International Medis Awards for Medical Research
The International Medis Awards for Medical Research is an annual international contest for medical doctors and pharmacists who have published clinical research in a specific medical field in a highly ranked scientific publication and are daily actively involved in clinical practice in institutions throughout the region.
The award ceremonies take place every year in a different host country. Until now the awards were presented in Belgrade, Ljubljana, Sarajevo and Zagreb.
This year join us LIVE on December 10th 2020 at 18:00 CET for the announcement of 9 winners and the premiere of the "Pledge to Science" documentary film with extraordinary individuals.
FIELDS: Gastroenterology, Gynecology, Intensive Care Medicine and Anesthesiology, Neurology, Ophthalmology, Pediatrics, Pharmacy, Pulmonology and Allergology, Rheumatology
I am more than honoured to be a finalist of the International Medis Awards. I am very grateful to my international team and this nomination is a great recognition of our work and a proof that we are going in the right direction. Our investigated biomarker is already implemented in the guidelines for management of preterm labour worldwide. Medis has encouraged us to go further and optimize the treatment of our newborns and mothers. Thank you, Medis!
Patients with chronic sinus inflammation are in the centre of our research, and we aim to contribute to personalized medicine especially for patients with the uncontrolled disease and impaired quality of life. The award will help us a lot to continue research and to achieve the patient-tailored medical and surgical treatment soon.
Scientific endeavour creates a desire in a doctor to continuously improve their work. The International Medis Awards represent scientific Oscars in this part of the Europe, and acknowledge medical publications and the researchers behind them, thereby raising awareness about the value of medical-type investigations whose main aim is improvement of the human quality of life and wellbeing.
The results of this research mean that all types of anaesthesiology approach are safe for the patients who are undergoing CABG surgeries. Regardless of the anaesthesiology approach, in all patients the early and late outcome will be good for their condition. Generally, researches like this improve the care of the patients, and connect the colleagues in sharing knowledge and experience in this field of medicine from all around the world.