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ISEV2017 Junior Member Scholarship


We are excited to announce the ISEV2017 Junior Member Scholarship Winners!


Agnes Reiner (Austria)

Austrian Institute of Technology

Abstract Title: EV-associated MMP9 in high grade serous ovarian cancer is preferentially localized to Annexin V-binding EVs

ISEV2017 Session 23 (OS23.05)


Bronson Haynes (USA)

Eastern Virginia Medical School

Abstract Title: Adipose tissue endothelial cell derived microparticles are a potential link between obesity and prostate cancer

ISEV2017 Symposium 25 (OS25.03)


Dmitry Ter-Ovanesyan (USA)

Harvard University

Abstract Title: Characterizing Extracellular RNA Inside and Outside of Vesicles

ISEV2017 Session Featured Abstracts (SFA-02)


Dorival Mendes Rodrigues Jr. (Brazil)

Universidade Federal de São Paulo

Abstract Title: TGFβ3 expression level in extracellular vesicles present in the plasma of patients with head and neck squamous cell carcinoma is a marker for treatment response

ISEV2017 Session 23 (OS23.04)



Fabia Fricke (Germany)

German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ), University Hospital Heidelberg

Abstract Title: TGFBR2-dependent alterations of exosomal cargo and functions in DNA mismatch repair-deficient colorectal cancers

ISEV2017 Session 9 (OT9.06)


Fabrice Lucien (Canada)

Lawson Health Research Institute

Abstract Title: Presence of Glypican-1 on Extracellular Vesicles Fails to Discern Pancreatic Cancer from Benign Pancreatic Diseases

ISEV2017 Featured Abstract (FFA-03)


Georgia Atkin-Smith (Australia)

La Trobe Institute for Molecular Science

Abstract Title: Apoptotic bodies – a novel Trojan horse for Influenza A Virus

ISEV2017 Session 12 (OF12.02)


Lisa Learman (USA)

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Abstract Title: Extracellular Vesicles and Lipoproteins Influence Cellular Response to HIV-1 Infection

ISEV2017 Session 18 (OF18.06)


Lucia Terlecki-Zaniewicz (Austria)

Christian Doppler Laboratory for Biotechnology of Skin Aging, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences

Abstract Title: miRNAs enclosed in small extracellular vesicles are selectively secreted and retained in cellular senescence and modulate keratinocyte functionality

ISEV2017 Session 16 (OF16.03)


Martijn van Herwijnen (The Netherlands)

Utrecht University

Abstract Title: Milk-derived extracellular vesicles from non-allergic and allergic mothers differ in T cell modulatory capacity and have a distinct protein composition

ISEV2017 Featured Abstracts (SFA-01)


Mauricio da Rocha Dourado (Brazil)

Piracicaba Dental School, University of Campinas - University of Campinas

Abstract Title: Extracellular vesicles derived from cancer-associated fibroblasts may have a role in oral cancer invasion

ISEV2017 Session Oral with Poster 1 (OPT01.02)


Michelle Lowry (Ireland)

Trinity College Dublin

Abstract Title: Insights into the mechanisms of neratinib-resistance: investigating a possible role for extracellular vesicles in HER2-overexpressing breast cancer

ISEV2017 Session 25 (OS25.01)


Monisha Samuel (Australia)

La Trobe University

Abstract Title: Exosomes from bovine milk reduces the tumour burden and attenuates cancer cachexia

ISEV2017 Session 9 (OT09.02)


Nao Nishida-Aoki (Japan)

National Cancer Center Research Institute

Abstract Title: Novel therapeutic strategies against cancer metastasis by targeting extracellular vesicles by specific antibodies

ISEV2017 Session 1 (OT01.06)


Naveed Akbar (UK)

University of Oxford

Abstract Title: Endothelial Cell-Derived Extracellular Vesicles in Acute Myocardial Infarction

ISEV2017 Session 14 (OF14.02)


Nuno Ricardo Alves Bastos (Portugal)


Abstract Title: Intercellular communication mediated by exosomes as a new therapeutic target for pancreatic cancer

ISEV2017 Session 9 (OT09.01)


Sherif Abdelhamed (USA)

Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU)

Abstract Title: Epigenetic Dysregulation of Hematopoietic Stem Cell Function by Extracellular Vesicle (EV) Trafficking in the Leukemia Microenvironment

ISEV2017 Session 27 (OS27.02)


Susanne van der Grein (The Netherlands)

Utrecht University, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Biochemistry and Cell biology

Abstract Title: Picornavirus infection induces the release of distinct EV populations containing infectious virus and altered host-derived contents

ISEV2017 Session 18 (OF18.03)


Vladimir Mulens-Arias (France)

Laboratoire Matière et Systèmes Complexes, Université Paris Diderot

Abstract Title: Bio-engineered extracellular microvesicles and cell membrane-derived nanoghosts as multivalent approach for cancer therapy

ISEV2017 Session 27 (OS27.04)


Yaxuan Liang (USA)

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Abstract Title: Hypoxic Pre-conditioning of Human CD34+ Stem Cells Enhances the Ischemic Tissue Repair Ability of their Exosomes via ETS-1-Regulated Pathway

ISEV2017 Session 14 (OF14.03)


Yinpeng Jin (China)

Shanghai Liver Diseases Research Center, The 85th Hospital of PLA

Abstract Title: Significant Improvement of Survival of Rats with Acute Liver Failure by High Concentration Exosome of Human Adipose-Derived Stem Cells

ISEV2017 Session Oral with Poster 2 (OPT02.02)


Cristiana Spinelli (Canada)

McGill University

Abstract Title: Molecular subtypes of glioma stem cells as determinants of tumour vesiculome and extracellular vesicle mediated intercellular communication

ISEV2017 Session 25 (LBO.15)


Hyun Jeong Oh (Korea)

Korea University

Abstract Title: Live-cell imaging for neural stem cells-derived exosomes during neurogenesis by exosomal microRNA using a microfluidic device

ISEV2017 Session 30 (LBO.33)


Maarten Bebelman (The Netherlands)

VU University Medical Center

Abstract Title: Real-time quantification of multivesicular body-plasma membrane fusion reveals modulation of exosome release by G protein-coupled receptor signaling

ISEV2017 Featured Abstracts (LBO.08)


Thomas Hartjes (The Netherlands)

Erasmus Medical Center

Abstract Title: EVQuant: Combined quantification and phenotypic analysis of individual extracellular vesicles in experimental and clinical samples

ISEV2017 Session 26 (LBO.18)


Eligibility Criteria

Scholarships are intended to support young researchers (students and postdocs) in pursuing their studies in the area of extracellular vesicles through attendance at ISEV2017.

To qualify:

-        You must hold a membership with ISEV that is active for the 2017 calendar year.

-        You must be a junior member of ISEV (no terminal degree or terminal degree (PhD, MD, DVM, etc.) within the last four years)

-        You must be the presenting author of a submitted abstract



Selected recipients who have not yet registered will receive a registration waiver.  Up to 25 awards from the pool of eligible applicants may be presented in ISEV2017.