This year`s David Y Mason Award goes to...
David Y Mason Award .
The David Mason Award 2022 has been awarded to Luis Alberto Veloza Cabrera from Institute of Pathology, Lausanne University, Switzerland for his project “Role of microsatellite instability in the oncogenesis of primary intestinal T-cell lymphomas“
Microsatellite instability is an effect of defects in DNA mismatch repair and has been associated with immunogenicity, inflammatory microenvironment and response to checkpoint inhibitors in solid tumours. This mechanism is hitherto poorly studied in lymphoma and Dr. Veloza Cabrera aims to analyse mutational profiles associated with microsatellite instability, DNA methylation, expression of DNA mismatch repair proteins and tumour microenvironment as well as clinicopathological features and outcome in a series of primary intestinal T-cell lymphomas. The international jury appreciated the high scientific quality and the novelty of the proposal. Moreover, they felt that this research is a good example of the intention of the David Mason Award program: to support a junior scientist to perform innovative research in the ``spirit`` of David Mason; using novel technology for the benefit of patients.
- the President, Past-President and President-Elect of the EAHP,
- two non-European Haematopathologists,
- one Haematologist and a
- Representant of DYM foundation.
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