune, India; Aniket Kumbhojkar, Pune, India; Mariam Kourime, Casablanka, Morocco; Alexandra Gkourogianni, Athens, Greece; Mohammad Abdulrahman Alhassan, Khartoum, Sudan; Ahmet Ucar, Istanbul, Turkey; Shifa Salih, Abu Dabi, UAE; Evgenia Globa, Kyiv, Ukraine; Linda Mahfouz El Nashar, Beirut, Lebanon; Joana Serra-Caetano, Coimbra, Portugal; Devi Dayal, Chandigarh, India; Huda Burrani, Tripoli, Libya; Sonya Galcheva, Varna, Bulgaria; Ayesha Ahmad, Uttar Pradesh, India; Sandra Stankovic, Nis, Serbia; Gabriela Valadao, Belo Horizonte, Brazil; Jeronimo dos Santos, Sao Paolo, Brazil; Miaoying Zhang, Shanghai, China; Swati Kanodia, Delhi, India; Marija Sandrk, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina; Sakina Kherra, Algiers, Algeria.
2014: Anil Korkmaz, Izmir, Turkey; Ahmed Hassan, El-Gharbyia, Egypt; Sophia Sakka, Athens, Greece; Galina Yordanova, Varna, Bulgaria; Elif Ozsu, Samsun, Turkey; Surpriya Phanse, Vadodara Gujarat, India; Adel Djermane, Tipasa, Algeria; Yasmine Ouarezki, Algiers, Algeria; Elena Sotiriou, Limassol, Cyprus; Malika Alimussina, Astana, Kazakhstan; Nicola Improda, Naples, Italy; Wafaa Nabil Ismail Laymoun, Mansoura, Egypt
2013: Aleksandra Janchevska, Skopje, Macedonia; Andrea Bartucci, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Athanasia Stoupa, Brussels, Belgium; Hafsatu Idris, Zaria, Canduna State, Nigeria; Ioanna Kosteria, Athens, Greece; Ioannis Anargyros Vasilakis, Patras, Greece; Krisztian Bacsi, Budapest, Hungary; Maria Guemes, Madrid, Spain; Michael Yong, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria; Salima Abood, Abu Dhabi, UAE; Sana Kmiha, Sfax, Tunisia; Sebahat Yilmaz Agladioglu, Pamukkale University, Turkey; Sukran Poyrazoglu, Istanbul, Turkey
2012: Adela Chirita Emandi, Timisoara, Romania; Kayode Adeniran Adesoye, Asaba, Delta State, Nigeria; Zineb Imane, Rabat, Morocco; Jarrett Olomude Olatokumbo, Bodija, Ibadan, Nigeria; Ihsan Esen, Ankara, Turkey; Husseyin Demirbilek, Diyarbakir, Turkey; Sahar Sahar Mohamed Mirghani, Khartoum, Sudan; Natalia Akulevich, Minsk, Belarus; Bashir Hamad Elnaem Ali, Khartoum, Sudan; Luidmila Viazova, Minsk, Belarus; Ruta Navardauskaite, Kaunas, Lithuania; Maria Melikyan, Moscow, Russia; Manuela Cerbone, Naples, Italy
2011: Ahmed Mohamed Monir Mohamed Saber, Sohag, Egypt; Ahmed Yousif Ahmed Ibrahim, Khartoum, Sudan; Deepti Chaturvedi, Abu Dhabi, UAE; Еkaterine Kvaratskelia, Tbilisi, Georgia; Gracielle Seibert Amorim Pimentel, Belo Horizonte, Brazil; Ifeoma Anochie, Rivers State, Nigeria; Jerome Elusiyan, Osun State, Nigeria; Laura Gabriela Gonzalez Briceno, Caracas, Venezuela; Maryann Ibekwe, Ebonyi State, Nigeria; Omotayo Adesiyun, Ilorin, Nigeria; Polina Bogdanova, Moscow, Russia; Prasad Hemchand Krishna, Chennai, India; Suzanne Annette Ngo Um, Yaounde, Cameroon
2010: Cristina Bejnariu, Brasov, Romania; Simonida Spasevska, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia; Hanane Latrech, Rabat, Morocco; Iroro Yarhere, Port Harcouirt, Nigeria; Nezha Iraqi, Rabat, Morocco; Andrea Bischof-Renner, Basel, Switzerland; Safia Zoubir, Oran, Algeria; Ahmed Ayadi, Sfax, Tunisia; Vilhelm Mladenov, Varna, Bulgaria; Imane Benabbad, Rabat, Morocco
2009: Mary Slessor Limbe, Nairobi, Kenya; Elena Novikova, Moscow, Russia; Svetlana Soboleva, Orenburg, Russia; Hanna Huopio, Kuopio, Finland; Shakhrizada Sultanova, Tashkent, Uzbekistan; Tetyana Chaychenko, Kharkiv, Ukranine; Basim Al-Zoubi, Amman, Jordan; Asma Ahmed, Karachi, Pakistan; Lara Vieira Marcal, Belo Horizonte –Minas Gerais, Brazil; Yuan Xiao, Shanghai, China; Abtisam Mis Tahar Ahdid, Tripoli, Libya; Paul Laigong, Nairobi, Kenya; Sofia Leka, Athens, Greece; Ruiz-Arana Inge Lore, Madrid, Spain; Giannini Cosimo, Chieti, Italy
2008: Natalija Tkacenko, Kaunas, Lithuania; Rita Bertalan, Veszprm, Hungary; Hinde Iraqi, Rabat, Morocco; Leila Essaddam, Tunis, Tunisia; Su Zhe, Guangzhou, PR China; Elham Mohammad Al Amiri, Sharjah, UAE; Rajesh Ravindra Joshi, Mumbai, India; Riatto Della Coletta, Sao Paulo, Brazil
2007: Veselin Boyadzhiev, Varna, Bulgaria;David Neumann, Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic; Maria Ionela Pascanu, Tg. Mures, Romania; Charilaos Stylianou, Thessaloniki, Greece; Karina De Ferran, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Hasan Abdel Malek Eideh, East Jerusalem, Palestinian Authority; Falucar Njuieyon, Yaounde, Cameroon
2006: Trapaidze Tamari, Tbilisi, Georgia; Waqas Imran Khan, Multan, Pakistan; Edna Siima Majaliwa, Muhimbili, Tanzania; Natalja Kulakova, Tartu, Estonia; Thomas Ngwiri, Embu, Kenya; Adriana Beletato dos Santos Balancieri, Florianopolis, Brazil
2005: Dr Sudha Rao Chandrashekhar, Mumbai, India; Dr Rafael Mantovani, Belo Horizonte, Brazil; Dr Balázs Gellén, Szeged, Hungary; Dr Malgorzata Kumorowicz-Kopiec, Krakow, Poland
2004: Dr Meropi Toumba, Nicosia, Cyprus; 2004 Dr Aleksandra Górska, Kraków, Poland
2003: Dr Rasa Verkauskiene, Kaunas, Lithuania; Dr Maria Kalina, Katowice, Poland; Dr Dominika Janus, Krakow, Poland
2002: Dr Nicolina Dimitriu, Bucharest, Romania; Dr Enver Simsek, Konuralp-Duzce, Turkey; Dr Filiz Cizmecioglu, Istanbul, Turkey; Dr Sema Kalkan, Izmir, Turkey; 2003 Dr Zdenek Sumnik, Prague, Czech Republic; Dr Adriana Dankovcíková, Kosice, Slovakia
2001: Dr Umaima Salem Aboushofa, Tripoli, Libya; Dr John Torpiano, Malta; Dr Luminita Beldean, Sibiu, Romania; Dr Antonela Burlacu, Bucharest, Romania; Dr Christina Dumitrescu, Bucharest, Romania; Dr Iveta Dzivite, Riga, Lativa; Dr Galina Popova, Sofia, Bulgaria; Dr Ancuta Tudorancea, Arad, Romania; Dr Nicolina Dumitriu, Bucharest, Romania; Dr Tatjana Milenkovic, Belgrade, Yugoslavia; Dr Ann Nordenström, Stockholm, Sweden
2000: Dr Elzbieta Perticzko, Szcecin, Poland; Dr Julia Titova, St Petersburg, Russia
1999: Dr Oleg Rimizov, Moscow, Russia; Dr Oksana Shably, Kiev, Ukraine; Dr Marek Niedziela, Poznan, Poland; Dr Daniel Iliev, Sofia, Bulgaria
1998: Dr Ihor Hrytsiuk, Lviv, Ukraine; Violeta Iotova, Varna, Bulgaria
1997: Dr Marina Krstevska-Konstantinova, Skopje, Macedonia
1996: Dr Rodica Cornean, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
1994/95: Dr Vallo Tillmann, Tartu, Estonia; Dr Julia Boiko, Minsk, Belarus
1993: Dr Ingrida Pozarska, Riga, Latvia