For the past few days, our students took part in the Juvenes Pro Medicina conference. Our department was represented by:
1. Mateusz Łaszczych
– “Dosimetric predictors of the severity of lymphocyte depletion among patients undergoing radical radiotherapy for non-small cell lung cancer” achieving first place in the oncology original research session. The first place qualified him to present his work during the plenary session. His work has been awarded the third place from all studies presented during the conference.
2. Jacek Burzyński
– “Serological response to influenza vaccination in patients after kidney transplantation” achieving second place in the nephrology original research session.
– “Atypical autoimmune polyglandular syndrome associated with dominant AIRE variant- case report”
3. Kacper Kościelny
– „Thrombospondin-1 serum concentration predicts infectious complications in patients treated with BeEAM/BEAM conditioning regimen and autologous stem cell transplantation” achieving third place in the oncology original research session.
4. Ewa Klejman
– “Single center screening for ADHD in children with type 1 diabetes – the role of a student in clinical trials” achieving third place in the psychiatric original research session.
– “Performance of the MiniMed 780G system in a child with type 1 diabetes during bone marrow transplant procedure – a case study.”
5. Matylda Sobczak
– “Prognostic role of [18F] FDG-PET/CT standardized metabolic parameters in cervical cancer”
6. Julia Wykrota
– “Cross-sectional Wolfram Syndrome continuous glucose monitoring study” achieving second place in the neurology original research session.
– “T1Drink: patterns of alcohol consumption and related behavior in young adults with type 1 diabetes”
7. Kasper Kuna
– “Extreme acute radiation-induced toxicity in a patient with polymorphous low-grade adenocarcinoma of the nasopharynx and rare variants in DNA repair genes”
Congratulations to all our representatives!

Success of our students at Juvenes Pro Medicina 2023
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