Previous BNOS Conferences
At our BNOS 2019 meeting in Winchester:
- Pin-Hui Wu won best clinical oral prize for her presentation ‘Liquid biopsy in glioblastoma multiforme‘.
- Harry Bulstrode won best scientific oral prize for his presentation ‘Characterising a SOX2+ OLIG2+ glioma stem cell using Crispr-engineered fluorescent reporters in primary patient-derived GBM and DIPG cells.‘
- Marjorie Boissinot for her clinical poster presentation ‘Non-viral delivery of therapeutic microRNAs to glioma cells using chitosan nanocomplexes‘.
- Katie Foot for her basic science poster presentation ‘Molecular pathophysiology of histone G34R mutated childhood brain tumours; towards the development of novel targeted therapies‘.
At our BNOS 2018 meeting in Winchester:
- Laurent James Livermore won best clinical oral prize for his presentation ‘Functionally guided supramaximal resection of IDH-wildtype glioblastomas and the effect on progression free survival.
- Seamus Caragher won best scientific oral prize for his presentation ‘Epigenetic adaptation to therapy in glioblastoma: Popping the hood on therapeutic resistance’.
- Markand Patel for his clinical poster presentation ‘Radiomic evaluation of treatment response in patients with glioblastoma: A pilot study‘.
- Melanie Morrison for her basic science poster presentation ‘Characterization of radiotherapy-induced cerebral microbleeds with ultra-high field MRI: experience in young and adult brain tumour population‘.
- BNOS 2017 keynote speaker video presentations
- BNOS 2017 Conference Report by Maryanne Roach
- Young Investigator Award 2017
At our BNOS 2017 meeting in Edinburgh:
- Sana Sharrack won best clinical oral prize for her presentation ‘The impact of visual impairment on Health-Related Quality of Life (HRQoL) scores in brain tumour patients‘.
- Jignesh Tailor won best scientific oral prize for his presentation ‘A human iPS cell-based model of medulloblastoma demonstrates co-operativity between SHH signalling and mutation in an epigenetic modifier’.
- Matthew Grech-Sollars for his poster presentation ‘18F-methylcholine PET/CT, in vivo magnetic resonance spectroscopy imaging and tissue enzyme biomarkers of choline metabolism in primary brain gliomas‘.
At our BNOS 2016 meeting in Leeds:
- best oral presentation prize was awarded to Jason Adhikaree (University of Nottingham)
- best clinical poster prize was awarded to Ingela Oberg (Cambridge University Hospital Addenbrookes)
- best scientific poster prize was awarded to Ciara Moriconi (University of Cardiff)
BNOS 2015 presentations
- The presentations made at the 2015 Conference were all filmed courtesy of jimmyteens.tv (now known as JTV Cancer Support)
- Links to the video presentations are inserted in the BNOS 2015 programme
- BNOS 2015 Conference Report by Maryanne Roach
At our BNOS 2015 meeting in Nottingham best presentation and poster prizes were awarded to:
- Ruman Rahman (University of Nottingham)
- Matt Baker (University of Strathclyde)
- Rebecca Lewis (N Bristol NHS Trust)
- Kate Hollingshead (University of Birmingham)
- Durga Sabnis (Children’s Brain Tumour Research Centre, Nottingham)