Tag der Klinischen Forschung 2021

Am 28. Januar 2021 fand der diesjährige Auftakt des Departements Klinische Forschung (DKF) in das neue Forschungsjahr statt - bedingt durch die derzeitige Pandemielage als Webinar.

Die inspirierenden Keynote Lecture wurde von Prof. Ulrich Dirnagl, Direktor des QUEST Center for Transforming Biomedical Research am Berlin Institute of Health und Direktor der Abteilung für Experimentelle Neurologie an der Charité, zum Thema "Improving the value of biomedical research: Lessons learned from COVID-19" präsentiert und von von 175 Zuhörenden verfolgt.

Danach zeigten die Nachwuchsforschenden am DKF einen beeindruckenden Querschnitt durch die klinische Forschungslandschaft. Die besten Präsentationen wurde mittels Publikumsvoting ermittelt.


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Beste Kurzpräsentationen

1. PreisFabienne DecrueImpact of air pollution on lung function in preterm and term born infants; a birth cohort study
2. PreisMilica PopovicEffects of Interleukin-1 Antagonism on Hyperandrogenemia in Women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
3. PreisLuca Köchlin0/2h-Algorithm using High-Sensitivity Cardiac Troponin I in the Diagnosis of Myocardial Infarction

Beste Rapid Fire Präsentationen

1. PreisAnnina VischerBlood pressure control through monotherapy in treatment-naive patients with arterial hypertension
2. Preis

Anna-Chiara Schaub

Valerian Altersberger

Potential of a short-term, high-dose probiotic supplementation as adjuvant therapy in depression

Maintenance of Acute Stroke Care Service during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown


Programm
11.15

Willkommen
Mirjam Christ-Crain und Christiane Pauli-Magnus, Co-Leiterinnen DKF

11.30

Keynote Lecture
Improving the value of biomedical research: Lessons learned from COVID-19
Prof. Ulrich Dirnagl, Charité Berlin
Moderation: Lars Hemkens, DKF

12.20

Session 1 - Kurzpräsentationen

Systematic screening on admission for SARS-CoV-2 to detect asymptomatic infections, Rahel Stadler

Risk of non-AIDS and AIDS defining malignancies of early versus deferred antiretroviral initiation, Frederique Chammartin

Effects of Interleukin-1 Antagonism on Hyperandrogenemia in Women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, Milica Popovic

COVID-evidence: a living platform to improve COVID-19 research and collaboration, Perrine Janiaud

Moderation: Roland Buhl und Maria Pia Sormani, Mitglieder des DKF Scientific Advisory Boards

13.10

Session 2 - Kurzpräsentationen

0/2h-Algorithm using High-Sensitivity Cardiac Troponin I in the Diagnosis of Myocardial Infarction, Luca Köchlin

Optical Coherence Tomography as a marker of Neuronal Loss and Disability in Multiple Sclerosis, Nuria Cerda Fuertes

AURORA - a 3D model guided fresh frozen section study in nerve sparing radical prostatectomy, Christian Engesser

Impact of air pollution on lung function in preterm and term born infants; a birth cohort study, Fabienne Decrue

Moderation: Markus Zabel und Marco Valgimigli, Mitglieder des DKF Scientific Advisory Boards

14.00Publikumsvoting
14.10

Session 3 - Rapid Fire-Präsentationen

Post Intensive Care Syndrome in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest patients, Alessia Vincent

Barrett oesophagus and reflux-esophagitis five years after LSG and LRYGB, Bettina Wölnerhanssen

Blood pressure control through monotherapy in treatment-naive patients with arterial hypertension, Annina Vischer

Maintenance of Acute Stroke Care Service during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown, Valerian Altersberger

Potential of a short-term, high-dose probiotic supplementation as adjuvant therapy in depression, Anna-Chiara Schaub

Development of a risk-based trial management and central monitoring concept, Katharina Klatte

Intrathecal Immunoglobulin M synthesis is associated with higher disease activity and severity in MS, Johanna Oechtering

Findings consistent with subclinical vasculitis in patients with new onset polymyalgia, Daniele Gozzoli

Moderation: Matthias Briel, DKF

14.40Publikumsvoting
14.45Prämierung
Beste Kurzpäsentationen und Rapid Fire Präsentationen
14.50Schlussworte
Steffen Eisenhardt
Vorsitzender DKF Scientific Advisory Board
Programm

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Organisation


Mirjam Christ-Crain, Co-Leiterin DKF
Christiane Pauli-Magnus, Co-Leiterin DKF
Matthias Briel, Leitender Arzt DKF
Lars Hemkens, Senior Scientist DKF

Kontakt

Regina Mattmüller
Departementsassistentin
Tel +41 61 328 77 17


Weitere eingereichte Forschungsprojekte

Research AreaTitle, First Author(s)
Cardiology

Sex differences of vascular brain lesions in patients with atrial fibrillation, Selinda Ceylan

A comprehensive secondary prevention benchmark (2PBM) score identifying differences in secondary prevention care in patients after acute coronary syndromes (ACS), Matthias Haegele, Yu-Ching Liu

Impaired heart rate variability triangular index to identify clinically silent strokes in patients with atrial fibrillation, Peter Hämmerle

Sex-specific differences in adverse outcome events among patients with atrial fibrillation, Simone Evers-Dörpfeld

Communication

Prevalence and risk factors for psychological burden in COVID-19 patients and their relatives: A prospective observational cohort study, Katharina Beck, Alessia Vincent

The impact of brief written leadership instructions on leadership behaviour and team performance in resuscitation teams: a prospective observational simulator-based study, Haron Haude

Interventions Facilitating Cancer Predisposition Cascade Genetic Screening and Family Communication, Vasiliki Baroutsou

Implementing a digital platform to support family communication about hereditary cancer risks, Monica Aceti

Endocrinology

Impact of nocturnal hypoglycemia on cardiac repolarization in children with diabetes, Sara Bachmann

Effect of D-allulose on satiation hormone response, glycemic control and gastric emptying: a randomized, controlled trial, Fabienne Teysseire

Calculated osmolality is underestimating osmolality changes in children with diabetic ketoacidosis: an observational study, Marie-Anne Burckhardt

Genetic councelling

Genetic Testing and Surveillance of Young Breast Cancer Survivors and Blood Relatives: A Cluster Randomized Trial, Maria Katapodi

Effect of genetic consultation on genetic literacy: a 15 years investigation in two countries, Carla Pedrazzani

Infectious Diseases

First Report of a Cluster of Extended-Spectrum Beta-Lactamase Producing Klebsiella pneumoniaeSequence Type 101 Isolated from Food and Humans, Losandra Aguilar-Bultet

Unraveling Sources and Transmission Pathways of Extended-Spectrum Beta-Lactamase Producing Enterobacterials - a On-Health Approach, Lisandra Aguilar-Bultet

Tuberculosis disease in asymptomatic children: clinical characteristics in a 1 low-incidence country, Nora Fritschi

Neurology

Oral Anticoagulants in Atrial Fibrillation Patients with Recent Stroke who are Dependent on the Daily Help of Others, Louisa Meya, Alexandros A Polymeris

Comparative analysis of dimethyl fumarate and teriflunomide in relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis, Jannis Müller, Sabine Schädelin

Impact of the COVID-19 Outbreak on Acute Stroke Treatment in Switzerland, Gian Marco De Marchis

Serum levels of neurofilament light chain are inversely associated with renal function in an elderly cohort, Alexandros Polymeris

High frequency and intensive prevention program for cognitive stabilization and improving of quality of life in Parkinson’s disease patients, Ketevan Toloraia

Genetic proxies for PCSK9 inhibition associated with lower lipoprotein(a): effects on coronary artery disease and ischemic stroke, Tolga D. Dittrich

Endovascular Treatment versus Best Medical Treatment for Ischemic Stroke with Large Vessel Occlusion in the 6–24 Hour Window among Non-DAWN-Non-DEFUSE Patients, Tolga D. Dittrich

Evaluation of cognitive subtypes in Parkinson’s Disease - Correlations with qEEG power spectra, Selina Beltrani

Training Effects in Smartphone-Based Tests of Cognition, Dexterity & Mobility in Multiple Sclerosis, Tim Wölfle

Global cortical atrophy is associated with an unfavorable outcome in anticoagulated stroke patients, Annaelle Zietz, Martha Kubacka

The cognitive course in Parkinson’s disease patients treated with Deep Brain Stimulation of subthalamic nucleus – Correlations with qEEG, Antonia Meyer

Effect of admission time on prevention of acute stroke treatment at Stroke Units ans Strike Centers in Switzerland, Valerian Altersberger

Psychiatry

Time to Readmission is Increased in Voluntary and Compulsory Psychiatric Inpatients with a Therapeutic Leave, Tiziana Ziltener

Guidance of antidepressant treatment with the biomarker prefrontal theta cordance in REM sleep, Thorsten Mikoteit

Surgery

Mortality and outcome of patients over 80 years surgically treated for chronic subdural hematoma, Alessio Chiappini

Knee biomechanics of single leg hop landings after primary anterior cruciate ligament repair and InternalBraceTM augmentation, Brite Coppers

Other

Establishing prediction intervals for the SpeedWheel acuity test, Anja Palmowski-Wolfe

Regulation of Pupil Size Under Real-World Conditions, Rafael Lazar

Thrombopoietin-receptor agonist-immunomodulation in young and midlife adult primary immune thrombocytopenia (ITP): A multi-center open label trial with romiplostim (iROM), Alexandra Schifferli

A randomised prospective study comparing 2D 4K vs 3D 4K laparoscopic imaging systems in a pelvitrainer model, Tibor Zimpfer

Metabolic monitoring in children during diabetic ketoacidosis via breath-analysis, Mo Awchi

Planned subgroup analyses in randomized clinical trials: A comparison between early 2000s, 2012 and 2016, Ala Taji Heravi

Enriching medication review with a pharmacogenetic profile - a case of tamoxifen ADRs, Chiara Jeiziner

Modeling multi-center rare disease data: application to congenital hypothyroidism in newborns, Britta Steffens

Are salivary cytokines biomarkers in oncological and infectiuos diseases? - A systematic review, Tamara Diesch