Session Winners ISCOMS 2015

Plenary Award Winners:

Plenary Award 1st Prize
Winner: Christoph Martin Janig, Austria
Abstract: Magnetic resonance phase contrast imaging derived retrograde blood-flow in the main pulmonary artery for non-invasive diagnosis of pulmonary hypertension
Prize: €1.500,- to spend on congresses and a one-year subscription to the Lancet and NEJM

Plenary Award 2nd Prize
Winner: Ruxandra Irina Sava, Romania
Abstract:  Sevoflurane anesthetic preconditioning induces cardioprotection and stem cell mobilization
Prize: €750,- to spend on congresses and a one-year subscription to the Lancet and NEJM

Plenary Award 3rd Prize
Winner: Eva Hoeks, the Netherlands
Abstract:  Hibernation: The key to conserving platelets for transfusion
Prize: €250,- to spend on congresses and a one-year subscription to the Lancet and NEJM

Oral Session Winners:

Oral Research Award
Winner: Noor Teulings, the Netherlands
Abstract: Isolating the Direct Adverse Effects of Antenatal Glucocorticoid Therapy on the Fetal Heart and Circulation
Prize: One-year subscription to The Lancet

Oral Performance Award
Winner: Thair Mariel Andara Beuren, Brazil
Abstract: Hibernators’ strategies to cope with cardiomyocyte stress
Prize: One-year subscription to The Lancet

Poster Session Winners:

Poster Research Award
Winner: Philipp Koppenhagen, Germany
Abstract: The impact of beta1-integrin inhibition on c-Abl activity-dependent DNA damage repair in human cancer cells
Prize: One-year subscription to the The Lancet

Poster Performance Award
Winner: Nicoleta Monica Fotea, Romania
Abstract: SF-1(steroidogenic factor 1) as prognostic immunohistochemical marker for adrenocortical carcinoma
Prize: One-year subscription to the New England Journal of Medicine

Other Award Winners:

World Health Award
Winner: Assef Hamdan, Pelstinian Territory, Occupied
Abstract: Prevalence of Uncontrolled Hypertension among Patients Taking Anti-hypertensive Medications in Nablus Governorate- Palestine
Prize: One-year subscription to the Bulletin of the World Health Organization

First Year Jury Award
Winner: Ruxandra Irina Sava, Romania
Abstract:  Sevoflurane anesthetic preconditioning induces cardioprotection and stem cell mobilization
Prize: One-year subscription to Nature

Abstract Award Clinical Sciences
Winner: Cesar Bascunan, Chile
Abstract: Fibroblast Growth Factor 23 is a potential biomarker of Acute Kidney Injury in critical care patients with sepsis: Preliminary results of a prospective cohort.
Prize: €150,- and a one-year subscription to the New England Journal of Medicine

Abstract Award Basic Sciences
Winner: Aa Noval Ubaedillah, Indonesia
Abstract: Dadih ice cream modulates peritoneal macrophage activity: An experimental study using in vitro model
Prize: €150,- and a one-year subscription to the New England Journal of Medicine

Audience Award
Winner: 
Sara Hone Lopez, the Netherlands
Abstract: A versatile pre-targeting approach for selective delivery of liposomes to cancer cells
Prize: One-year subscription to Nature (online)