2020 Milstein Abstract Award Winners

Thanks to a generous grant from the Philip Milstein family, the following top rated abstract presenters were awarded Milstein Abstract Awards ($300-$600 each), in lieu of Travel Awards. The excess funds from the 2020 grant will be put towards 2021 Milstein Travel Awards ($500 – $1,500 each) in agreement with the Milstein Family.

ICIS members who attend the Annual Meeting of the ICIS and submit a meeting abstract are eligible for Milstein Travel Awards, which are provided by a generous gift from the Milstein Family–Milstein’s son Philip continues to support this award. Milstein Travel Awards are granted based on the scientific merit of the abstract and financial necessity. Receipt of a Milstein Travel Award does not exempt payment of the registration fee. Please note that there are no age restrictions to this award. However, if both senior and junior members from the same laboratory apply for an award, preference is given to the junior member.

Felix Aggor, United States

Hajera Amatullah, United States

Laurisa Ankley, United States

Ab Banday, United States

Dirk Baumjohann, Germany

Defne Bayik, United States

Rami Bechara, United States

Dave Boucher, United Kingdom

Ian Boys, United States

Rebecca Casazza, United States

Ainara Castellanos-Rubio, Spain

Hsin-Hsiang Chen, Taiwan

Hyeon Joo Cheon, United States

Rosa Coldbeck-Shackley, Australia

Ang Cui, United States

Kaustav Das Gupta, Australia

Ruby Dawson, Australia

Elizabeth Fay, United States

Achilleas Floudas, Ireland

Daniel Fox, Australia

Kevin Gao, United States

Andrew Gustin, United States

Kun He, United States

Markus Hofer, Australia

Sevasti Karaliota, United States

Takeshi Kawabe, Japan

Samuel Kazer, United States

Sangmi Kim, United Kingdom

Hyun Jik Kim, Korea

Thomas Krausgruber, Austria

Kevin Lee, Australia

Jessica Lenoir, United States

Katrina Mar, United States

Claire McCoy, Ireland

Michael Mcfadden, United States

Roza Nurieva, United States

Yifat Ofir-Birin, Israel

David Olagnier, Denmark

Jose Ordovas-Montanes, United States

Prashant Rai, United States

Emily Rapp, United States

Leon Schulte, Germany

Daniella Schwartz, United States

Johannes Schwerk, United States

Nikaia Smith, France

Frank Soveg, United States

Tobias Suske, Austria

Briana Turner, United States

Takuya Uehata, Japan

Barney Viengkhou, Australia

Dongwen Wu, United States

Dakang Xu, China

Jacob Yount, United States

Hsiao Yu-Ling, Taiwan