Experiences of ATS 2019: Julia Frankenberg Garcia

I am thankful to have been awarded the BALR ATS Travel Award, which allowed me to attend the ATS Conference 2019, held in Dallas, Texas. This was the first time I presented the work from my PhD project in an international meeting and it was a great experience. I participated in a Poster Discussion Session where I had the chance to discuss my work with other researchers in the field. It was very motivating to see that people were interested in my work and had valuable feedback. The ATS was also a great opportunity to learn about the wide-ranging work being carrying out in the area of respiratory research. I attended several talks that inspired me and was able to learn of the work of researche

Experiences of ATS 2019: Sophia Antoniou

Dr Sophia Antoniou is a Clinical Research Fellow at Lungs for Living, UCL Respiratory, UCL London, and is in the 2nd year of her PhD. She received a BALR Travel award for the ATS Annual Meeting 2019 in Dallas. She presented a poster and gave a short oral presentation followed by a discussion of her research “Identifying an infrared spectral biomarker of lung cancer risk” in the RAPID poster discussion session “Novel Imaging for Lung Cancer: A Picture is worth a thousand words”. She has shared her experience of attending and presenting at the ATS. "ATS 2019 was held in Dallas this year and I am incredibly grateful to the BALR for giving me a travel award that supported my attendance. It w

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