Awards at ECP 2022

Congratulations to all awardees! 

Best Oral Free Paper Prizes

Mutational profile of hepatocellular carcinomas with microvascular invasion and microscopic portal vein invasion. Implications for tumour progression and recurrence

Consensus based recommendations for the diagnosis of Serous Tubal Intraepithelial Carcinoma; an international Delphi study


Histopathological tumor response scoring in resected pancreatic cancer following neoadjuvant therapy (ISGPP-1): an international interobserver study

Stefano Chillotti,Italy

Joep Boegarts, The Netherlands

Boris Janssen, The Netherlands

Best Poster Prizes

Pancreatobiliary cytopathology: the use of the Papanicolaou Society system in the transition towards a new era of standardised reporting

AI(H): deep learning model for standing and grading autoimmune hepatitis from histology


GRIN3A – a novel biomarker identifying a subtype of intraductal prostate cancer (IDC-P) 


Matthew Hanks, United Kingdom

Caner Ercan, Switzerland

Mari Bogaard, Norway

Virchows Archiv Prize for the Best Paper of the Year 2021

An analysis of 130 neuroendocrine tumors G3 regarding prevalence, origin, metastasis, and diagnostic features

Dr. Atsuko Kasajima et al., Germany

Virchows Archiv - European Journal of Pathology

George Tiniakos Award

(Best free-paper presentation in Gastrointestinal, Liver and Pancreatobiliary Pathology)

Spatially resolved transcriptomic and proteomic analysis of pancreatic cancer reveals distinct profiles which correlate with site of recurrence

Anna Silvia Wenning, Switzerland

Pulmonary Pathology Working Group Poster Prize

Another retrospective study to throw more light on prognostic implications of STAS (tumour spread through air spaces) in lung adenocarcinoma

Samuel López-Muñoz, Spain

Pathobiology Award (kindly awarded by Karger)

Gastric polyps in familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP) Portuguese patients - the first Western cohort with Asian features

Diana Baptista, Portugal