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Early Stage Investigator Award (ESIA) and Rapid Fire Session - Short Oral Presentation and Electronic Poster Session (June, 10 Monday, 16:30-18:00)
Chair: Miroslaw Janowski (JHU, Baltimore, MD, USA)
          Piotr Walczak (JHU, Baltimore, MD, USA)

Early Stage Investigator Award

First place           Dr. Dominika Golubczyk , University of Warmia and Mazury, Olsztyn, Poland

                           Real-time MRI-guided endovascular model of cerebral ischemia in swine 

Second place      Dr. Shreyas Kuddannaya, JHU, Baltimore, USA

                           Tracking Post-Transplantation Survival of Hydrogel-ScaffoldedGlial-Restriced Progenitors

Third place          Dr. Raleigh Linville, JHU, Baltimore, USA

                           Modeling Hyperosmotic and Peptide-Induced Blood-Brain Barrier Opening within Tissue-         Engineered in vitro Human Brain Microvessels

Rapid Fire Session

Dr. Rohit K Srivastava , JHU, Baltimore, USA

Biodistribution of Transplanted Glial Progenitors in 3D Printed Model of Brain Ventricular System 

Dr. Kaja Kasarełło, Medical University of Warsaw, Poland

Antioxidant Mechanism of Action of Dimethyl Fumarate in Experimental AllergicEncephalomyelitis in Rats

Dr. Wei Zhu, JHU, Baltimore, USA

Monitoring the Degradation of Implanted Hydrogels in the Brain using CEST MRI

Dr. Xiaoyan Lan, JHU, Baltimore, USA

Feasibility Study of Ultra-High Dose Fractionated Radiation Therapy for Glioblastoma 

Dr. Chengyan Chu , JHU, Baltimore, USA

Optimization of Osmotic Blood-Brain Barrier Opening to Enable Intravital Microscopy Studies on Drug Delivery in a Mouse Cerebral Cortex

Dr. Anna Jablonska, JHU, Baltimore, USA

Fluorine Nanoemulsion for Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Injectable Tissue Composites to Repair Intervertebral Discs

Dr. Joanna Kwiatkowska, University of Warmia and Mazury, Olsztyn, Poland

Histological Assessment of Neuroinflammation after Ischemic Brain Injury in Swine EndovascularStroke Model 

Dr. Lukasz Kalkowski, University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland

Intraarterial Cell Delivery with MRI Guidance as a Platform for Stem Cell Therapy in Large Animal Model

Dr. Bela Turk , Kennedy Krieger Institute, USA

Magnetization Transfer Imaging in the Adrenomyeloneuropathy Spinal Cord Shows Longitudinal Suitability as a Potential Biomarker for Clinical Trial

Dr. Mitsuyoshi Watanabe, University of Miami, USA

Maximum Tolerated Dose of Exosomes Derived from Mesenchymal Stem Cells via Intra-arterial Dosing in a Rat Stroke Model

Dr. Anna Andrzejewska, Mossakowski Medical Research Centre, PAS, Warsaw, Poland

Superparamagnetic Iron Oxide Nanoparticles as Optimal Label for Genetically Engineered Mesenchymal Stem Cell in Term of Their Visualisation and Homing Assessment After Transplantation

Dr. Sylwia Dabrowska, Mossakowski Medical Research Centre, PAS, Warsaw, Poland

Imaging of Extracellular Vesicles Derived from Human Bone Marrow Mesenchymal Stem Cells Using Fluorescent and Magnetic Labels; in vitro and in vivo Studies

Dr. Luiza Stanaszek , Mossakowski Medical Research Centre, PAS, Warsaw, Poland

Gellan Gum (GG) Based Hydrogels as Potential Scaffolds for Intrathecal Stem Cell Delivery in Demyelination Models of Mice 

Dr. Piotr Rogujski, Mossakowski Medical Research Centre, PAS, Warsaw, Poland

Alginate-Based hydrogels Used as Potential Scaffolds for Mesenchymal Stem Cells Delivery inShiverer Mice Therapy

Dr. Larissa Jank, JHU, Baltimore, USA; University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Hamburg, Germany

Intraarterial P2X7 Nanobodies in Stroke

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