CHAPS Prize Students
Alec Stevenson who is a Senior Physiologist at QinetiQ and CHAPS PhD student won the prize for best poster presentation entitled: “Objective determination of the +Gz protection afforded by the typhoon life support system” at the recent meeting of the Aerospace Medical Association in Atlanta.
Katharina Tilgner, Human & Applied Physiology MSc student (2010-11) and supervised by James Clark, won the prize for best oral communication at the recent Biomedical Basis of Elite Performance meeting held under the auspices of the Physiological Society in London in March. The presentation was entitled: “Ablation of p38γ-MAPK reduces cardiac remodelling following pressure overload“ Katharina is now a PhD student in the Division of Women's Health
Vasily Gnyubkin graduate of the first Space Physiology & Health MSc (2010-2011) won ESA’s highly prestigious young researcher award at the 2012 ESA Life in Space for Life on Earth conference held in Aberdeen for work conducted during his summer research project with Prof Laurence Vico (Uni. Etienne) with whom he now conducts his PhD.