european network for the study of adrenal tumors

 

ENS@T Awards

The ENS@T awards are bestowed every year to the best scientific works in the field of adrenal tumours that have been accepted for publication in the preceding calender year and for the best Poster presentations at the yearly ENS@T meetings. Please see below for actual award applications possibilities and for a list of past award winners.

Scientific Awards 20XX: New submissions

This year we have 4 different awards, each of 2000€, one award for each of the categories corresponding to the four working groups of ENS@T: ACC, NAPACA, APA and PPGL.

Applicants are asked to provide the manuscript together with a cover letter, a two page CV and a signed statement that all other collaborators (if applicable) have been informed and agreed with the authors’ application (click here for the form if you apply for the Bruno Allolio ACC award, click here for the form if you apply for the NAPACA awardclick here for the form if you apply for the APA awardclick here for the form if you apply for the PPGL award) as PDF files to ensatweb@gmail.com

The rules for submission are:

- Research has to be carried out primarily in Europe. The scientific work has to be accepted for publication in a peer-reviewed journal prior to submission. Publication should not have taken place longer than one year before application date.

- Applicants should be within 15 years of receipt of their doctoral title (PhD or MD) at the time of application. PhD or MD students are also eligible to apply. No more than two applicants are allowed per application. Collaborators (e.g. co-authors of a manuscript) not applying for the award must provide their written consent prior to the application of the candidate(s) (see application forms above).

Submission deadline is September XXth, 20XX.


We are looking forward to your application.

The ENSAT Executive Committee

ENS@T Awards 2019

ENSAT Scientific Awards


Group picture of ENS@T scientific awards winners


Bruno Allolio Award for ACC research


Anne Jouinot

For the work: DNA methylation is an independent prognostic marker of survival in adrenocortical cancer


ENSAT Award for APA research


Masanori Murakami and Yara Rhayem

For the work: In situ metabolomics of aldosterone-producing adenomas


ENSAT Award for NAPACA research


Grethe Astrom Ueland

For the work: Adrenal venous sampling for assessment of autonomous cortisol secretion


ENSAT Award for PPGL research


Bruna Calsina and Luis Jaime Castro-Vega

For the work: Integrative multi-omics analysis identifies a prognostic miRNA signature and a targetable miR-21-3p/TSC2/mTOT axis in metastatic pheochromocytoma/paraganglioma



ENSAT Poster Awards

Group picture of poster awards winners




ACC


Kate Ward for the poster: Investigating the role of the Liver X Receptor in potentiating mitotane therapy in adrenocortical carcinoma


APA


Xiao Wang and Daniel A. Heinrich for the poster: Identification of potential predictors of adrenal insufficiency after unilateral adrenalectomy for primary aldosteronism


NAPACA


Guido di Dalmazi for the poster: Prevalence and incidence of atrial fibrillation in a large population of adrenal incidentalomas


PPGL


Carlota Arenillas for the poster: Highly frequent EPAS1 somatic gain-of-function mutations and genotype-phenotype associations in Pheochromocytomas and Paragangliomas of Patients with Cyanotic Congenital Heart Disease



and some more photos from the awards dinner:


ENS@T Awards 2018

Bruno Allolio Award for ACC research


Juliane Lippert

For the work:  Targeted molecular analysis in adrenocortical carcinomas: a strategy towards improved personalized prognostication


ENSAT Award for APA research


Fabio L. Fernandes-Rosa

For the work: A gain-of-function mutationin theCLCN2 chloride channel gene causes primary aldosteronism


ENSAT Award for NAPACA research


  Ábel Decmann

For the work:  MicroRNAExpression Profilingin Adrenal Myelolipoma


ENSAT Award for PPGL research


Bruna Calsina and Maria Currás-Freixes

For the work: Role ofMDH2 pathogenicvariant in pheochromocytoma and paraganglioma patients


Susan Richter and Barbara Klink

For the work: Metabolome-guided genomics to identify pathogenic variants in isocitrate dehydrogenase, fumarate hydratase, and succinate dehydrogenasegenes in pheochromocytoma and paraganglioma




ENSAT Poster Awards

Group picture of (almost) all poster awards winners



ACC


Laura Landwehr for the poster: Steroid hormones and cancer immunity – insight into adrenocortical carcinoma


APA


Kelly de Sousa for the poster: Characterization of the genetic, cellular and molecular heterogeneity in aldosterone producing adenoma


NAPACA


Valeria Bisogni for the poster: Onset of autoimmune diseases in patients with Cushing’s Syndrome after successfully treatment


PPGL


Judith Goncalves for the poster: Sdhd knockout cells, a new model to explain sdhb-related malignancy in paraganglioma


Paradifference Foundation Awards 2017

ENSAT and Paradifference Foundation Awards for malignant PPGL research


Lucie Evenepoel

For the work: Expression of Contactin 4 is associated with malignant behavior in pheochromocytomas and paragangliomas


Serena Martinelli

For the work: The microenvironment induces collective migration in SDHB silenced mouse pheochromocytoma spheroids


ENS@T Awards 2017

Bruno Allolio Award for ACC research

Carmen Ruggiero

For the work: Dosage-dependent regulation of VAV2 expression by steroidogenic factor-1 drives adrenocortical carcinoma cell invasion


ENSAT Award for APA research