International Travel Scholar Award history

International Travel Scholar Award history

The International Travel Scholar Award is meant to fostering international collaboration in the development of young investigators and clinicians for the advancement of the field of liver transplantation that includes research techniques, administrative skills, and leadership qualities.

Past Recipients:

  • 2008: Karina Rando, MD, Uruguay;
  • 2009: Jiunn Chang Lin, MD, Taiwan;
  • 2010: Vikram Raut, MBBS, MD, India;
  • 2011: Ahmed Elsabbagh, MD, MS, Egypt;
  • 2012: Hakon Haugaa, MD, Norway and Quirino Lai, MD, Italy;
  • 2013: Qiuwei Pan, Ph.D., Netherlands;
  • 2014: Rouchelle de la Cruz, MD, Philippines, Negin Karimian, MD, Netherlands, and Renée Verhoeven, MD, MSc, Netherlands;
  • 2015: Ahmed Marwan, MD, MSc, Egypt and Masato Fujiyoshi, MD, Japan;
  • 2016: Lucas Souto Nacif, MD, MSc, Ph.D., Brazil and Dagmar Kollman, MD, Ph.D., Austria;
  • 2017: no awards given;
  • 2018: Eliano Bonaccorsi Riani, MD, Belgium and Goutham Kumar, MBBS, MS, India;
  • 2019: Hala Mohsen Abdulsalam Abdullatif, MBBCH, Masters, MD, MRCPCH, Egypt and Amanda Pinter Carvalheiro da Silva Botoen, MD, FEBS, United Kingdom