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Nerve Connect

Vol. 4, July 2022

2022 PNS Annual Meeting Abstract Prize Recipients, Vol. 4, July 2022

Jun 27, 2022 | Nerve Connect

Each year the PNS presents named lectures and provides a $750 USD prize to Junior Members presenting oral platform or oral poster abstracts, as a tribute to the luminaries in our field. Being chosen as a plenary speaker or prize recipient is considered an honor and commemorates the contributions of previous leaders in the industry.

Congratulations to this year’s abstract prize winners!

  • Brendan Zotter received the Richard & Mary Bunge Prize in nerve biology for the abstract: Gli1 Regulates the Postnatal Acquisition of Peripheral Nerve Architecture.
  • Clare Campbell received the Arthur K. Asbury Prize in GBS/CIDP/Inflammatory neuropathy for the abstract: Complement inhibition prevents paranodal loop injury in an anti-GM1 antibody-mediated paranodal demyelinating mouse model.
  • Diana Tavares Ferreira received the Peter J. Dyck Prize in diabetic neuropathy for the abstract: Interactions Between Human Peripheral Sensory Neurons And Immune Cells.
  • Jessica Medina received the P.K. Thomas Prize in inherited neuropathies for the abstract: Kinome dysregulation in a CMT2E iPSC-derived motor neuron system.
  • Grace Shin¬†received the J.W. Griffin Prize in regeneration for the abstract: Neuron-macrophage interactions in models of chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy.
  • Anthony Cutrupi received the Jonathan Pembroke Prize for presenting author from Australia / New Zealand / South Asia for the abstract: Structural Variation and Gene-Intergenic Fusions: A Novel Mechanism of Neurodegeneration in Motor Neuron Diseases.
  • Luca Leonardi received the Richard A.C. Hughes Prize in clinical research for the abstract: Skin amyloid deposits and nerve fiber loss as markers of neuropathy onset and progression in hereditary transthyretin amyloidosis.
  • Luise Appeltshauser received the Anita Harding Prize for presenting female author: Clinical and pathophysiological characterization of anti-Pan-Neurofascin associated nodo-paranodopathy.

View all of this year’s abstracts, including the prize winners above, in the 2022 PNS Abstract Supplement.