RAMI Research Awards 2021 Winners_Tuesday 7th June 2022

07/06/2022 in Royal College of Physicians of Ireland

RAMI Research Awards 2021

Congratulations to all those short-listed at the RAMI Research Awards on Tuesday, June 7th, 2022

The Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland in association with the Irish Journal of Medical Science hosts this event, our last Awards event took place in 2019 so it was a special night for everyone. The event took place in the Robert Graves and Corrigan Halls of the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, Kildare Street.

For each of the ten categories the award goes to:

Winner of Anaesthesiology_Pain Management: Intubation Practices and Adverse Peri-intubation Events in Critically Ill Patients From 29 Countries

Vincenzo Russotto 1 2, Sheila Nainan Myatra 3, John G Laffey 4 5, Elena Tassistro 1 6, Laura Antolini 1 6, Philippe Bauer 7, Jean Baptiste Lascarrou 8, Konstanty Szuldrzynski 9, Luigi Camporota 10, Paolo Pelosi 11, Massimiliano Sorbello 12, Andy Higgs 13, Robert Greif 14 15, Christian Putensen 16, Christina Agvald-Öhman 17, Athanasios Chalkias 18, Kristaps Bokums 19, David Brewster 20 21, Emanuela Rossi 1 6, Roberto Fumagalli 1 22, Antonio Pesenti 23, Giuseppe Foti 1 2, Giacomo Bellani 1 2, INTUBE Study Investigators

Winner of Biomedical Science: Mucosal inflammation downregulates PHD1 expression promoting a barrier protective HIF1 response in ulcerative colitis patients

Brown E, Rowan C, Strowitzki MJ, Fagundes RR, Faber KN, Güntsch A, Halligan DN, Kugler J, Jones F, Lee CT, Doherty G, Taylor CT.

 Winner of Endocrinology: A functional genomic screen

Darran O’Connor

Winner of General Practice: “There is people like us and there is people like them, and we are not like them”. Understating social exclusion, a qualitative study

P O’Donnell, L Moran, S Geelen, D ODonovan, M vanden Muijsenbergh, K Elmusharaf

Winner of Medical Microbiology: Outcomes following implementation of point-of-care testing for influenza in the Emergency Department

Teoh, T.K., Powell, J., Kelly, J., McDonnell, C., Whelan, R., O’Connell, N.H., Dunne, C.P.        

Winner of Oncology: The relationship between ultrasound microcalcifications and psammoma bodies in thyroid tumours a single-institution retrospective study

Eoghan O’Connor, Matthew Mullins, Diarmuid O’Connor, Sine Phelan, John Bruzzi

Winner of Ophthalmology: Target 5000 a standardized all-Ireland pathway for the diagnosis and management of inherited retinal degenerations

Julia Zhu, Niamh Wynne, Adrian Dockery, Rebecca Cairns, Emma Duignan, Laura Whelan, Conor Malone, Hilary Dempsey, Karen Collins, Shana Routledge, Rajiv Pandey, Elaine Crossan, Jacqueline Turner, Kirk Stephenson, James O’Byrne, Laura Brady, Guiliana Silvestri, Paul Kenna, Jane Farrar, D Keegan

Winner of Psychiatry: Developing a complex intervention targeting antipsychotic prescribing to nursing home residents with dementia

Kieran A Walsh, Stephen Byrne, Jenny McSharry, John Browne, Kate Irving, Eimir Hurley, Helen Rochford-Brennan, Carmel Geoghegan, Justin Presseau, Suzanne Timmons

Winner of Public Health Medicine/Epidemiology: Effectiveness of public health measures to prevent the transmission of SARS-CoV-2 at mass gatherings A rapid review

Kieran A Walsh, Barrie Tyner, Natasha Broderick, Patricia Harrington, Michelle O’Neill, Christopher G Fawsitt, Karen Cardwell, Susan M Smith, Máire A Connolly, Máirín Ryan

Winner of Surgery: Development of a coordinated acute diabetic foot pathway for management of acute diabetic foot infection and ulceration

H. Hurley, E. Kellegher, T. Gallen, D. Cornally, N. Williams, E. Feeney*, J. Dowdall, MC Barry

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