PCR’s Got Talent: Best Abstract Award

Attend the 3rd edition of PCR’s Got Talent — EuroPCR abstract competition — to discover the work of young practitioners from all around the world.

2017 Best Abstract Winner

Join Marie Claude Morice as she meets this year's winner of PCR's Got Talent, N. van der Hoeven from The Netherlands. Watch this short Interview to learn more about her work and take notes of her personal tips for a winning presentation!

New this year: you are part of the Jury!

Audience members will be able to qualify participants performance and their abstract’s quality LIVE during sessions through the PCR Courses App. All audience votes will represent the voice of 1 Jury.

What is the competition all about?

This stepwise competition provides an impressive platform for young practitioners to present their abstracts to a worldwide audience and Faculty members.

It is based on the scientific relevance of presenters’ abstracts, as well as on their presentation skills and takes place in three rounds:

1st round

  • 3 minutes pitch
  • no slides allowed

2nd round

  • 5 minutes presentation
  • Slides allowed
  • Live discussion with Jury and audience members like you

3rd round 

  • 8 minutes presentation
  • Slides allowed
  • Live discussion with Jury and audience members like you

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PCR's Got Talent winners

Who are the participants?

  • Young practitioners under 40 years old
  • Participants who have presented only one abstract for the competition
  • Participants who have not accessed to the final round or won the previous editions

What does the winner get?

The winner of PCR’s Got Talent is announced during the Awards Ceremony at EuroPCR and is granted with:

  • Abstract presentation on-stage during Closing Ceremony
  • An exclusive invitation to join EuroPCR 2018 as a Guest Faculty

Who are the Jury members? 

For each round of the competition a Jury composed of six Guest Faculty, including former PCR's Got Talent awardees, is in charge of judging contestant's work and performance.

PCR's Got Talent


Why should you attend these sessions?

  • To support your fellow young practitioners
  • To discover Abstracts of young practitioners from all around the world
  • To vote as a Jury LIVE through the PCR Courses App