Awards

WCTD 2016 is pleased to announce the winners of the Best Poster Prize.

Joanne Given, UK

 
Joanne Given is a Research Associate in Data Analysis and Methodology at Ulster University. She has a Medical degree and practiced clinically before undertaking a masters in Health Promotion and Population Health. Her PhD explored the validity and application of self-monitoring of blood glucose in diabetes through secondary data analysis and a feasibility study for a randomised controlled trial. In her early postdoctoral work Joanne used EUROmediCAT, a population based reproductive pharmacovigilance system based on the European Surveillance of Congenital Anomalies (EUROCAT) network, to evaluate medication safety in pregnancy.  In her current role Joanne works in the Administrative Data Research Centre - Northern Ireland, part of a group of universities and national statistics agencies spread throughout the UK, which facilitate research using de-identified, linked administrative data. Her research interests include diabetes, medication safety in pregnancy and quantitative methodology.
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Jens Øllgaard, Denmark

 
Jens Oellgaard, Denmark: Ph.D.-fellow from Slagelse Hospital and Steno Diabetes Center mainly working with prediction and follow-up studies of diabetic complications and mortality with the ultimate goal of improving patients’ life and prognosis. 
The poster for WCTD 2016 was a 21-years follow-up on the Steno-2 study of intensified, multifactorial intervention in patients with type 2 diabetes and microalbuminuria.
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Tomohide Yamada, Japan

 

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