EANS Research Fund 2020 Winners!
Thursday 23 July 2020
We are happy to announce the winners of the EANS Research Fund for this year!
Integra EANS Research Grant winner: Davide Giampiccolo, Verona, Italy
“Intraoperative neurophysiological recording of cortico-cortical connectivity from the arcuate fasciculus in the asleep patient”
EANS Research Grant winner: Kristin Lucia, Berlin, Germany
“Establishment of a spinal metastasis model to characterize endothelial premetastatic programming”
Brihaye EANS Research Grant winner: Giulia Cossu, Switzerland
“PD-L1 expression in pituitary adenomas. A new marker for aggressiveness?”
Stryker EANS Research Grant winner: Aswin Chari, London, UK
“MELD as an Adjunct for SEEG Trajectories
(The MAST Trial)”
EANS Research Grant winner: Julia Velz, Zurich, Switzerland
“Exploring the Antigenic Landscape of Medulloblastoma: Antigen discovery for T-cell based immunotherapy”
EANS Research Grant winner: Maria Kamenova, Basel, Switzerland
“Low-Dose Aspirin and Burr-Hole Drainage of Chronic Subdural Hematoma: a Randomized, Placebo Controlled, Double Blinded, Multicentre Study Short title: Surgical Evacuation of CSDH and Aspirin (SECA-Trial)”
EANS Research Grant winner: Sajjad Muhammad, Dusseldorf, Germany
Uncovering Therapeutic Potential of HMGB1 Biologicals in SAH
Elekta EANS Research Grant winner: Guliz Acker, Berlin, Germany
Analysis of the radiobiological mechanisms of single- and multi-session radiosurgery and development and diagnosis of radionecrosis
Congratulations to all our winners!