2022 ESAIC Grants

ESAIC Andreas Hoeft’s Grant (70€k) – This year dedicated to Anaesthesiology

ESAIC Research Project Grant (50€k) – This year dedicated to Intensive Care

ESAIC Grant (20€k) supported by an unrestricted research grant from Sintetica

Applications for this programme are now closed. 



2021 BJA-ESAIC Grants

The ESAIC Research Committee is delighted to present the BJA – ESAIC Grant. Born from the collaboration between the ESAIC and the British Journal of Anaesthesia willing to enhance clinical practice in the field of Anaesthesia, this Grant will offer the unique possibility to provide its winner with a €100.000 budget. All projects, within the framework of Anaesthesia, will be taken into consideration.

2021 ESAIC Grants

ESAIC Project Grants, Research support Grants, Young start-up Grant(s) 2021

The ESAIC Research Committee Members are pleased to announce the ESAIC Grants 2021 results:

Research Project Grants of 60,000 €:

  • 1/ Patrice Forget (United Kingdom), “Observational study on Pain and Opioids after Surgery in Europe“
  • 2/ Derek Kleinveld (Netherlands), “Targetting ADAMTS13 mediated trauma-induced coagulopathy (TIC) during hemorrhage”

Research Support Grants of 15,000 €

  • 1/ Jasper Kampman (Netherlands), “How intervention bias shapes medical practice and research: meta-research of randomised controlled trials and in-depth interviews with anaesthetists and patients”
  • 2/ Heiko Kaizer (Switzerland), “Mind the Gap III: International incidence of emergence-like EEG patterns during ongoing cardiac surgery”

Young Investigator Start-up Grants of 22,500 €

  • 1/ Robert van Wilpe (Netherlands), “Preoperative Intermittent Fasting versus Carbohydrate Loading to Reduce Insulin Resistance: a Randomised Controlled Trial. (PRINCESS trial)”
  • 2/ Tom Bleeser (Belgium), “Preclinical and clinical studies to assess neurocognitive outcomes after anesthesia and surgery during pregnancy”

Coordination Grant of 5,000 €

  • Nicola Disma (Italy), “PROMINENT: PyloRic stenOsis outcoMes IN pEdiatric aNesThesia study”