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2022 ATS Abstract Scholarship Award Recipients

These Abstract Scholarship Awards have been funded by the American Thoracic Society


Tania Da Silva, BSc, MSci
University of Toronto and Toronto General Hospital Research Institute, University Health NetworkAbstract Title: Description and Reliability of Internet Resources on Pulmonary Rehabilitation for Individuals with Chronic Lung Disease

Daniel Faradji, BS
The University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of MedicineAbstract Title: Determining the Most Discriminatory Perceived Activity and Weakness Score (PAWS) for Predicting Muscle Strength, Endurance, and Adverse Outcomes in Hospitalized Patients

Rainer Gloeckl, PhD
Schoen Klinik Berchtesgadener Land
Abstract Title: Influence of Adherence to an App-Based Pulmonary Rehabilitation Maintenance Program on Physical Activity and Quality of Life in COPD Patients - a Subgroup Analysis of a Randomized Controlled Trial

Ashira Lokhandwala, BHS
Toronto General Hospital Research Institute
Abstract Title: Clinical Implications of Frailty in Hospitalized Patients with Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension

Renata Gonçalves Mendes, PhD
Abstract Title: Improving Knowledge About Length Of Hospital Stay, Functional Status And Muscle Strength In COVID-19 Survivors: A Prospective Observational Cross-Sectional Study

Maysa Rangel, DipPhys
Abstract Title: Pulmonary Rehabilitation in Post-Covid-19 Patients Improves Lung Function and Mechanics and Skeletal Muscle, and Immune Response

Tessa Schneeberger, MSc
Philipps-University of Marburg
Abstract Title: Effects of an Automatically Titrating Oxygen-Flow System during Walking in Hypoxemic Post-COVID-19 Patients - a Pilot Randomized Controlled Double-Blind Cross Over Trial

These abstract scholarships were supported by Asthma and Lung UK

Enya Daynes, PhD
University Hospitals of Leicester
Abstract Title: Rehabilitation For Patients Hospitalized with COVID19

Linzy Houchen-Wolloff, PhD
Abstract Title: Joint patient and clinician priority setting to identify ten key research questions for survivors of a hospital admission with COVID-19