The reviewers will evaluate applications based on the following criteria:
- the scientific merit, originality, and feasibility of the project;
- the qualifications, experience and productivity of the applicant and the members of the investigation team;
- the facilities and resources available
- the promise of the research as related to the control of endometriosis or uterine disorders or to the benefit to be gained by women with endometriosis or uterine disorders.
At the Educational Committee meeting, the most competitive applications will be discussed, and a priority score will be voted. If the quality of the applications is considered not good enough for winning the grant, the grant will be declared void and then there will be two grants the next year.
Required grant reports:
Scientific progress reports are due at three, six and nine months after the start date and must be submitted to the Educational Committee for consideration.
Investigator shall also transmit a final scientific progress report on the termination date of the Grant Agreement. Furthermore, the grantee will present his/her results during the first following Congress after the job has finished.
Publications resulting from research activities supported by SEUD must contain the following acknowledgment: “Supported by a grant from SEUD.” In the event that there are multiple sources of support, the acknowledgment should read “Supported in part by a grant from the SEUD” along with references to other funding sources. The Society’s support should also be acknowledged by the grantee and by the institution in all public communication of work resulting from this grant, including scientific abstracts (where permitted), posters at scientific meetings, press releases or other media communications, and Internet-based communications.