Meet this year's Travel Grant winners
To support education and research in under-served regions of the world, ISUOG offers Travel Grants at each of its World Congresses. Travel Grant applicants are abstract submitters working in under-served regions of the world, and successful recipients are selected by the Scientific Committee. ISUOG is delighted to have awarded Travel Grants to the following Travel Grantees in 2022.
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Abstract title: Fetal sacrococcygeal teratoma with severe hemorrhage and maternal mirror syndrome
During his studies and career, Abdallah has focused on learning the development of fetuses and factors that play a role in determining birthweight. Through understanding the role of genes and environment on fetus growth, he was able to describe some abnormalities that may arise in different parts of the fetus body. Linking this to his previous studies, Abdallah provides genetic counselling to parents about their babies with a commitment to evidence-based medicine.
Abstract title: Ultrasound OBGYN Teaching in 67 Clinics & Hospitals in Haiti: 2019-2021
Abstract title: Correlation of umbilical artery Doppler indices with perinatal outcome in women with preeclampsia in rural Nigeria
Abstract title: A rare case of a complete tubal abortion
Abstract title: Prenatal diagnosis of congenital heart diseases following 170 fetal echocardiographies at Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospital, Nigeria
If you would like to find out more about how to apply for the Travel Grant for next year's Congress, please contact [email protected].