Past Academic Foundation Trainees Prize Presentation Winners
Academic Foundation Trainees Prize Presentation 2014
Jo Piper – Systematic review of the effects of water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) intervention on early child development
Zaid Al-Nakeeb - Pharmacodynamics of amphotericin B deoxycholate (DAmB), liposomal amphotericin B (LAmB) and amphotericin B lipid complex (ABLC) against Aspergillus fumigatus
Maria Paes - Delayed Prescribing of Regular Medications in Acute Admissions.
Afeef Aslam - The Unfolded Protein Response (UPR) chaperone GRP78, as a novel biomarker and/or therapeutic target in Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Head and Neck (SCCHN).
Tristan Townsend - Foundation trainees’ experience of teaching in the clinical environment.
Luke Boyle - Circulation Vitamin D and Adipose Inflammation
Winners: Luke Boyle and Tristan Townsend – Oral Presentation
Poster: Steven Zhao
Academic Foundation Trainees Prize Presentation Winners 2013
Matthew Parry’s presentation - Cardiopulmonary exercise variables predict postoperative in-hospital morbidity after major rectal cancer surgery – a blinded observational study.
Colin Thorbinson’s presentation - Activation of the Toll-Like Receptor Pathway by Juvenile Systemic Lupus Erythematosus derived Neutrophil Extracellular Traps
Academic Clinical Fellows Research Presentations & Prizes 2014
Poster Presentation prizes
Joint first: Dr Graham Powell “Pharmacogenetic testing and carbamazepine – the physicians perspective) (2011 ACF Neurology) and Dr Elspeth Anwar “Are interventions to promote healthy eating equally effective for all?” (2012, ACF Public Health)
Oral Presentation prize winners
Joint winners: Emily Lees “Clostridium difficile in infants and children CDIC Study” (2012 ACF paediatrics) and Dr Thomas Morgan “Differences in disease phenotypes and severity between juvenile and adult onset systematics lupus erythematosus ” (2011 ACF Paediatrics)
Academic Clinical Lecturers Prize Presentations 2014
Dr. Jamie Rylance ‘Making sense of CHAPS: the Childhood HIV associated Pulmonary Syndrome’ (Presentation)
Peter McPhereson Public Health ‘A school health worker and household intervention to prevention tuberculosis infection in Malawi: a feasibility and acceptability study’ (Poster Presentation)
Academic Clinical Fellows Research Presentation & Prizes 2015
Oral Presentation winners
1st Dr. Andrew McCallum - A pharmacogenetic assessment of rifampicin and isoniazid pharmacokinetic exposure in a Malawian population
2nd Dr. Mark Ellul - Autoantibodies in children with acute encephalitis syndrome in Nepal
Poster presentation winner:
Dr. Seamus Coyle - 'How long have I got?' - The biology of dying: verifying biomarkers as prognosistic indicators in patiens with advanced cancer.
Academic Foundation Trainees Research Presentations and Prizes 2015 (30th June, 2015)
Oral Presentation Winners
1st Dr. Joanne Ong - Expression of Low-Density Granulocytes and Histone Citrullination in Juvenile-onset systemic Lupus Erythematosus and Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis
2nd Dr. Samia Elkommos - Hippocampal internal architecture and postoperative seizure outcome in temporal lobe epilepsy
Poster Presentation winner:
Dr. Patrick Green - Impact of birth location on outcomes in gastroschisis: a 10 year national review.
Academic Clinical Lecturer Research Presentations and Prizes 2015 (26th November, 2015)
Oral Presentation Winners
1st Amara Nwosu - The use of bioelectrical impedance vector analysis (BIVA) to assess hydration in patients with advanced cancer in a specialist palliative care inpatient unit.
2nd Lance Turtle - Protection against symptomatic JEV infection associated with priming of broadly flavivirus-crossreactive CD8+ T cell responses in humans
Poster Presentation Winners
1st Peter McPherson - METEOR: Malawi Epidemiology of Tuberculosis exposure study
2nd Seamus Coyle - A Process to Dying? Metabolomic changes in urine towards the end of life
Academic Foundation Trainee - Prize Presentation 2016
Joint Oral presentation winners:
Guleed Adnan - Neuropsychological sequelae of viral meningitis
Tristan Boam - Influence of Ascl 1 transcription factor activity on neuroblastoma tumourigenesis in a chick embryo model
Best poster Presentation:
Academic Foundation Trainee - Prize Presentation 2017
Joing Oral presentation Winners:
Charles Earnshaw - CD8 T cell response to HPV vaccine antigen in nasopharynx associated lymphoid tissue provides insight into potential protection against oropharyngeal cancer
Harry Hutchins - Rise of the superbug: detecting carbapenemase - Producing entobacteriaceae in the Royal Liverpool Hosptial
Best Poster Presentation:
Shanthi Beglinger - Using in-situ simulation to identify latent errors in the new critical care unit
Academic Clinical Fellow - Prize Presentation 2017
Oral Presentation winner: Dr. Stephen Zhao " The effect of alcohol comsumption on disease activity in axial spondyloarthritis"
Runner Up - Dr. Laura Chadwick - "Stem cell transplantation for refractory Behcet's syndrome: systematical review and a case series from Liverpool Behcets Centre of Excellence."
Best Poster Presentation Winner: Dr. Kit Sampat - Use of th echick embryo model of neuroblastoma for testing chemotherapy agents.
Academic Clinical Lecturer - Prize Presentation Winners 2017
Best Oral Presentation Winner: Dr. Ben Micheals - Identifying immunomodulatory targets to reduce leucocyte infiltration in viral encephalitis.
Best Poster Presenation Winner: Dr. Janet Scott - Post Ebola Syndrome, Sierra Lenone 2017