Awards Winners

Awards Winners

EAP Young Investigator Award

Joany Zachariasse, Netherlands – Improving the Manchester Triage System for children using vital signs

ESPR Young Investigator Awards

1st Prize:

Maria Feldmann, Switzerland – Delayed Maturation of the Structural Whole Brain Connectome in Neonates with Congenital Heart Disease

2nd Prize – joint winners:

Anouk Scholten, Netherlands – The Effect of Initial High vs. Low FIO2 on Diaphragm Activity in Preterm Infants at Birth

Elise Mank, Netherlands – Efficacy and safety of enteral recombinant human insulin in preterm infants: A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial

ESPNIC Young Investigators Award

1st prize:

Tng Chang Kwok, UK – Personalized mortality prediction tool for very preterm infants using machine learning: A national database study

2nd prize:

Francesca Sperotto, Italy – Impact of COVID-19 outbreak on rates and types of admission to pediatric intensive care units in Northern Italy

ESPR Bengt Robertson Award for Research Concerning the Neonatal Lung 

Emma Williams, UK – Bronchopulmonary dysplasia and postnatal growth following extremely preterm birth: A whole population study over a five-year period

ESPNIC Nursing Awards

Oral presentations:

Ana Kidman, Australia – Preventing extubation failure in preterm infants with non-invasive respiratory support

Marjorie de Man, Netherlands – Parental experiences of their infant’s hospitalization for cardiac surgery, a systematic review

Poster presentation:

Marla Avila, Brazil – Construction of educational material for children’s surgery