Research Award Winners 2014

Winners of ESICM Research & Industry Awards 2014 received their awards at LIVES 2014 in Barcelona on October 1st.


 

NEXT START-UP GRANT

2014

Dr Fabio Silvio TACCONE (Belgium)

"TRansfusion strategies in Acute brain INjured patients: TRAIN Study"

Dr Angélique SPOELSTRA - DE MAN 

"The cardiovascular effects of hyperoxia"


ESICM YOUNG INVESTIGATOR AWARD

2014

Dr Morris Andrew CONWAY (United Kingdom)

"Regulatory T-cells in critical illness, therapeutic potential or risk factor for infection?"


 

ESICM ESTABLISHED INVESTIGATOR AWARD

2014

Dr Jean-Damien RICARD (France)

"Lung microbiome of ventilated ICU patients: towards a new understanding of nosocomial pneumonia"


 

ESICM CLINICAL RESEARCH AWARD

2014

Dr Massimo CRESSONI (Italy)

"Evaluation of energy dissipated in the lung parenchyma and development of Ventilator Induced Lung Injury"

Dr Arjen SLOOTER (The Netherlands)

"Objective delirium monitoring for routine critical care"


 

ESICM BASIC SCIENCE AWARD 

2014

Dr Waqas KHALIQ (United Kingdom)

"Can targeted destressing reduce mortality?" 

Dr Michael O'DWYER (United Kingdom)

"Exploring the role of epigenetics in post-septic immunosuppression; are histone modifications important?"


ESICM LEVI-MONTALCINI BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES AWARD

2014

Dr Elisa ZANIER (Italy)

"Definition of late microglial fingerprints in experimental and clinical TBI and their relation to outcome"

 


THE INDUSTRY RESEARCH AWARD WINNERS

 

BERNHARD DRÄGER AWARD FOR ADVANCED TREATMENT OF ARF

2014

Dr Claude GUERIN (France)

"Trans-Pulmonary Pressure and Prone position in ards patients. T3P study."


 

NESTLÉ AWARD FOR PRACTICE IMPROVEMENT IN ICU NUTRITION

2014

Dr Gunnar ELKE (Germany)

"Individualised analysis of the metabolism in critically ill patients with severe sepsis - a pilot prospective cohort study"


BAXTER – ESICM FLUID MANAGEMENT AWARD 

2014

Dr Matthieu LEGRAND (France)

"The CARE trial: Clearance of Acetate and gluconate during fluid REsuscitation in critically ill burn patients. A pilot study."