Philip K. Caves Award

ISHLT2024 Philip K. Caves Award Finalist Presentations Session

Learn More Wednesday, 10 April | 3:00 – 4:15 p.m. CEST
Forum Hall, Prague Congress Centre

Philip K. Caves

This award is named after the clinician who developed and pioneered the technique of transvenous endomyocardial biopsy to assess for rejection after cardiac transplantation. Established in 1982 to encourage and reward original high quality research performed by trainees, residents, fellows, and graduate students, this award is bestowed annually on the candidate whose oral presentation is judged to be the best of those selected for the Caves Award Session at the Annual Scientific Meeting.

The award recipient will receive complimentary registration to the next year's Annual Meeting.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Candidate must be a student, resident, fellow, or scientists in training
  • Candidate must be a current member of ISHLT or working under a current member.
  • Candidate must be first author and presenter.
  • Candidate must not have previously won this award.

First authors who meet all eligibility criteria during abstract submission are automatically considered for the award.


Current Recipient