Ten lucky award winners will be presented with their ECCRN and industry research awards amounting to more than 175 thousand euro during the hot topics session.

Many ECCRN award winners in past years have utilised their awards to carry out full scale clinical studies, exemplified by one of this years Hot Topics selections "Muscle function and biology during critical illness and CIP".

Here are a list of the 2013 ECCRN and Industry Award Winners:

Young Investigator Award

Dr Gianluigi LI BASSI (Spain)

Comparison of the effects of recruitment maneuvers on mucus movement in a pig model of early severe pneumococcal pneumonia

Levi Montalcini Award

Dr Nazima PATHAN (United Kingdom) 

Investigating changes in gastrointestinal homeostasis and its relationship to multi-organ dysfunction in critical illness

Established Investigator Award

Pr Claude PICHARD (Switzerland) 

Development and validation of a new indirect calorimeter for energy expenditure measurement in ICU patients: An international multicentric study

Clinical Research Award

Dr Mauro PANIGADA (Italy) 

Prospective, Randomised, Multi-Centre Trial of Lateral Trendelenburg versus Semi-Recumbent Body Position in Mechanically Ventilated Patients For The Prevention of Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia

Dr Hans FRIBERG (Sweden) 

The influence of temperature on biomarkers of brain damage and their association to neurological outcome after cardiac arrest

Basic Science Award

Pr Karim ASEHNOUNE (France)

Role of TNR receptor2 expressed by Treg in trauma-induced immunodepression

Pr Jean-Christophe RICHARD (Switzerland) 

Design and evaluation of an original dual pressure mode synchronized with chest compressions for cardio-pulmonary resuscitation : a bench and animal study

Bernhard Dräger Award for Advanced Treatment of ARF

Mrs Evangelia AKOUMIANAKI (Switzerland)

Mechanical ventilation inducing reverse triggering in ARDS. Detection, clinical and prognostic significance

Nestlé Award for Practice Improvement in ICU Nutrition 

Mr Tobias WOLLERSHEIM (Germany)

Influence of early mobilisation, physiotherapy and EMS in ICU on energy expenditure in critically ill patients - impact on caloric targets for goal directed feeding (MOTAFEE)

The International Sepsis Forum (ISF) Research Award 

Mr. Alejandro SUAREZ DE LA RICA (Spain)

Procalcitonin, C-reactive protein and lactate as prognostic markers of mortality in patients with complicated intra-abdominal infection admitted to the ICU

Ensure you arrive early at the popular Hot Topics session and witness these worthy award winners receiving their awards...


Wednesday October 9th, 14:10-16:30, Room Paris

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