May 28, 2016

The first winner of the Kamil Duszenko Award is Maciej Szydłowski.
Dr. Szydlowski has been awarded for his three important publications:
(1) FOXOl activation is an effector of SYK and AKT inhibition in tome nLn.. signal-dependent diffuse large B-cell lymphomas (Blood, 2015)
(2) FOXOl Transcription Factor: A Critical Effector of the Pl3K-AKT Axis in B-Cell Development (International Reviews of Immunology, 2014)
(3) FOXOl is a TXN- and p300-dependent sensor and effector of oxidative stress in diffuse larPe R-cell lvmnhomas characterized bv increased oxidative metabolism (Oncogene, forthcoming).

We wish to congratulate Dr. Maciej Szydłowski and co-authors of the publications on their outstanding work. 

The Award Ceremony will take place on 27th June 2016 at the Institute of Hematology and Transfusion Medicine in Warsaw.


Jan. 1, 2016
Kamil Duszenko Award in haematology 2016 - application is open
We cordially invite you to apply for the Kamil Duszenko Award in haematology 2016.
The specific field of haematology, which for the Award granted in 2016, is ‘Cancers of the lymphatic system’.
More about Kamil Duszenko Award can be found here
The Award Committee can be found here

Candidates can apply for the Award before 28th February 2016.
To enter the competition the candidate have to send the application form and copy of the work presented for the contest (in one of a form of their choosing,  i.e. paper, PDF, or indication of the address of the website where the work was published) to:
Dolnośląska Fundacja Rozwoju Ochrony Zdrowia „DOLFROZ”, 
ul. Lotnicza 37, 54-154 Wrocław, Poland
marked: ‘Application for the Kamil Duszenko Award’
or 
to the e-mail address: dolfroz@dolfroz.pl, with the subject of the message ‘Application for the Kamil Duszenko Award’ 

Authors or co-authors of works or research studies from the field of haematology carried out in Poland or abroad, during the four calendar years preceding the Award year may apply for the Award. The works associated directly or indirectly with Poland will be recognised. This association may be manifested in particular in participation of Polish citizens in studies, authorship or co-authorship of the works; place where the research has been carried out; place where results of research has been published or implemented; place where creation, place of publication or defence of the thesis.

The Award is a prize of 40,000 PLN (forty thousand Polish zloty ≈ 10,000 EUR). 

The detailed Regulations of the Award are available here. The application form can be uploaded from here (bottom of the page). 

The winner is obliged to

  • deliver a guest lecture in the Institute of Haematology and Transfusion Medicine in Warsaw, and
  • deliver a guest lecture at the scientific congress organised by Polish Society of Haematologists and Transfusion Medicine Specialists.

Travel and accommodation costs are covered by the Foundation. 

We are looking forward to receiving your application. 


April 12, 2015

The first edition of the Kamil Duszenko Award for outstanding achievements in haematology sciences continues.

The Award Committee has been appointed.

 

In 2016, the Award will be granted for outstanding achievements in the field of Cancers of the lymphatic system.

 

You can apply for the Award to be granted in 2016 before 28th February 2016. Please read the Regulations first and download the application form.

 

Authors of works or research studies in the selected field of haematology carried out in Poland or abroad, during the four calendar years preceding the award of the Award, can enter the competition. The works associated directly or indirectly with Poland will be recognized. This association may be manifested in particular in participation of Polish citizens in studies or authorship or co-authorship of the works; place where the research has been carried out; published results of research or its implementation in Poland; place where creation, publication or defence of the thesis will be located in Poland.