Euroresidue IX awards
Young Talent award
During the Euroresidue IX conference may 2022 the young talent award was awarded to Dr. Ewelina W. Patyra from Pulawy Poland.
Ewelina Patyra is an associate professor at the Department of Feed Hygiene of the National Veterinary Research Institute in Puławy (Poland). Her scientific interests include issues of feed and environmental contamination with antibiotics. She defended her PhD in 2015 on the topic of determination of tetracycline in feed by chromatographic methods. She developed her scientific skills during a half-year PhD internship at the Universidade de Santiago de Compostela (Spain) and a two-month postdoctoral internship at the LABERCA laboratory in Nantes, France, where she used the modern Rapid Evaporative Ionization Mass Spectrometry (REIMS) technique for the determination of residual anabolic compounds in food. She was awarded a habilitation degree in 2021. She is the author of 29 publications in peer-reviewed journals, cited 129 times to date, with a Hirsh index of 8. Also worth mentioning is her participation as a member of the Expert Panel in EURL on Feed Additives (JRC, Geel).
She belongs to the young generation of scientists, open to the modern world and eager to develop in cooperation with the best scientific centres. Her work combines a passion for science, thorough planning and execution and good relationships with her colleagues.
Special Recognition award
After the final keynote lecture Dr. Leen van Ginkel was presented with a special recognition award for his excellent scientific contributions, his exceptional service and his life-long dedication to educate the residue society. The award was handed over by Dr. Rainer Stephany, a former receiver of the life-time achievement award.