The ICTS has awarded four separate awards to investigators in the ICTS’ first-ever virtual poster display and contest. As part of the 4th annual ICTS Symposium, 47 separate posters were submitted and reviewed by 22 ICTS faculty from Washington University in St. Louis, University of Missouri – Columbia, and Saint Louis University. Posters showcased ICTS-supported research and were categorized by early stage, clinical, or health services/population health. Each poster was evaluated by three reviewers and were judged in areas of significance, approach, innovation, visual appeal and for long-term, short-term and national impact.
Winning posters were selected in the following categories; each awardee will receive a $500 prize.
Poster 16. Pre-infusion Neurofilament Light Chain (NfL) Levels Predict Immune Effector Cell-associated Neurotoxicity Syndrome (ICANS) By Omar Butt, MD, PhD
(This is awarded to the poster with the highest number of online votes from the public.)