The Rodolphe Maheux Travel Grant helps four researchers get to WCE2011

1 August 2011

Earlier this year WES announced the Rodolphe Maheux Travel Grant, which has been established to enable young scientists and clinicians to attend WCEs to present their research [WES eJournal 2011;13(1):8].
After much deliberation (there‘s an awful lot of dedicated people in the field of endometriosis now!) the ―RMTG Committe is delighted to announce that WES is able to provide funding for these young researchers to attend WCE2011:

Alison Hey-Cunningham

University of Sydney

Her presentation, in a main seminar, will be on “Endometrial expression of neuropil-ins in women with endometriosis

Katie May

University of Oxford
United Kingdom

Her poster discusses “Endothelial cells progenitor cells in endometriosis

Mutinda Kyama

Institute of Primate Research

His presentation is “Massive ectopic endometrial necrosis occurs before development of induced endometriosis in baboons

Qing Xue

First Hospital of Peking University

Her presentation is “Hyperthermilation of the CPG island span from EXON II to third intron activates steroidogenic facto-1 in the stromal cells of endometriosis