Poster Awards, worth €250 each, are awarded to the eight best posters (four clinical and four basic) on display at the annual European Congress of Endocrinology (ECE).
There is no application process. The top ten clinical and top ten basic posters are reviewed by members of the ECE Programme Organising Committee during the congress.
- The applicant will be the presenting author of the poster during ECE.
- The applicant must be a current member of ESE and be within 10 years post-PhD or MD.
The eight awarded posters, 4 clinical and 4 basic, are selected from the top 10 clinical and 10 basic poster abstracts which attained the best ratings during the abstract evaluation process, based on the scientific content and on the quality of the poster presentation. The prizes are bestowed by the Programme Organising Committee to the presenting author of the eight selected posters.
2020 Poster Award Winners – Clinical
- Poster AEP1, to be presented by Anna-Karin Åkerman, Sweden: Residual Corticosteroid Production in Autoimmune Addison´s Disease
- Poster AEP560, to be presented by Hugh Logan Ellis, UK: Proliferation index (Ki67) is a powerful predictor of recurrence in pituitary adenoma
- Poster AEP562, to be presented by Gherardo Mazziotti, Italy: Treatment of acromegalic osteopathy in the real-life clinical practice: the BAAC (bone active drugs in acromegaly) multicenter study
- Poster AEP860, to be presented by Valeria Ramundo, Italy: The natural history of benign thyroid nodules: 10 years follow-up
2020 Poster Award Winners – Basic
- Poster AEP565, to be presented by Roberta Armignacco, France: Hypercortisolism-related molecular signature: results from whole blood methylome analysis
- Poster AEP252, to be presented by Opeolu Ojo, UK: Immunomodulatory and anti-diabetic actions of a structurally-modified analogue of esculentin-2CHa isolated from the skin secretion of the frog, Lithobates chiricahuensis (Ranidae)
- Poster AEP859, to be presented by Mehdi Pedaran, Germany: Importance of maternal thyroid hormone for programming the cardiovascular system in the male offspring
- Poster AEP858, to be presented by Francesca Tozzi, Italy: 3-iodothyronamine ameliorates ischemia-induced synaptic dysfunction in mouse entorhinal cortex