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CALL FOR NOMINATION / PARTICIPATION

SGN-SSN Publication Award 2017

Prize for the best Nephrology Original Article published by an SGN-SSN member in 2016
 

The SGN-SSN Publication Award will be presented at the SGN-SSN Congress 2017 for the sixth time. This prize is supported by a generous grant of AbbVie and shall honor the best Nephrology Original Article in clinical and/or basic research published the year before (publication date 2016).
In order to participate, the first author, the last author (senior author) or the corresponding author needs to be a member of the SGN-SSN. The winner will be invited to give a short oral presentation about the selected work at a plenary session of the Congress and will receive a CHF 5’000.00 prize.
To submit a publication for this contest (see selection criteria above), please send a pdf file of the article and a short text (max. 200 words - word file) explaining why you think that the jury should choose it, to the office of the SGN-SSN.
Deadline of submission will be September 17th, 2017 (midnight). The best publication will be chosen by a jury composed of 7 members that have been nominated by the SGN-SSN Board. The winner will be informed at the beginning of November.

We do look forward to receiving many interesting publications!

Pierre-Yves Martin, President of the SGN-SSN

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Winner Publication Award 2016
Abhijeet Todkar,*†‡  Nicolas Picard,* Dominique Loffing-Cueni,* Mads V. Sorensen,* Marija Mihailova,†  Viatcheslav Nesterov,§  Natalia Makhanova,|  Christoph Korbmacher,§ Carsten A. Wagner,†‡  and Johannes Loffing*‡
Institutes of *Anatomy and †Physiology, and ‡Zurich Center of Integrative Human Physiology, University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland; §Institute for Cellular and Molecular Physiology, Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen- Nuremberg, Erlangen, Germany; and |Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Mechanisms of Renal Control  of Potassium Homeostasis in Complete  Aldosterone Deficiency
J Am Soc Nephrol 26: 425–438, 2015. doi:  10.1681/ASN.2013111156
Winner Publication Award 2015
S. de Seigneux, M. Courbebaisse, J. Rutkowski, A. Willhems Bals, M. Metzger, U. Hasler, D. Prié, B. Stengel, C. Wagner, P. Sherer,  P.Y. Martin,  P. Houillier and E. Feraille
Proteinuria increases plasma phosphate by altering its tubular handling
J Am Soc Nephrol. 2015 Jul;26(7):1608-18
Winner Publication Award 2014
Matteo Trudu, Sylvie Janas, Chiara Lanzani, Huguette Debaix, Céline Schaeffer, Masami Ikehata, Lorena Citterio, Sylvie Demaretz, Francesco Trevisani, Giuseppe Ristagno, Bob Glaudemans, Kamel Laghmani, Giacomo Dell’Antonio, the Swiss Kidney Project on Genes in Hypertension (SKIPOGH) team, Johannes Loffing, Maria P Rastaldi, Paolo Manunta, Olivier Devuyst & Luca Rampoldi
Common noncoding UMOD gene variants induce salt-sensitive hypertension and kidney damage by increasing uromodulin expression
Nature Medicine | VOLUME 19 | NUMBER 12 | DECEMBER 2013 |1655-1660
Winner Publication Award 2013
Astrid Starke, Alf Corsenca, Thomas Kohler, Johannes Knubben, Marius Kraenzlin, Daniel Uebelhart, Rudolf P. Wüthrich, Brigitte von Rechenberg, Ralph Müller, and Patrice M. Ambühl.
Correction of Metabolic Acidosis with Potassium Citrate in Renal Transplant Patients and its Effect on Bone Quality.
Clin J Am Soc Nephrol 7: 1461–1472, 2012
 
Winner Publication Award 2012
Ivana Pavik, Philippe Jaeger, Andreas D. Kistler, Diane Poster, Fabienne Krauer, Claudia Cavelti-Weder, Katharina M. Rentsch, Rudolf P. Wüthrich, Andreas L. Serra
Patients with autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease have elevated fibroblast growth factor
23 levels and a renal leak of phosphate
Kidney International (2011) 79 , 234–240

 

 
 
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