RAMI Research Awards, Wednesday 6th November 2019
06/11/2019 in Corrigan & Graves Halls, RCPI, 6, Kildare Street, Dublin 2
The Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland in association with the Irish Journal of Medical Science held a very successful event on Wednesday 6th November 2019. The awards were open to all those involved in Irish medical research who had a clinical research paper published in an indexed journal.
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Congratulations to all the winners here listed:
- Biomedical Sciences
Dr. David P Burns, “Inspiratory pressure-generating capacity is preserved during ventilatory and non-ventilatory behaviours in young dystrophic mdx mice despite profound diaphragm muscle weakness” J Physiol.
Dr. Stephanie Menzies, “Declining Incidence of Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer in Organ Transplant Recipients” Br J Dermatol.
Dr. Delia Bogdanet, “Despite insulin therapy in women with IADPSG diagnosed GDM desired pregnancy outcomes are still not achieved” Diabetes Res Clin Pract.
- General Practice
Dr. Joe Gallagher, “B-Type Natriuretic Peptide and Ventricular Dysfunction in the Prediction of Cardiovascular Events and Death in Hypertension” Am J Hypertens.
- Medical Microbiology
Dr. Meera Tandan, “Role of patient descriptors in predicting antimicrobial resistance in urinary tract infections using a decision tree approach a retrospective cohort study” Int J Med Inform.
Dr. Elspeth Ward, “Epigenome wide SRC-1 Mediated Gene Silencing Represses Cellular Differentiation in Advanced Breast Cancer” Clin Cancer Res.
Dr. Maedbh Rhatigan, “Prevalence of age-related macular degeneration associated genetic risk factors and 4-year progression data in the Irish population” Br J Ophthalmol.
Dr. David Cotter, “Complement pathway changes at age 12 are associated with psychotic experiences at age 18 in a longitudinal population-based study” Mol Psychiatry.
- Public Health Medicine/Epidemiology
Dr. Daniela Rohde, “Cognitive impairment vulnerability and mortality post-ischemic stroke a five year follow-up of the ASPIRE-S cohort” J Stroke Cerebrovasc Dis.
Dr. Katie O’ Sullivan, “pSTAT3 Levels Have Divergent Expression Patterns and Associations with Survival in Squamous Cell Carcinoma and Adenocarcinoma of the Oesophagus” Int J Mol Sci.