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2017 Winner

Jaideep Banerjee with WHS President Marjana Tomic Canic and Awards Chair, Praveen Arany
Jaideep Banerjee with WHS President Marjana Tomic Canic and Awards Chair, Praveen Arany

Upregulation Of Mir-429 Reduces The Pro-Fibrotic Response in an In-Vitro Model of Human Dermal Myofibroblast Differentiation
J. Banerjee, S. Natesan, R. J. Christy
US Army Institute Of Surgical Research, San Antonio, Texas


2016 Winners

2016 winner

NOVEL ANTIBACTERIAL PROTEIN PERFORIN-2 IN ACUTE WOUND HEALING
I. Pastar 1, O. Stojadinovic 1, R. M. McCormack 2, A. Sawaya 1, D. Ajdic 1, K. I. Garzon 1, V. Chen 1, R. Kirsner 1, E. R. Podack 2, N. Strbo 2, M. Tomic-Canic1
1University Of Miami, Dermatology And Cutaneous Surgery Miami, Florida, 2University Of Miami, Microbiology And Immunology Miami, FL, USA

ANTIHYPOXAMIR FUNCTIONALIZED GRAMICIDIN LIPID NANOPARTICLE RESCUES AGAINST ISCHEMIC MEMORY AND ACCELERATES WOUND CLOSURE
S. Ghatak 1, J. Li 2, Y. C. Chan 1, S. C. Gnyawali 1, E. Steen 1, B. C. Yung 2, S. Khanna 1, S. Roy 1, R. J. Lee 2, C. K. Sen1
1Ohio State University, Surgery Columbus, OH, USA, 2 Ohio State University, Division Of Pharmaceutics And Pharmaceutical Chemistry Columbus, OH, USA


2014 Winners

SILVER-ZINC COUPLED BIOELECTRIC DRESSING DISRUPTS BACTERIAL BIOFILM BY TARGETING QUORUM SENSING AND ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE
J. BANERJEE1, P. D. Ghatak1, S. Khanna1, A. Das1, S. Roy1, C. K. Sen1
1Davis Heart & Lung Research Institute, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, Columbus, OH USA

TOPICAL MEVASTATIN AND SIMVASTATIN INDUCE ANGIOGENESIS AND ACCELERATE WOUND CLOSURE IN VIVO
S. Patel1, I. Pastar1, O. Stojadinovic1, I. Jozic1, N. Yin1, A. Sawaya1, J. Gil1, S. C. Davis1, M. Tomic-Canic1
1University Of Miami Miller School Of Medicine, Miami, FLORIDA USA

A REDOX ACTIVE BIOELECTRIC DRESSING IMPROVES HUMAN KERATINOCYTE MIGRATION
J. BANERJEE1, P. D. Ghatak1, S. Roy1, S. Khanna1, E. K. Sequin2, K. Bellman2, B. C. Dickinson3, V. V. Subramaniam2, C. J. Chang3, C. K. Sen1
1Davis Heart & Lung Research Institute, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, Columbus, OH USA, 2The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH USA, 3University Of California - Berkeley, Berkeley, CA USA

WOUND CLOSURE IS ACCELERATED BY CHRYSIN IN A MURINE SPLINTED CUTANEOUS EXCISIONAL WOUND MODEL
M. A. Brenner1, A. Thompson1, T. J. Jaraczewski1, P. R. Pathak1, M. Roy1, T. W. King1
1University Of Wisconsin, Madison, WI USA


2012 Winners

SIGNIFICANT DECREASES OF THE TYPE I COLLAGEN IN THE HEALING DIGITAL FLEXOR TENDON AND THE EFFECT OF AAV2-VEGF GENE THERAPY TO REVERSE THE DECREASE OF COLLAGEN PRODUCTION: AN IN VIVO STUDY
Y. Zhou1, 2, Y. Wu 1, 2, X. Wang2, P. Liu2, J. Tang1, 2
1Department Of Hand Surgery, Nantong, JIANGSU China, 2Department Of Plastic Surgery, Providence, RI USA

2012 Finalists

EGFR LIGANDS DRIVE MULTIPOTENTIAL STROMAL CELLS TO PRODUCE MULTIPLE GROWTH FACTORS AND CYTOKINES VIA EARLY GROWTH RESPONSE-1
S. S. Kerpedjieva1, D. Kim1, D. J. Barbeau1, K. Tamama1, 2
1Department Of Pathology, University Of Pittsburgh School Of Medicine, Pittsburgh, PA USA, 2McGowan Institute For Regenerative Medicine, University Of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA USA

INSULIN ANTAGONIZES THROMBIN-INDUCED BLOOD VESSEL LEAKAGE
Y. Liu1, X. Chen1, M. Martins-Green2
1Shanghai JiaoTong University, School Of Medicine, Affiliated Ruijin Hospital, Shanghai, SHANGHAI China, 2University Of California, Riverside, Riverside,CA USA

WOUND FLUID IL-1B INDUCES ENDOGENOUS OPIOIDS IN WOUND-SITE NEUTROPHILS OF STERNOTOMY PATIENTS
H. Awad1, M. Abas1, R. S. Tripathi1, H. Elgharably1, C. B. Sai-Sudhakar1, C. K. Sen1, S. Roy1
1The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH USA 2

2012 Organogenesis Award Finalists will present a poster talk based on their submitted abstract at the General Poster Session on Friday, April 20, 2012, 7:00 am to 9:00 am. at the Wound Healing Society 22nd Annual Meeting/6th Joint Meeting of The Wound Healing Society & The European Tissue Repair Society in conjunction with the Symposium on Advanced Wound Care 
[SAWC Spring], which will be held at the Georgia World Congress Center • Atlanta, Georgia • April 19-22, 2012.