Vevo Travel Award 2017 Recipients


Dr. Jing Wu, University of Iowa (PI: Curt D. Sigmund
Title: Smooth Muscle PPARγ Mutation Causes Salt-sensitive Hypertension
Presenting at: AHA Hypertension

Dr. Louis Wang, Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute, Australia (PI: Diane Fatkin)
Title: A Novel Zebrafish Model Of Human A-Band Truncated Titin Exhibits Altered Ventricular Diastolic Compliance In-Vivo And Reveals Enhanced Susceptibility To The Effects Of Volume Overload
Presenting at: AHA


Dr. Martina Capozza, University of Torino (PI: Silvio Aime)
Title: Photoacoustic imaging of tumors using novel ICG-based contrast agents in mice
Presenting at: WMIC

Mr. Diego Dumani, Georgia Institute of Technology (PI: Stanislav Emelianov)
Title: In Vivo Photoacoustic Detection of Lymph Node Metastasis using Glycol-Chitosan-Coated Gold Nanoparticles
Presenting at: IEEE

Dr. Taeho Kim, UC San Diego
Title: Photoacoustic Imaging of Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells Labeled with Prussian Blue-Poly-l-Lysine (PLL) Nanocomplexes
Presenting at: WMIC


Mr. Chien-Ju Chen, UCSD, La Jolla, California, USA
Title: Lipid-polymer hybrid nanoparticles: photacoustic imaging applied to ovarian cancer diagnosis
Presenting at: 253rd American Chemical Society National Meeting in San Francisco

Ms. Tatjana Opacic, Experimental Molecular Ima, Aachen, Germany
Title: Bubble tracking for the textural and functional vascular chracterization of tumors at superresolution
Presenting at: European Society for Molecular Imaging (EMIM) 2017

VTA Winner Tatjano Opacic

Ms. Tatjana Opacic receives Vevo Travel Award at EMIM from Lydia Eidenmuller.


Dr. Daniela Carnevale, Sapienza University of Rome and IRCCS NeuormedTitle: Targeting IL-1β Protects From Aortic Aneurysms Induced by Disrupted TGFβ signaling in SMCs.
Presenting at: ATVB

Dr. Xulei Qin, Stanford University
Title: Tracking Human Pluripotent Stem Cell-Derived Cardiomyocytes in Post-Myocardial Infarction Heart with Photoacoustic Imaging
Presenting at: BCVS


Ms. Caralynn Wilczewski, UNC Chapel Hill
Title: The CHD4/ NuRD complex functions to directly repress smooth and skeletal sarcomere isoforms in the developing heart
Presenting at: Weinstein Cardiovascular Development and Regeneration Meeting

Mr. Vasco Sampaio-Pinto, i3S - Institute for Research and Innovation in Health, Portugal
Title: Neonatal Apex-Resection Triggers Cardiomyocyte Proliferation, Neovascularization and Functional Recovery in Spite of Local Fibrosis 
Presenting at: European Society of Cardiology

More awards available for Cardiology, Neurobiology and Molecular Imaging tracks for 2017. Learn more.