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BSID 2019 Prize Winners

Find out the prize winners of 2019

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BSID 2019 PRIZE WINNERS

Oral Presentations:

Best Presentation:

O17  Tom Macleod –   IL-36ɣ acts as a global sensor of epithelial infection following liberation and activation by several epithelial pathogens

  1. Macleod, J. Ainscough, S. Herrick, Y. Terao, J. Wenzel, M. Stacey, M. Wittmann

Best Presentation – Runner Up:

O5      Florence Enjalbert – Understanding the role of ABCA12 in the Pathogenesis of Harlequin Ichthyosis
F. Enjalbert, P. Dewan, M. Caley, M. Morse, D. Kelsell, E. O’Toole

Best Presentation by a Clinical Trainee:

O18   Margaret Hammond – The Skin Microbiome in Atopic Dermatitis: Interactions BetweenBacteria (Staphyloccocus) and Fungi (Alternaria)
M. Hammond, J. Chandra, M. Retuerto, R. Sherif, M. Ghannoum, S. Nedorost, P. Mukherjee

Best Presentation by a Scientist Trainee (PhD):

O21    Anna Berekméri – Non-invasive proteomic analysis of inflammatory skin diseases via tape stripping and mass spectrometry.

  1. Berekméri, A. Alase, T. Macleod, P. Laws, M. Stacey, M. Wittmann

Posters

Best Poster:

P30: Lydia Costello – Generation of a novel ageing skin model

  1. Costello,1 N. Fullard,1 M. Roger,1 B. Hulette,2 D. Hill,3 C. Bascom,2 T. Dicolandrea,2 R. Isfort,2 P. Lovat3 and S. Przyborski1,4

1Durham University, Durham, U.K.; 2Procter and Gamble, Cincinnati, OH, U.S.A.; 3Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K. and 4Reprocell Europe, Sedgefield, U.K.

Best Poster – Runner Up:

P29: Rachael Sedman – Changes in structure and protease activity in the ageing scalp

  1. Sedman,1 D.J. Tobin,2 G.E. Westgate,1 A.D. Pawlus3 and M.J. Thornton1

1Centre for Skin Sciences, The University of Bradford, Bradford, U.K.; 2Charles Institute of Dermatology, University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland and 3Aveda, Hair Innovation & Technology, Blaine, MN, U.S.A.

Best Poster – Runner Up:

P10: Eleanor Earp – Somatic mutation in normal human skin: a patchwork of clones

  1. Earp,1,2 J. Fowler,2 S.H. Ong,2 C. King,2 R. Sood,2 M. Hall2 and P. Jones2

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Oral Presentations:

Best Presentation:

O17  Tom Macleod –   IL-36ɣ acts as a global sensor of epithelial infection following liberation and activation by several epithelial pathogens

  1. Macleod, J. Ainscough, S. Herrick, Y. Terao, J. Wenzel, M. Stacey, M. Wittmann

Best Presentation – Runner Up:

O5      Florence Enjalbert – Understanding the role of ABCA12 in the Pathogenesis of Harlequin Ichthyosis
F. Enjalbert, P. Dewan, M. Caley, M. Morse, D. Kelsell, E. O’Toole

Best Presentation by a Clinical Trainee:

O18   Margaret Hammond – The Skin Microbiome in Atopic Dermatitis: Interactions BetweenBacteria (Staphyloccocus) and Fungi (Alternaria)
M. Hammond, J. Chandra, M. Retuerto, R. Sherif, M. Ghannoum, S. Nedorost, P. Mukherjee

Best Presentation by a Scientist Trainee (PhD):

O21    Anna Berekméri – Non-invasive proteomic analysis of inflammatory skin diseases via tape stripping and mass spectrometry.

  1. Berekméri, A. Alase, T. Macleod, P. Laws, M. Stacey, M. Wittmann

Posters

Best Poster:

P30: Lydia Costello – Generation of a novel ageing skin model

  1. Costello,1 N. Fullard,1 M. Roger,1 B. Hulette,2 D. Hill,3 C. Bascom,2 T. Dicolandrea,2 R. Isfort,2 P. Lovat3 and S. Przyborski1,4

1Durham University, Durham, U.K.; 2Procter and Gamble, Cincinnati, OH, U.S.A.; 3Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K. and 4Reprocell Europe, Sedgefield, U.K.

Best Poster – Runner Up:

P29: Rachael Sedman – Changes in structure and protease activity in the ageing scalp

  1. Sedman,1 D.J. Tobin,2 G.E. Westgate,1 A.D. Pawlus3 and M.J. Thornton1

1Centre for Skin Sciences, The University of Bradford, Bradford, U.K.; 2Charles Institute of Dermatology, University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland and 3Aveda, Hair Innovation & Technology, Blaine, MN, U.S.A.

Best Poster – Runner Up:

P10: Eleanor Earp – Somatic mutation in normal human skin: a patchwork of clones

  1. Earp,1,2 J. Fowler,2 S.H. Ong,2 C. King,2 R. Sood,2 M. Hall2 and P. Jones2

1Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge, U.K. and 2Wellcome Sanger Institute, Cambridge, U.K.