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Contribution to setting up highest standard in photobiomodulation research.

Published: 13/01/2017
Contribution to setting up highest standard in photobiomodulation research.

Nomination for "Best Overall Basic Science and Translational Research" award at 2017 ASLMS

The work by Irene Castellano, ‘Understanding photobiomodulation for human wound healing’ was nominated for a “Best Overall Basic Science and Translational Research award’ at the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery (ASLMS). This was a good start of 2017, when on January 6th we have received this exciting news from Beth Bartelt, Education Program Manager at the ASLMS.

Irene is  one of the three Early Stage Researchers working in the CLaSSiC project, dedicating her passion to investigation of molecular pathways affected by photobiomodulation and translation of this knowledge into new efficient therapies for wound healing. Already last year, in 2016, Irene received a Travel Grant from the British Society for Investigative Dermatology Annual Meeting for her work ‘Molecular Mechanisms of photobiomodulation in wound healing’.

Early Stage Researchers of the CLaSSiC project seems to consistently keep high standard in photobiomodualtion research, as in the past 2 years the work of Serena Buscone also got recognition reflected in two travel grants: one awarded by the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery in 2016 and one in 2015 by the World Congress for Hair Research. Serena also contributed to the work of Dr. Hanna Siiskonen, MD (Department of Dermatology and Allergology, Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin) in setting-up studies on expression of photoreceptors in human mast cells, the work for which in 2016 Dr. Siiskonen received a Travel grant from the Nordic congress in dermatology and venereology.

http://www.aslms.org/annual-conference/learn/abstracts-travel-grants-and-eposters/2017/02/05/default-calendar/aslms-2017-hilton-san-diego-early-reservations

 

The 36th Annual Conference of the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery (ASLMS 2016), Boston

The 36th Annual Conference of the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery (ASLMS 2016), Boston

Published: 28 March 2016

Two ESRs, Serena Buscone and Charles Mignon, as well as their industrial supervisor, Natallia E. Uzunbajakava, had three oral presentations during the annual ASLMS congress.

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