Abstract Awards from the 46th SNACC Annual Meeting, October 11-12, 2018, in San Francisco, California.
Women in Neuroanesthesiology and Neuroscience Education and Research
(WINNER) Abstract Award
The Women in Neuroanesthesiology and Neuroscience Education and Research (WINNER) Abstract Award is given to the top female first-time scientific abstract presenter at the SNACC meeting. This award recognizes excellence in research and is part of SNACC’s strategy to address gender disparities in academic neuroanesthesia. The recipient of this award will be recognized at the SNACC Annual Meeting, receive a complementary one year SNACC membership, receive complementary registration at the next SNACC meeting, and be provided with mentorship opportunities within SNACC. This award will be given to the highest-scoring abstract meeting the criteria below:
- Female presenter
- Rank of Assistant Professor or below
- First time abstract presenter at SNACC
|Congratulations to Dr. Shu Li for her receiving the first WINNER Abstract Award at the SNACC 2018 Annual Meeting. Dr. Li is a resident in the Department of Anesthesiology at Titian Hospital in China. Her poster “Mannitol Improves Intraoperative Brain Relaxation in Patients with Midline Shift Undergoing Supratentorial Tumor Surgery: A Randomized Controlled Trial” was presented during poster session.|
The purpose of the Travel Awards is to facilitate attendance to a SNACC annual meeting by a trainee by offsetting cost allowing the recipient the opportunity to present a poster. These awards are given to medical students, graduate students, residents, or fellows each year for receiving highest scores by abstract graders. The award consists of a financial award and presentation of a certificate during the annual meeting. To qualify, candidates should be either a medical student, resident, graduate student, clinical fellow or post-doctoral fellow at the time of the annual meeting and must be the presenting author of an abstract accepted for presentation at the SNACC annual meeting. The recipient must attend the SNACC annual meeting to receive their award and certificate.
|The 2018 SNACC Abstract Travel Awards were awarded to Dr. Brian Griffiths, Mr. Orlik Andriu, Dr. Robert Ruemmler, Dr. Hideki Matsuura, and Dr. Anand Rao. The awards are given to the highest scoring abstracts submitted by student, resident, PhD candidate, or fellow. Congratulations to all awardees.|