World Sleep Society is no longer accepting applications for Young Investigator Awards. The deadline was June 30, 2017.
First Tier: Oral Presentation Award Winners
Congratulations to the following winners!
The following award winners will present during S38 Young Investigator: Sleep research in neurodegeneration: Monday, October 9 from 5:30 to 7:00 PM
|Carmen Gutierrez Muñoz||Spain||DIFFERENT MARKERS IN IDIOPATHIC RAPID EYE MOVEMENT (REM) SLEEP BEHAVIOUR DISORDER (RBD), POSSIBLE PREDICTORS OF CONVERSION TO DIFFERENT TYPES OF ALPHA-SINUCLEINOPATHIES|
|Danay Clarissa Espinoza Castro||Chile||ENVELOPE ANALYSIS OF ELECTROMYOGRAM IN REM SLEEP BEHAVIOR DISORDER PATIENT|
|Gohei Yamada||Japan||STRIATAL DYSFUNCTION AND DIMINISHED FUNCTIONAL CONNECTIVITY IN IDIOPATHIC REM SLEEP BEHAVIOR DISORDER WITH SUBTLE MOTOR ALTERATION|
|Kangping Xiong||China||INCREASED SERUM CYSTATIN C IN PARKINSON’S DISEASE WITH OBJECTIVE SLEEP DISTURBANCE|
|Michela Figorilli||Italy||DIAGNOSING REM SLEEP BEHAVIOR DISORDER IN PARKINSON DISEASE WITHOUT A GOLD STANDARD: A LATENT CLASSES MODELS STUDY|
|Yaping Liu||Hong Kong||FAMILIAL AGGREGATION OF REM SLEEP BEHAVIOR DISORDER AND NEURODEGENERATIVE BIOMARKERS: A CASE-CONTROL FAMILY STUDY|
The following award winners will present during S77 Young Investigator: Sleep research in respiratory sleep medicine: Tuesday, October 10 from 5:30 to 7:00 PM
|Anupama Gupta||India||WHY IS OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA IN PEOPLE WITH RESISTANT HYPERTENSION MISSED SO OFTEN – A CLINICAL AND POLYSOMNOGRAPHIC CASE-CONTROLLED STUDY|
|Iana Andreieva||Ukraine||CARDIAC BIOMARKERS IN PATIENTS WITH OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA SYNDROME AND HEART FAILURE WITH PRESERVED EJECTION FRACTION|
|Jennifer M Cori||Australia||HYPOCAPNIA HAS MINIMAL INFLUENCE ON GENIOGLOSSUS MUSCLE AFTER-DISCHARGE ELICITED BY AROUSAL FROM SLEEP IN HEALTHY INDIVIDUALS|
|Rodrigo Tomazini Martins||Australia||EFFECTS OF MORPHINE ON THE PHENOTYPIC CAUSES OF OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA|
|Yu Sun Bin||Australia||DOES MATERNAL SLEEP APNEA AFFECT CHILDHOOD HEALTH AND EDUCATIONAL OUTCOMES? A LONGITUDINAL STUDY USING POPULATION RECORD LINKAGE|
|Anabel Castro-Grattoni||Spain||IMPACT OF INTERMITTENT HYPOXIA ON CARDIOVASCULAR REMODELING IN A MURINE MODEL OF SLEEP APNEA: EFFECT OF AGE|
The following award winners will present during S99 Young Investigator: Oral presentation: Wednesday, October 11 from 5:30 to 7:00 PM
|Anja Holm||Denmark||THE EVOLUTIONARY CONSERVED microRNA miR-137 REGULATES GENE EXPRESSION AND DIURNAL RHYTHM OF THE WAKE-PROMOTING HYPOCRETIN NEUROPEPTIDES|
|Giovanni Piantoni||Netherlands||ULTRA-SLOW (0.0002 Hz) FLUCTUATIONS IN HUMAN INTRACRANIAL RECORDINGS CORRELATE WITH SLEEP|
|Janet M.Y. Cheung||Canada||TRAJECTORIES OF USE OF OVER-THE-COUNTER AND NATURAL PRODUCTS FOR SLEEP: A FIVE YEAR FOLLOW-UP|
|Lampros Perogamvros||Switzerland||EXPERIENCING FEAR IN DREAMS RELATES TO BRAIN RESPONSES TO AVERSIVE STIMULI DURING WAKEFULNESS|
|Lucie Barateau||France||EXPLORATION OF CARDIAC AUTONOMIC FUNCTION BY MYOCARDIAL 123-I-MIBG SCINTIGRAPHY IN NARCOLEPSY TYPE 1|
|Michael Prerau||United States||SEEKING A NEW STANDARD: A NOVEL CHARACTERIZATION OF SLEEP SPINDLES THROUGH TIME-FREQUENCY PEAK ANALYSIS|
Second Tier: Poster Presentation Awards
Best abstract poster of the day: four award recipients will be selected each day for all three days of the congress (Monday, October 9th through Wednesday, October 11, 2017) for a total of 12 award recipients.
Criteria: Novelty, scientific rigor, and importance of findings (clinical and/or basic science)
If your poster is selected, you will receive a monetary award of $400.00 USD.
Deadline: PASSED June 30, 2017
Requirement: 35 years old or younger OR less than 3 years in that topic.
|Claudia Trenkwalder, MD
Professor of Neurology,
University of Göttingen (Germany)
|Carlos H. Schenck, MD
Professor of Psychiatry,
University of Minnesota (USA)
Minnesota Regional Sleep Disorders Center