EULAR 2024 | EULAR Abstract Awards

EULAR bestows Abstract Awards to the first authors of abstracts submitted to the EULAR Annual European Congress. Winners are selected by the EULAR Scientific Programme Committee based on the quality of the abstracts' scientific content. The award ceremony takes place at the EULAR Annual European Congress' Opening plenary session.

Abstract Award – Basic science

EULAR bestows 6 Abstract Awards to the presenting authors of basic science abstracts that are submitted to the EULAR Annual European Congress. Winners are selected by the EULAR Scientific Programme Committee based on the quality of the abstracts' scientific content.

No special application is required for this award. 

Abstract Award – Clinical science

EULAR bestows 6 Abstract Awards to the presenting authors of clinical science abstracts that are submitted to the EULAR Annual European Congress. Winners are selected by the EULAR Scientific Programme Committee based on the quality of the abstracts' scientific content.

No special application is required for this award. 

Health Professionals Abstract Award 

EULAR grants 3 Abstract Awards for submitted abstracts by Health Professionals as presenting authors. Winners are selected by the EULAR Scientific Programme Committee based on the quality of the abstracts' content. 

No special application is required for this award. 

PARE Abstract Award 

One award is given to the highest scored abstract submitted in the PARE category by a PARE representative or a patient.  No special application is required for this award.

Undergraduate Abstract Award

Undergraduates are medical students that performed the studies during their medical education / training; they have not yet qualified as a physician and are in general below the age of 25 years. EULAR bestows 3 Abstract Awards to the presenting authors of the highest scored abstracts in basic science or clinical abstracts that are submitted to the EULAR Annual European Congress. Winners are selected by the EULAR Scientific Programme Committee based on the quality of the abstracts' scientific content. 

PLEASE NOTE:  PhD students do not qualify! "Undergraduate" means being still in medical school and not having passed the final medical school examination yet.

Winners of EULAR Awards 2023

 

  • Prof. Yukinori Okada, Japan
    OP0001 Deconvoluting immunological and clinical heterogeneity across autoimmune rheumatic diseases by cohort-wide immuno-phenotyping
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  • Dr. med. Alice Horisberger, United States
    OP0186 Distinct peripheral immunophenotyping underlines histopathological features in patients with lupus nephritis in a large multi-center cohort
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  • Dr. Esraa Eloseily, United States
    OP0030 Differential gene expression in response to tofacitnib treatment in polyarticular juvenile idiopathic arthritis
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  • Mr. Theodoros Ioannis Papadimitriou, Netherlands
    OP0112 Expansion of activated CD7+ cytotoxic T cells and NK cells in SSc and prevention of fibroblast contraction through selective immunotoxin-mediated depletion of these cells
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  • MD Shinji Izuka, Japan
    OP0096 Immunophenotyping-based transcriptome analysis on systemic immune-mediated diseases
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  • MD, PhD Satoshi Kubo, Japan
    OP0203 Immunophenotyping of rheumatoid arthritis stratifies five groups that have different responses to molecular targeted therapies
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  • Mr. Yanli Li, Netherlands 
    OP0002 Exploring the Use of Artificial Intelligence in Predicting Rheumatoid Arthritis, Based on Extremity MR Scans in Early Arthritis and Clinically Suspect Arthralgia patients
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  • Dr. Mary Lucy Marques, Italy
    OP0005 Can axial spondyloarthritis unequivocally be diagnosed by rheumatologists in patients with chronic back pain of less than two years duration? Main result of the SPondyloArthritis Caught Early (SPACE) cohort Glucocorticoids
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  • Dr. Nathalie Conrad, Belgium
    OP0007 Incidence, prevalence and co-occurrence of autoimmune disorders, trends over time and by age, sex and socioeconomic status. A population-based study in 22 million individuals
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  • Dr. Bénédicte Delcoigne, Sweden
    OP0038 The risk of acute coronary syndrome in patients with rheumatoid arthritis who attained remission with methotrexate or a tumor necrosis factor inhibitor
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  • Dr. Laura Ross, Australia
    OP0235 Development and Preliminary Validation of the Novel Scleroderma Clinical Trials Consortium Activity Index
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  • Mr. Jose Benitez-Aurioles, United Kingdom 
    OP0269 Development and evaluation of machine learning algorithms for the prediction of opioid-related deaths among UK patients with non-cancer pain 
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  • Mr. Alain Cornet, Belgium
    OP0281-PARE LUPUS EUROPE’s Patient Advisory Network – A huge double
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  • Ms. Laura Boekel, Netherlands
    OP0078 Patients with inflammatory rheumatic diseases are NOT at increased risk of long-COVID: data from a large prospective controlled cohort study
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  • MD.Giovanni Adami, Italy
    OP0242 Proportion of patients reaching the Bone Mineral Density (BMD) surrogate threshold effect (STE) with bisphosphonates, denosumab and teriparatide
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  • Dr. Xingbei Dong, China
    OP0227 Improvements and challenges of systemic lupus erythematosus associated pulmonary arterial hypertension: A 10-year multicenter cohort studyI
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  • Ms. Sofie Bech Vestergaard, Denmark
    OP0176-HPR Self-management behaviour, anxiety and depression in patients with inflammatory arthritis - a cross sectional nationwide study among >12,000 Danish patients
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  • Dr. Erin Knight, United States
    OP0177-HPR Health-Related Quality of Life Profiles of Adults with Arthritis
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  • Dr. Ricardo J. O. Ferreira, Portugal
    OP0274-HPR Patients’ and clinicians’ perspectives and experiences on education and support about methotrexate: findings from a survey to 24 European Countries
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  • Clinical Science Abstract awarded by FOREUM
    Sella Aarrestad Provan, Norway
    Johan Askling, Sweden
    OP0006 Interstitial Lung Disease in patients with rheumatoid or psoriatic arthritis starting bDMARDs: incidence vs. general population, and the role of methotrexate co-medication
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  • Basic and Translational Science Abstract awarded by FOREUM
    Wan Fai Ng, United Kingdom 
    OP0212 Examining clinical heterogeneity in primary Sjogren’s Syndrome: proteomic and network analysis
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