We are pleased to inform you that our team at the Department of Biostatistics and Translational Medicine has been awarded by the Rector of the Medical University of Lodz for research achievements in 2020. In total, we have been awarded 9 times, once for international projects, 5 times for 1st-degree research achievements and 3 times for 2nd-degree research achievements!

Awards for international research projects:

  1. Wojciech Fendler, MD, PhD for “Defining and Targeting Adaptations to Oncogenic KRAS G12C Inhibition Using Quantitive Temporal Proteomics” published in Cell Reports (9,423 IF)

1st-degree research awards:

  1. Bartłomiej Tomasik, MD, PhD, Konrad Stawiski, MD, in team, for publication series „Clinical significance of FGFR2-PR axis in invasive breast cancer” (10,345 IF)
  2. Wojciech Fendler, MD, PhD, Urszula Smyczyńska, PhD, Konrad Pagacz, MD, Przemysław Kucharski, MEng, Szymon Grabia, MSc, in team, for publication series “Bioinformatic methods in large-scale analyses coding and non-coding RNA expression changes” (10,608 IF)
  3. Wojciech Fendler, MD, PhD, Bartłomiej Tomasik, PhD, Konrad Stawiski, MD, Zuzanna Nowicka, MD, in team, for publication series „New prognostic factors and biomarkers associated with head and neck carcinoma treatment” (11,195 IF)
  4. Wojciech Fendler, MD, PhD, Damian Mikulski, MD, Konrad Stawiski, MD, in team, for publication series “Drug resistance in multiple myeloma patients treated with bortezomib” (11,350 IF)
  5. Wojciech Fendler, MD, PhD, Arkadiusz Michalak, MD, Aleksandra Łosiewicz, MD, Chrzanowski Jędrzej, in team, for publication series “Application of new technologies in glucose monitoring in patients with type 1 diabetes” (12,687 IF)

2nd-degree research awards:

  1. Wojciech Fendler, MD, PhD, Zuzanna Nowicka, MD, Marcin Stańczak, MD, in team, for publication series “Investigation of rare monogenic diabetes syndromes” (7,484 IF)
  2. Bartłomiej Tomasik, MD, PhD, in team, for publication “„The Role of Urine F2-Isoprostane Concentration in Delayed Cerebral Ischemia after Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Haemorrhage – A Poor Prognostic Factor” (IF 3,706)
  3. Konrad Stawiski, MD, in team, for publication series “Risk assessment of psychosis development for prognosis and treatment” (10,045 IF)

Read more: https://umed.pl/pliki/2021/12/lista-laureatow-nagrod-Rektora-v.2-poprawiona-podpisana.pdf

Medical University of Lodz Rector’s awards for research achievements in 2020
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