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BALKAN AWARD

 

The reception of articles for Balkan Award 2012 up to 30 of May 2012

BioSystems S.A. is sponsoring annually the BALKAN AWARD for Clinical Laboratory Research with the collaboration of the different societies in the countries within the Balkans region.

The aims of the Balkan Award are:

  • To stimulate research among laboratory professionals
  • To acknowledge laboratory professionals who are carrying out research


BALKAN AWARD
2011
.
for Clinical Laboratory Research

WINNER
Raluca Dumache, from the Biochemistry Department of University of Medicine and Pharmacy "Victor Babes" in Timisoara with paper entitled "New molecular biomarkers used in the diagnosis, prognosis and therapeutical approach in prostate cancer".

SECOND
Emmanuel Batakis
from Hormone Laboratory, of the "Aretaieio" Hospital in Athens, and with the paper. Evaluation of asymmetric dimethylarginine (ADMA) throughout normal pregnancy, in pregnancies with small for gestational age infants and in preeclampsia.


BALKAN AWARD
2010
.
for Clinical Laboratory Research

WINNER
"INFLUENCE OF DETECTION OF PRETREATMENT CYTOGENETIC ABNORMALITIES ON FIRST COMPLETE REMISSION AND SURVIVAL IN ADULT ACUTE LYMPHOBLASTIC LEUKEMIA (ALL)"
From authors: Milena G. Velizarova, Evgueniy A. Hadjiev, Kamelia V. Alexandrova, Ivanka I. Dimova, Draga Toncheva adn Nadya E. Dimitrova
Bulgaria

SECOND
"GENETIC ASPECTS OF EARLY ISCHEMIC STROKE: LIPOPROTEIN METABOLISM AS POTENTIAL RISK FACTOR"
From authors: Sanja Stanković, Sanja Glišić, Milika Ašanin, Dragan Alavantić, Nada Majkić-Singh
Serbia


BALKAN AWARD 2009.
for Clinical Laboratory Research

About 2009 in Ohrid those were the winners:

WINNER
Zorica Arsova-Sarafinovska, From Institute of Public Health ( Department for Quality Control of Medicines ) of Skopje ( Republic of Macedonia), with the paper entitled "Oxidative Stress, Oxidative DNA Damage and Genetic Polymorphisms Of Antioxidan.t Enzymes In Prostate Cancer

SECOND
Sanja Stankovic, from Institute of Medical Biochemistry ( Clinical Centre of Serbia ) of Belgrade with the paper entitled "The Interactions Of Apolipoprotein E And Angiotensin I-Converting Enzyme DNA Polymorphisms With Modifiable Factors On Early Ischemic Stroke Risk


BALKAN AWARD 2008.
for Clinical Laboratory Research

About 2008 in Athens those were the winners:

WINNER
Birsen Can Demirdogen "PON1 -107TT and 55LL genotypes are risk factors and triple combined heterozygote haplotype (QRLMTC) is protective for ischemic stroke "Refik Saydam Central Hygiene Institute of Ankara (Turkey)

SECOND
Tatjana Jevtovic-Stoimenov "Polymorphism of TNF-a -308 and LT-a +250 and Endonuclease Activity in adults Patients with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia and Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma".Institute of Biochemistry of the Medical Faculty of University of Nis (Serbia)


BALKAN AWARD
2007.
for Clinical Laboratory Research

WINNER:
Marica Marković from the Institute of Medical Biochemistry, Clinical Center of Serbia in Belgrade (Serbia) is the WINNER of Balkan Award 2007. with the article titled  "Short-term hyperthermia prevents activation of proinflammatory genes in fibroblast-like synoviocytes by blocking the activation of the transcription factor nf-?b"

FINALIST:
Christina Kostara from the Laboratory of Clinical Chemistry of Medical School of University of Ioannina (Greece ) as finalist with the article titled "Investigation of lipidemic profile in patients with coronary
heart disease (chd) by proton nuclear magnetic resonance (1h nmr) spectroscopy and pattern-recognition techniques".

 

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