Taeun Chang Early Career Travel Award
The Newborn Brain Society is proud to announce the Taeun Chang Early Career Travel Award, which will be presented to the trainee/early career (within 5 years post-training) candidate who submits the abstract selected as the most outstanding abstract at the International Newborn Brain Conference. The award will include costs of registration, travel and accommodations to the INBBC.
This award was established in the name of Dr. Taeun Chang (1971-2022), who was a founding member of the NBS, an active member of the Publications and Guidelines Committee from inception, and a distinguished child neurologist who contributed greatly to establishing the field of neonatal neurology and neurocritical care. An innovator, scientist, dedicated clinician, and beloved mentor to numerous trainees, Dr. Chang’s contributions to advancing newborn brain care will be honored and remembered annually through the NBS Taeun Chang Early Career Travel Award.
NBS Trainee Awards
The Newborn Brain Society will provide a limited number of NBS Trainee Awards for best submitted abstracts to be presented by a trainee, in the form of free conference registration.
Recipients of 2022 Newborn Brain Society Trainee Award
Miss Constance Burgod
Imperial College London, London, United Kingdom
Whole blood gene expression profile provides insights into lack of hypothermic neuroprotection after hypoxicischemic encephalopathy in low- and middle-income countries. #48
Miss Lisanne Baak
Department of Neonatology, Wilhelmina Children’s Hospital, University Medical Center
Utrecht, Utrecht University, Utrecht, the Netherlands
Intranasal administration of mesenchymal stromal cells is feasible and safe to treat perinatal arterial ischemic
stroke: results of the PASSIoN trial, #74
Miss Katarina Robertsson Grossmann
Department of CLINTEC, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden,
Long term outcome after hypothermia-treated hypoxic-ischaemic encephalopathy, #145