Young Investigator Award

The highest scoring abstracts from young investigators submitted for presentation at the annual conference may qualify for an oral presentation in this category.

Successful Young Investigators are invited to make an oral presentation at the annual conference. The winner will be awarded €500 towards their costs to attend the annual conference to present their paper. However all presenters must have applied officially for a bursary prior to the conference and will be reimbursed after the conference.

If you have any questions please contact the Secretariat

Previous winners include:

ARTERY19 – Budapest, 2019 Kenneth Fung (Queen Mary University of London, UK)
“First genome-wide association study of cardiovascular magnetic resonance derived aortic distensibility reveals 7 loci”

ARTERY18 – Guimaraes, 2018 Rachel Climie & Anish Bhuva
“Occupational, sport and leisure related physical activity have contrasting effects on neural baroreflex sensitivity” & Feasibility of aortic wave intensity analysis from sequentially acquired cardiac MRI and non-invasive central blood pressure”

ARTERY17 – Copenhagen, 2017 Andrea Guala (Barcelona)
“Invasive study for testing non-invasive methods of aortic pressure estimation”

ARTERY16 – Copenhagen, 2016 Dean Picone (Hobart)
“Discovery of a new blood pressure phenotype from invasive central-to-peripheral recordings: implications for brachial cuff accuracy and cardiovascular risk assessment”

ARTERY15 – Krakow, 2015 Nanna B. Johansen (Gentofte)
“The effect of glycaemic state transition on accelerated aortic stiffening: a longitudinal study in the Whitehall II cohort”

ARTERY14 – Maastricht, 2014 Marina Cecelja (Guildford)
“Gene expression analysis identify genes associated with arterial stiffness and carotid diameter in the twins UK cohort”

ARTERY13 – London, 2013 Maureen Alivon (Paris)
“Changes in blood pressure and arterial mechanical properties after antiangiogenic drugs: association with cancer progression and mortality”

ARTERY12 – Vienna, 2012 Keith Ng (Sydney)
“Segmental aortic stiffness determined by the association of elastin degradation and calcium deposition in rat models of hypertension and aortic calcification”

ARTERY11 – Paris, 2011 Liesbeth Taelman (Ghent)
“Predicting the functional impact of residual aortic coarctation lesions during exercise using advanced computer model simulations”

ARTERY10 – Verona, 2010 Dr Natalia Lopez-Andres (Vandoeuvre-les-Nancy)
“Cardiotrophin-1 is a determinant of arterial stiffness and thickness in rodents”

ARTERY9 – Cambridge, 2009 Dr Marina Cecelja (London)
“Aortic stiffness in middle aged women is heritable and relates to blood pressure and aortic calcification: a twin study”

ARTERY8 – Ghent, 2008 Roel van de Laar (Maastricht)
“Life-course habitual physical activity and its impact on arterial stiffness: The Amsterdam Growth and Health Longitudinal Study (AGAHLS)”

ARTERY7 – Prague, 2007 Dr Nearchos Hadjiloizou (London)
“Can wave intensity help explain the different velocity flow profiles in the coronary arteries?”

ARTERY6 – Athens, 2006 Dr Kaisa Maki-Petaja (Cambridge) for the presentation entitled
“Ezetimibe and simvastatin both reduce inflammation, disease activity, aortic stiffness and improve endothelial function in rheumatoid arthritis”.

ARTERY5 – Paris, 2005 Anne-Isabelle Tropeano (Paris) for the presentation entitled
“Humoral factors vs load: long lasting influence on arterial stiffness and thickness”