ERS International Congress 2018: highlights from best-abstract awardees.pdf (94.33 kB)
ERS International Congress 2018: highlights from best-abstract awardees.
journal contributionposted on 2019-06-10, 15:47 authored by O Burgy, J Armitage, L Wain, M Casas, LC Mantoani, E Bodier-Montagutelli, C Boccabella, J De Brandt
A summary of the ERS International Congress 2018 from the best-abstract awardees for each ERS Assembly and their views on the evolving field of research of their respective Assemblies http://ow.ly/c0eq30ntKuw. During the 2018 European Respiratory Society (ERS) International Congress in Paris the author of the best abstract from every assembly was awarded (based on the highest average score from the abstract reviewers for an author under 40 years of age). Best-abstract awardees were invited to write a short summary of their Congress experience and view on the evolving field of research of their respective assembly. The purpose of this article is to give the readers a fast overview of some of the Congress highlights and to give the stage to the young and promising best-abstract awardees, as they are the future of the ERS.
J. De Brandt is funded by the Flemish government. The Research of FWO Aspirant J. De Brandt is sponsored by FWO-grant #11B4718N. O. Burgy is supported by a postdoctoral fellowship from the European Respiratory Society and the European Molecular Biology Organization (ERS/EMBO Joint Research Fellowship – Nr. LTRF 2016–7481).
CitationBreathe, 2018, 14 (4), pp. e137-e142
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