PROGRAMMA 2020

Wegens de aangescherpte maatregelen rondom COVID-19 kon dit jaar het Pélerìn arts-assistenten symposium niet in gebruikelijke vorm plaatsvinden. Het is helaas niet mogelijk gebleken om een afgeschaalde fysieke versie te laten plaatsvinden.

Woensdag 7 oktober hebben wij tussen 17:00-18:00u de winnaars op de hoogte gesteld en de prijzen overhandigd. Een videoverslag van deze avond volgt.

winnaar Pelerin WETENSCHAPSPRIJS

Veronique Schiffer – Gynaecologie en obstetrie

GENOMINEERDEN Pelerin WETENSCHAPSPRIJS

Michiel Henkens – Cardiologie
Laura Jorissen – Gynaecologie en obstetrie
Sander Schop – Plastische en reconstructieve chirurgie
Lindsay Spekreijse – Oogheelkunde

Winnaar AAV-pitchprijs)

Carine Leung – Mond-, Kaak- en Aangezichtschirurgie

Genomineerden AAV-pitchprijs

Evie Colier – Chirurgie
Jeroen Habets – Neurochirurgie
Remon Korenblik – Chirurgie

SEMI-ARTSEN PRESENTATIES

Ashkan Rezazadeh                      
Julia Bels                                               
Britt Delnoy                                          
Iris van Goor                                     
Laura Heynen
Josje Otten
Jiske Sloekers
Laura Sijben
Bina Tariq

GENOMINEERDEN 2020 stellen zich voor

Genomineerden pelerin wetenschapsprijs 2020

Michiel Henkens

Vakgroep
Cardiologie

Onderzoek

Intravenous Immunoglobulin Therapy in patients with Chronic Idiopathic Cardiomyopathy and Cardiac Parvovirus B19 persistence.  A prospective, double-blind, randomized placebo-controlled clinical trial

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Laura Jorissen

Afdeling
Gynaecologie en obstetrie

Onderzoek

A Model for Prepregnant Prediction of Delivery of a Small for Gestational Age Neonate: Derivation and Internal Validation

Veronique Schiffer

Afdeling
Gynaegologie en obstetrie

Onderzoek

Preventing recurrent preeclampsia by tailored treatment of non-physiologic hemodynamic changes in pregnancy

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Sander Schop

Afdeling
Plastische en reconstructieve chirurgie

Onderzoek

Full Breast reconstruction with Autologous Fat Transfer: interim results from the BREAST-trial

Lindsay Spekreijse

Afdeling

Oogheelkunde

Onderzoek
Immediate versus delayed sequential bilateral cataract surgery in the Netherlands (the BICAT-NL study): a prospective multicenter non-inferiority randomised controlled trial

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DEELNEMERS PÉLERIN 2020

Romy Aarnoutse – Department of Surgery

The Clinical Link between Human Intestinal Microbiota and Systemic Cancer Therapy

Ashkan Rezazadeh – Department of gastroenterology and liver disorders

Histopathological features of chronicity in colonic biopsies taken at time of diagnosis can predict a long-term severe disease course in patients with Crohn’s disease: results from the population-based IBD South-Limburg cohort 

Julia Bels – Department of Intensive Care

Decreased serial scores of severe organ failure assessments are associated with survival in mechanically ventilated patients; the prospective Maastricht Intensive Care COVID cohort.

Evie Colier – Department of Surgery

The gene expression profile in clinically node negative T1-2 breast cancer patients: 
Its additional value in case of sentinel lymph node biopsy is not performed  

Lieke van Delft – Department of Dermatology

5 year results of a randomized controlled trial comparing topical photodynamic therapy with fractionated 5-aminolaevulinic acid 20% with two-stage topical methyl aminolaevulinate for treatment of superficial basal cell carcinoma

Britt Delnoy – Department of Pediatrics

The therapeutic potential  of hGALT mRNA in galt  knockout zebrafish

Jean Daemen – Department of Cardiothoracic surgery

Intercostal nerve cryoablation versus thoracic epidural for postoperative analgesia following pectus excavatum repair: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Jean Daemen – Department of Cardiothoracic surgery

Three-dimensional optical surface imaging as a diagnostic tool to determine surgical candidacy in pectus excavatum: preliminary results

Aysun Damci – Department of Neurology

A Biopsychological Approach in Small Fiber Neuropathy: Insights from Focus Groups

Diba Demir – Department of Surgery

Voorspellende factoren voor morbiditeit bij laparoscopische leverchirurgie

Yuri Foreman – Department of Internal Medicine

The association of daily glucose variability with arterial stiffness and structure: The Maastricht Study

April van Gennip – Department of Internal Medicine

Retinal microvascular calibers and incident depressive symptoms: The Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis 

Mohammed Ghossein – Department of Cardiology

Reduction in QRS area after cardiac resynchronization therapy is associated with survival and echocardiographic response

Iris van Goor – Department of Surgery

Improving Chemotherapeutic Treatment of Peritoneal Metastases in Colorectal Carcinoma: Organoid Drug Screens

Jeroen Habets – Department of Neurosurgery

Individual-trained classification models can improve daily-life bradykinesia monitoring in Parkinson patients

Luuk Heckman – Department of Cardiology

Electrical characteristics of deep septal vs. left bundle branch (area) pacing

Michiel Henkens – Department of Cardiology

Intravenous Immunoglobulin Therapy in patients with Chronic Idiopathic Cardiomyopathy and Cardiac Parvovirus B19 persistence.  A prospective, double-blind, randomized placebo-controlled clinical trial (NCT00892112).

Laura Heynen – Department of pediatric gastroenterology and liver disorders

Clinical relevance of monitoring serum micronutrient levels in pediatric celiac disease

Laura Jorissen – Department of Gynaecology and Obstetrics

A Model for Prepregnant Prediction of Delivery of a Small for Gestational Age Neonate: Derivation and Internal Validation

Naomi Juliana – Department of Genetics and Cell Biology

Vaginal microbiota characteristics and genital infections among pregnant women in pemba island, tanzania

Daniëlle Kerkhofs – Department of Neurology

Parenchymal diffusivity changes over two years in close proximity to white matter hyperintensities in cerebral small vessel disease

Tim Klaassen – Department of Gastroenterology and liver disorders

Effect of oral or intragastric delivery of the bitter tastant quinine on food intake and appetite sensations: a randomised cross-over trial

Remon Korenblik – Department of Surgery

Added value of combined portal and hepatic vein embolization in small future remnant livers in complex liver resection. – Analysis of the DRAGON TRIAL COLLABORATIVE GROUP

Kim de Kort – Department of Neurology

Dual-Energy CT Angiography Improves Accuracy of Spot Sign for Predicting Hematoma Expansion in Intracerebral Hemorrhage

Sara Kuiper – Department of Surgery

Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of rubber band ligation versus sutured mucopexy versus haemorrhoidectomy in patients with recurrent haemorrhoidal disease (Napoleon Trial): study protocol for a multicentre randomized controlled trial

Ilse de Lange – Department of Surgery / Pediatrics

Chronic intra-uterine Ureaplasma parvum infection induces injury of the enteric nervous system in ovine fetuses

Carine Leung – Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Topology optimization of a mandibular reconstruction plate and biomechanical validation

 

Bibi Martens – Department of Radiology

The search for optimal scan and contrast media injection protocols in computed tomography: The era of individualized medicine

Lieke van der Meer – Department of Radiology

Diagnosing Necrotizing External Otitis on CT and MRI: Assessment of Spreading Patterns

Renee Misere – Department of Plastic Surgery

The prevalence of self-reported health complaints and health-related Quality of Life in women with breast implants

Veronique Schiffer – Department of Gynaecology and Obstetrics

Preventing recurrent preeclampsia by tailored treatment of non-physiologic hemodynamic changes in pregnancy

Marlies Mulder – Department of medical microbiology

Evaluation of 16 commercial serological assays for the detection of antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 in paired serum samples

Irene Moll – Department of Neurology

Functional electrical stimulation during walking in spastic cerebral palsy – study protocol

Julie Tutein Nolthenius – Department of Dermatology

External validation: a clinical prediction model for surgical site infection in dermatologic surgery

Josje Otten – Department of Ear, Nose and Throat diseases (ENT)

Verspreidingsroutes van necrotiserende otitis externa: 45 casus beoordeeld

Alexander Pennings – Department of Surgery

Functional outcomes in patients following a watch-and-wait policy for locally advanced rectal cancer: A qualitative study

Damiana Pierssens – Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Prediction of local recurrence in oral squamous cell carcinoma using immune cell markers. 

Veronique Schiffer – Department of Gynaecology and Obstetrics

The association between first trimester placental biomarkers and placental lesions of maternal vascular malperfusion

Sander Schop – Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Full Breast reconstruction with Autologous Fat Transfer: interim results from the BREAST-trial

Geert Schurgers – Department of Psychiatry

Longitudinal alterations in mRNA expression of the BDNF-neurotrophin signaling cascade in lymphocytes correlate with changes in depression scores in patients undergoing electroconvulsive therapy

Geert Schurgers – Department of Psychiatry

Successful electroconvulsive therapy in an elderly man with cerebral amyloid angiopathy

Laura Sijben – Department of Neurology/Neurophysiology

The cross-sectional area of the vagus nerve is not reduced in Parkinson’s Disease patients

Pomme Simons – Department of Internal Medicine

Relationship between de novo lipogenesis and serum sex hormone-binding globulin levels in humans

Hansje Smeele – Department of Plastic Surgery

Learning curve of sensory nerve coaptation in autologous breast reconstruction: A single-center experience

Michiel Slaats – Department of Medical Microbiology

Patterns of temperature, CRP and leukocytes in sepsis and their role in predicting survival

Jiske Sloekers – Department of Neurosurgery

Nerve fiber density differences between the temporomesial and temporolateral dura mater: an explanation for new-onset post-craniotomy headache?

Lindsay Spekreijse – Department of Ophthalmology

Immediate versus delayed sequential bilateral cataract surgery in the Netherlands (the BICAT-NL study): a prospective multicenter non-inferiority randomised controlled trial

Linda Stevens Brentjens – Department of Gynaecology and Obstetrics

On fertile ground: Steroid metabolism in the endometrium in relation to pregnancy chances in women undergoing IVF/ICSI treatment.

Lisa van Stiphout – Department of Ear, Nose and Throat diseases (ENT)

Bilateral Vestibulopathy Decreases Self-Motion Perception

Bina Tariq – Department of Ear, Nose and Throat diseases (ENT)

Safety of oral methylene blue in swallowing assessment: A systematic review.

Vivian Vernimmen – Department of Clinical Genetics

Neurofibromatosis type 1 and the next generation: is preimplantation genetic testing the solution?

Babette Verkouteren – Department of Dermatology

Determinants of treatment failure of superficial and nodular basal cell carcinoma with imiquimod 5%

Babette Verkouteren – Department of Dermatology

Eight years of experience with vismodegib in the Netherlands: A retrospective cohort study

Pascal Vroemen – Department of Ophthalmology

The effects of pressure and strain on neuronal cells

Rianne Willemsen – Department of Pulmonology and Oncology

Functional MRI of Food Reward and Taste Perception after Bio- and Chemoradiation with Curative Intent in Head and Neck Squamous Cell Carcinoma Patients

Joost Wolfs – Department of Plastic and Reconstructive surgery

Correlation between patency and clinical improvement after lymphaticovenous anastomosis (LVA) in breast cancer-related lymphedema: 12-month follow-up