ESSM AWARDS

Meeting Awards

Congratulations to the awardees!
The best presentations have been awarded with EUR 2,000 by ESSM’s Award Committees.

1. Prize for the best presentation on FSD (preclinical)

Linda Vignozzi, Italy
Androgens positively regulate no-mediated relaxant pathway in rat clitoris (PS-01-016)

2. Prize for the best presentation on FSD (clinical)

Michael Krychman, USA
Improvement in sexual function as measured by the female sexual function index in premenopausal women during a 12-week placebo-controlled dose-ranging study of self-administered subcutaneous bremelanotide for female sexual dysfunctions
(PS-06-005)

3. Prize for the best presentation on MSD (preclinical)

Ahmet Gokce, Turkey
Adipose tissue-derived stem cell therapy for prevention and treatment of erectile dysfunction in a rat model of Peyronie's disease (PS-01-002)

4. Prize for the best presentation on MSD (clinical)

Lars Lund, Denmark
Treatment of erectile dysfunction with extracorporeal shockwave therapy (ESWT). A prospective, randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled study (PS-08-012)

5. Prize for the best surgical presentation

Mustafa Faruk Usta, Turkey
The feasibility of three-piece inflatable penile prosthesis implantation in patients who underwent radical pelvic surgery (PS-05-005)

F1000 Poster Prizes

The 'Faculty of 1000' has offered three best poster prizes during the 16th ESSM / 12th EFS Congress 2014 in Istanbul for pre-clinical, male clinical and female clinical research.

A jury of Selim Cellek, Asif Muneer and Johannes Bitzer has been composed to select the F1000 posters during the congress. 

Congratulations to the awardees 2014:

Pejman Shahin, Germany
Preclinical male:
Endopeptidase inhibition attenuates the contraction induced by big endothelin-1 of isolated human penile erectile tissue (HP-09-008)

Emrah Okulu, Turkey
Clinical male:
Evaluating of the efficacy of the surgical procedures and the complications at patients with penile curvature due to Peyronie‘s disease (HP-02-007)

Sandra Vilarinho, Portugal 
Clinical female:
Sexual satisfaction in the elderly women (HP-03-004)

showThe F1000 prizes comprise of:

1) A year's personal subscription to F1000Prime

“any award winner is clearly somebody who takes their research seriously and has excelled in their work. In order to harness this enthusiasm, we provide them with their own personal access to F1000Prime recommendations so that they can keep up to date with the top articles in the literature, and help in supplementing ongoing projects.”

2) A free submission to F1000Research

“we provide the winners with the opportunity to publish their work rapidly with no hassle, giving them quick priority on their work, and enabling everyone in the field to benefit from their work right away.”

3) A Faculty of 1000 certificate

“because it's nice to have a hard copy of the achievement for the award winner's record and curriculum vitae”.

F1000 is composed of 5,000 Faculty Members – senior scientists and leading experts in all areas of biology and medicine – plus their associates.

The Faculty recommends the most important articles, rating them and providing short explanations for their selections. More info can be found at f1000.com

THE ESSM PRESTIGE AWARDS

The Executive Committee of ESSM decided to establish two awards to be presented during the annual meetings of the society:

The ESSM Career Award

This award will be presented to a senior scientist who has made an outstanding contribution in the field.

The Executive and Scientific Committees will decide the award winner, and the award winner will be presented during the Opening Ceremony.

Congratulations to the ESSM Career awardee 2014: Antonio Martin-Morales, Spain.

The ESSM Award of Excellence

This award is presented annually to a physician or scientist under the age of 40 years (either in basic sciences or clinical practice) who has made recent exceptional achievement in the field.

The award-winning scientist will present a state-of-the-art lecture as the ESSM Award Lecture during the congress.

Congratulations to the ESSM Award of Excellence awardee 2014: Linda Vignozzi, Italy

Recent Award winners

Congratulations to

ESSM Career Award:
Antonio Martin-Morales, Spain 

ESSM Award of Excellence:
Linda Vignozzi, Italy

showCareer Awards

2014

Antonio Martin-Morales, Spain

2012

Yoram Vardi, Israel

2011

Jacques Buvat, France

2010

Hans Hedlund, Norway

2009 

Axel R. Fugl-Meyer, Sweden

2008

Vaclav Michael, Czech Republic

2007

Inigo Saenz de Tejada, Spain

2005

Karl-Erik Andersson, Sweden

2004

Giles Brindley, UK
Ronald Virag, France

2003

Gorm Wagner, Denmark

2002

John Pryor, UK

showAward of Exellence

2014

Linda Vignozzi, Italy

2011

Stephanie Cacioppo (Ortigue), Switzerland

2010

Tillmann Krüger, Germany

2009

Giovanni Corona, Italy

2008

Delphine Behr-Roussel, France

2007

Antonio Aversa, Italy

2006

Andrea Salonia, Italy

2005

Javier Angulo, Spain
Ekkehard W. Hauck, Germany

2004

Stefan Ückert, Germany

2003

Selim Cellek, UK

2002

Petter Hedlund, Sweden

showBest Presentation Awards

2014

Linda Vignozzi, Italy
Michael Krychman, USA
Ahmet Gokce, Turkey
Anne Olsen, Denmark
Mustafa Faruk Usta, Turkey

2012

Silvia Vailati, Italy
Annika Gunst, Finland
Karl Beetson, United Kingdom
Andrea Isidori, Italy
Su-Yeon Jang, Republic of Korea

2011

Fabio Castiglione, Italy
Jun-Kyu Suh, Republic of Korea
Jacques Buvat, France
Rosario Leonardi, Italy

2010

José La Fuente Carvalho, Portugal
Elisa Bandini, Italy
Fulvio Colombo, Italy
Jonathan Greggain, Canada
Andrea Burri, UK

2009

Andrea Russo, Italy
Gert Holstege, The Netherlands
Javier Angulo, Spain
Yoram Vardi, Israel
Jas Kalsi and Giulio Garaffa, UK

2008

David Ralph, UK
Judith Alder, Switzerland
Konstantinos Rokkas, Greece
K. Park, Korea
H. Gelez, France

2007

Stephanie ortigue, France
Dara Lazar, Austria
Ignacio Moncada, Spain
Jun-Kyu Suh, Republic of Korea
Tolga Akman, Turkey

2006

Fotini Ferenidou, Greece
Giulio Garaffa, Italy
Wayne Hellstrom, USA
Linda Vignozzi, Italy
Guido van Wingen, The Netherlands

2005

Giovanni Corona, Italy
Elke Gizewski, Germany
Halim Hattat, Turkey
Attila Kun, Hungary
Sava Perovic, Serbia

2004

Byoung Ahn, Republic of Korea
Javier Angulo, Spain
Antonio Aversa, Italy

2003

Stefan Ückert, Germany
Ilan Gruenwald, Israel
Mustafa Usta, Turkey
Alberto briganti, Italy

2002

Annamaria Giraldi, Denmark
Andrea Salonia, Italy

2000

Apostolos Apostolidis, Greece
F. Mumtaz, UK

1997

Paul F. Engelhardt, Germany
Francois Giuliano, France
Suks Minhas, UK

1995

Christian Stief, Germany