Internal Medicine, IBI Lorenzini awards the three bes specialization dissertations
30 October 2017
Rome, 30th October 2017 - Awarded to the 118th National Congress of the Italian Society of Internal Medicine (SIMI) the three best theses of specialty in internal medicine (academic year 2016-2017) funded by IBI Lorenzini. The important three days in which comparisons and debates on various topics - including antibiotic resistance - have alternated and new therapeutic perspectives have been presented in various fields of internal medicine, the Italian Biochemical Institute Giovanni Lorenzini has allocated three prizes of 1000 Euro as testimony of the constant commitment to young people and research.
The three SIMI associates who distinguished themselves for the quality of the contents proposed and who yesterday received the prize from dr. Carlo di Manzano, Medical Director of IBI Lorenzini, in a session coordinated by the President SIMI Francesco Perticone, are: Irene Di Pasquale of the University of Padua for the thesis Relationship between the multimeric pattern of von Willebrand factor and coronary microcirculation in patients affected by thrombotic microangiopathy; Angela Koverech of the University of Rome La Sapienza for the dissertation on the role of Neurosteroids in migraine ; Chiara Pes of the University of Sassari for the thesis Multiparametric ultrasound imaging in the diagnosis and follow-up of chronic inflammatory bowel diseases .
"Research and education are the pillars of the evolution of science in general and of medicine in particular. - has established Carlo di Manzano, IBI Lorenzini - We are very pleased to have been present at the annual SIMI congress as well this year saw an interesting and stimulating program for the numerous proposals of innovative therapeutic strategies and technological innovations. Technological progress is now unstoppable and we have the task of partnering with the scientific world to make new therapies available. This challenge is played by the new figure of the doctor and the new cultural model of medicine."