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11th COGNO Annual Scientific Meeting
Targeting survival: living well with brain cancer in the era of precision treatments

Sunday 7th October - Tuesday 9th October 2018
Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Queensland, Australia
Congratulations to our award and grant recipients:
  • MSD Hubert Stuerzl Memorial Educational Award 2018 - Dr Arian Lasocki
  • COGNO Outreach Education Preceptorship - Dr Abdi Reza (Indonesia)
  • BTAA Lynette Williams Award first prize - Ms Megan Jeon for her abstract "Prevalence and severity of difficulty sleeping in patients with CNS cancer receiving palliative care in Australia"
  • BTAA Lynette Williams Award second prize - Miss Lobna Alukaidey for her abstract "Longitudinal health related quality of life in patients with benign and low-grade brain tumours"
  • COGNO Young Investigator Award - Mr Ali Dulfikar for his abstract "Baseline functional status in post-operative glioma patients prior to adjuvant radiation: relevance to participation in a supervised exercise programme"
  • COGNO Most Outstanding Oral Presentation - Dr Simon Puttick for his abstract "Increasing antibody theranostic uptake in primary brain tumours using focussed ultrasound"
  • COGNO Most Outstanding Poster Presentation - A/Prof Zarnie Lwin for her abstract ""I’m the handbrake": a qualitative interview study of the experiences of informal carers for patients living with glioma"