Session Winners ISCOMS 2017

Plenary Award Winners:

Plenary Award 1st Prize
Winner: Alina Sigaeva, Russia
Abstract: Everyday blue-LED illumination leads to morphological changes in Coturnix japonica choroidal structures
Prize: €1.250,- to spend on congresses and a one-year subscription to Nature

Plenary Award 2nd Prize
Winner: Camilo Sotomayor, Chile
Abstract:  Vitamin C Depletion and All-Cause Mortality in Renal Transplant Recipients
Prize: €750,- to spend on congresses and a one-year subscription to Nature

Plenary Award 3rd Prize
Winner: Merel Pool, the Netherlands
Abstract:  Treating ischemically damaged porcine kidneys with mesenchymal stromal cells during normothermic machine perfusion
Prize: €250,- to spend on congresses and a one-year subscription to Nature

Oral Session Winners:

Oral Research Award
Winner: Fabio Sousa Nunes, Portugal
Abstract: Xanthohumol administration attenuates molecular, morphologic and functional pathologic alterations in Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension
Prize: One-year subscription to the New England Journal of Medicine

Oral Performance Award
Winner: Derk Kuiper, the Netherlands
Abstract: Cardiovascular health of 9-year-old IVF offspring is not associated with IVF but with the couple’s subfertility
Prize: One-year subscription to the New England Journal of Medicine

Poster Session Winners:

Poster Research Award
Winner: Catalina Andrea Diaz Papapietro, Chile
Abstract: Unbalance in macrophage phenotypes decreases anti inflammatory circulating cytokine levels during aging
Prize: One-year subscription to the New England Journal of Medicine

Poster Performance Award
Winner: Shanmukha Seeran Pannala, India
Abstract: Association of COL2A1(A28602G) gene polymorphism in primary knee osteoarthritis cases from south Indian cohorts
Prize: One-year subscription to the New England Journal of Medicine

Other Award Winners:

World Health Award
Winner: Yifeng Dai, China
Abstract: Elevated lead levels and changes in blood morphology and erythrocyte CR1 in preschool children from an e-waste area
Prize: One-year subscription to the Bulletin of the World Health Organization

First Year Jury Award
Winner: Catharina Nitsche, Germany
Abstract:  Early motor development and its association with IQ at age 7 in term-born and moderately preterm-born children.
Prize: €150,- to spend on congresses and a one-year subscription to the journal Disease Models & Mechanisms

Abstract Award Clinical Sciences
Winner: Spela Dolenc, Slovenia
Abstract: High diagnostic and prognostic value of presepsin in sepsis patients: a prospective observational study
Prize: €150,- to spend on congresses

Abstract Award Basic Sciences
Winner: Jelle Posthuma, the Netherlands
Abstract: Targeting coagulation factor Xa attenuates myocardial ischemia reperfusion injury in mice
Prize: €150,- to spend on congresses

Audience Award
Winner: Valerii Orel, Ukraine
Abstract: Magnetic resonance nanotheranostics for Lewis lung carcinoma
Prize: €150,- to spend on congresses