Abstract Awards

January 19, 2023

Presidential Poster Competition Winners 2023

Topic  Winner  Abstract
Bone and Mineral Metabolism Rimesh Pal
Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing The Efficacy Of Teriparatide, Zoledronate And Denosumab In Postmenopausal Women With Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus At High Risk Of Fragility Fractures: 6-Month Interim Analysis Of HR-pQCT Parameters
Neuroendocrinology Shany Yang  Lipocalin-2 as a mediator of negative affect after sepsis
Pediatric Endocrinology Herman Muller
Treatment of Childhood-Onset Craniopharyngioma Patients Using Proton Beam Therapy Versus Photon-Based Radiation Therapy in the Prospective Kraniopharyngeom 2007 Trial
Tumor Biology & Neoplasia Erin Gibbons Glycoprotein-NMB (GPNMB) is a Potential Lymphangioleiomyomatosis (LAM) Therapeutic Target and Biomarker

Topic  Winner  Abstract
Adipose, Appetite, and Obesity Vibha Singhal
Biomechanical CT to Assess Bone After Sleeve Gastrectomy in Adolescents with Obesity- Prospective Longitudinal Study
Cardiovascular Endocrinology Suranut Charoensri Development and Impact of a Best Practice Alert for Primary Aldosteronism Screening 
Clinical Adrenal & Pituitary Seung Shin Park
Differences of body composition and comorbidities in patients with primary aldosteronism according to sex and subtypes 
Neuroendocrinology José García Rodrigo Prolactin Exerts Anti- and Pro-inflammatory Actions in Joint Tissues That Are Cytokine-Dependent 
Reproductive Endocrinology Hannah McDowell  Ovary-derived hydrogels elucidate the matrisome properties that may influence folliculogenesis 
Thyroid Biology & Cancer Raymond Douglas  Durability of Treatment Response With VRDN-001, a Full Antagonist Antibody to IGF-1 Receptor, in Patients with Thyroid Eye Disease (TED): Phase 1/2 Clinical Study 

Topic  Winner  Abstract
Bone and Mineral Metabolism Joshua Myers An Orally Administered Robotic Pill (RP) Reliably And Safely Delivers the Human Parathyroid Hormone Analog hPTH(1-34) (Teriparatide) With High Bioavailability in Healthy Human Volunteers: A Phase 1 Study
Diabetes and Vascular Disease Christian Checkcinco The G Protein Coupled Receptor GPR31 Promotes Islet Inflammation and Diabetes
Membrane Receptors and Intracellular Signaling Alejandra Rodriguez Rondon Novel Obesity-Associated Melanocortin 4 Receptor Variants Modulate Signaling Differently
Nuclear Receptors/Coregulators Angela Dean Investigate if Sex Differences in Microbiota is Sufficient to Promote Bile Acid-Mediated Hepatocellular Carcinoma in Mice
Reproductive Endocrinology Ricardo Azziz Constitutive overexpression of microRNA-93 as a cause of metabolic dysfunction and hyperandrogenism in polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS): Evidence from a transgenic (miR-93) murine model
Thyroid Biology and Cancer Maheswaran Dhanasekaran Outcomes Of Radiofrequency Ablation For Autonomously Functioning Thyroid Adenoma- Mayo Clinic Experience
Transgender Medicine
Sira Korpaisarn  A Low Dose Cyproterone Acetate in Feminizing Hormone Treatment

The Endocrine Society provides awards to recognize outstanding work in endocrinology. These recognition awards are given to outstanding abstracts submitted by in-training fellows and new faculty whom who have been accepted to present their research during the meeting. Honorees will receive a certificate of recognition for their research.  

Each award has varying criteria. Please visit ENDO Awards to learn more. Winner selection for all awards is based on award criteria and abstract score. 

Standard Award Requirements: 

  • You MUST be the first and presenting author on the abstract submission. 
  • You MUST be currently in-training (Graduate Student, Medical School Student, Clinical/Post-Doctoral Fellow) or early career junior faculty (within 3 years of completing your fellowship and/or 1st–2nd year of appointment). 
  • You MUST NOT have won a travel award to attend ENDO 2022 
  • You MUST be an Endocrine Society member to be considered for an abstract-based award.  

Please note: In-person attendance at ENDO 2023 is required to receive the award. The travel award program is not offered virtually. Members are eligible to receive one travel award or travel reimbursement per meeting. If you are selected for more than one travel award you will receive the higher monetary value. 

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