ISE recognized 22 Early Career endocrinologists with an ICE 2022 Abstract Award
Facilitating career development pathways for the future generation of emerging leaders in global endocrinology has always been at the core of ISE’s mission and dedication.
In 2018, at the International Congress of Endocrinology (ICE) in Cape Town, South Africa, ISE welcomed 60 Early Career Grant recipients from across the globe, who received support from ISE to attend the congress. The ICE congress presents an amazing opportunity for young researchers to meet, network and share knowledge and experiences with colleagues from all around the world, which is especially valuable at the early stage of their career.
Despite the virtual format of the ICE congress in 2022, ISE decided to continue the commitment and supported 22 Early Career endocrinologists, predominantly from developing countries, with an Abstract Award. The award provided them with free registration and access to the full scientific content during the congress and until 30 days after. The winners had the chance to present their abstracts as poster or oral presentations throughout the four congress days and create valuable connections that will help them further develop in their field.
ICE 2022 Abstract Award winners
We are delighted to share that the 22 Early Career researchers and their winning abstracts are:
Saumiyah Ajanthan (Sri Lanka) – Glucose tolerance status at 3 to 18 months postpartum of Sri Lankan women with a history of Gestational Diabetes Mellitus
Mariam Alavidze (Georgia) – The effects of adverse childhood experiences (ACE) on the development of diabetes Mellitus (DM) and primary hypothyroidism in adults
Adrian Brown (United Kingdom) – Service evaluation of a real-world, digitally enabled time restricted eating programme for adults in the UK
Yana Dzhun (Ukraine) – Glucose variability and diastolic dysfunction in patients with type 2 diabetes
Kavinga Gamage (Sri Lanka) – Successful use of Rituximab to treat Glucocorticoid Resistant Lymphoplasmacytic Hypophysitis; a case report
Edrome Hernandez (Philippines) – Epidemiologic Profile and Clinical Outcomes of patients with pheochromocytoma in the Philippine General Hospital
Md Shahidul Islam (South Africa) – Development and evaluation of an alternative obese rat animal model of type 2 diabetes
Elham Kazemian (Iran) – Association of Trajectory of Body Shape Index with All-cause and Cause-specific mortality: Results from Tehran Lipid and Glucose Study (TLGS)
David Lui (Hong Kong) – Evaluation of fracture risk among type 2 diabetes patients with non-valvular atrial fibrillation receiving different oral anticoagulants
Nenuel Angelo Luna (Philippines) – Evaluation of in-patient hyperglycemia management among non-critically ill patients at the university of santo tomas hospital (usth): a prospective study
Chetna Mishra (India) – Effect of citral on Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH ) via AMPK mediated autophagy and inflammasome pathway in type 2 diabetic mice
Zin Myo Latt (Myanmar) – The effect of probiotics on insulin sensitivity, glycemic control and lipid profile in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus
Mohammad Naeem (Afghanistan) – Proportion of and factors associated with thyroid dysfunction among individuals referred to a tertiary care facility in Kabul, Afghanistan
Jennifer Lourdes Ng (Philippines) – Relationship of malignancy in thyroid nodules with repeat bethesda iii classification on fine needle aspiration biopsy
Stefanie Parisien-la Salle (Canada) – Genetic Characterization of a Familial Pathogenic Variant of MAX Gene Associated with Pheochromocytoma, Paraganglioma and Duodenal/Pancreatic Neuroendocrine Tumours
Priyanka R (India) – Comparison Of Pregnancy Outcome In Subclinical Hypothyroidism (TSH : 2.5 – 4mIU/L) With Euthyroid Women – A Prospective Cohort Study
Ghada Saad (Tunisia) – Assessment of dietary intake in 400 women with gestational diabetes
Gayatri Sabinkar (India) – Establishment of growth velocity charts for Asian Indian children
Basavaraj Sooragonda (India) – Better metabolic outcomes delivered through a lifestyle care program in PwD – Evidence of retrospective pilot study from urban India
Dinesh Tripathi (India) – Citral ameliorates Ischemic Brain Damage in Streptozotocin Induced Diabetes in rats through autophagy activation
Olga Ulyanova (Kazakhstan) – Testosterone levels in men with type 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus after transplantation of autologous mesenchymal stem cells
Herng Pin Yam (Malaysia) – Spontaneous resolution of primary hyperparathyroidism post biopsy-related neck hematoma
We look forward to the next ICE congress which will be held in 2024 and hope to welcome more Early Career endocrinologists in-person at that time!