ANNOUNCEMENT OF WINNERS OF THE CONTEST FOR THE BEST PRESENTATIONS BY EARLY CARRIER RESEARCHERS

Winner of the 1st prize in the contest for the best oral presentation by early carrier researcher, with award of 300 euro:

Mikaeloff Flora, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden, for the study “TRANS COHORTS METABOLIC REPROGRAMMING TOWARDS GLUTAMINOLYSIS IN LONG-TERM SUCCESSFULLY TREATED HIV-INFECTION: POTENTIAL ROLE IN ACCELERATED AGING AND LATENCY REVERSAL” with award of 300 euro.


Winner of the 2nd prize in the contest for the best oral presentation by early carrier researcher, with award of 200 euro:

Fedulov Artemy, Englehardt Institute of Molecular Biology, Moscow, Russia, for the study “HEPATITIS DELTA VIRUS ANTIGENS TRIGGER ROS PRODUCTION AND ACTIVATE ANTIOXIDANT RESPONSE FACTORS” with award of 200 euro.

The laboratories of the winners of the 1st and the 2nd prize are entitled to free publication in the special issue of CANCERS (mdpi, IF 6.6) devoted to the symposium.

Winners of the 3rd prize in the contest for the best oral presentation by early carrier researcher, with award of 100 euro:

Kondrashova Alla, Chumakov Federal Scientific Center for Research and Developement of Immune- and Biological Products of Russian Academy of Science, Moscow, Russia, for the study “CHANGE OF PHENOTYPICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF HUMAN EPITHELIAL CELLS MADE TO OVEREXPRESS THE REVERSE TRANSCRIPTASE OF HIV-1”.

Golikov Mikhail, Englehardt Institute of Molecular Biology, Moscow, Russia, for the study “METABOLIC CHANGES IN HEPATOCYTES DURING HCV INFECTION: A STUDY IN THE PHYSIOLOGICAL MEDIA”.

Anisov Denis, Englelhardt Institute of Molecular Biology, Moscow, Russia, for the study “ITACONATE AND DIMETHYL ITACONATE PROMOTE LPS-INDUCED EXPRESSION OF IL-6 IN WHITE ADIPOSE TISSUE”.

Winner of the contest for the best poster presentation by early carrier researcher, with award of 50 euro:

Dmitry Kostushev, National Medical Research Center of Tuberculosis and Infectious Diseases, Moscow, and Sirius University of Science and Technology, Sochi, Russia, for

The study “TOOLS AND TECHNOLOGIES FOR INDUCIBLE AND REVERSIBLE PACKAGING OF CRISPR/CAS9 RIBONUCLEOPROTEIN COMPLEXES AND THEIR TARGETED DELIVERY BY BIOLOGICAL NANOPARTICLES”.

Symposium Chairs, Program and Organizing Committees of the Symposium cordially congratulate the winners and wish them success in further studies!

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