Career Achievement Award
ESPEN awards professionals, preferably newly retired, who has been particularly successful to improve clinical nutritional practice with the ESPEN Career Achievement Award. This Award is given to a person who, during the course if her/his career, has made major contributions to markedly improve the clinical practice. The contribution can be internationally recognized, or of particular importance at the national level or both. The contributions can be multiple, multi facetted but must have made major impact for improving clinical practice in nutritional care. This award is not primarily to be given to award novel research findings, but rather actions or improvements of the use of proper nutritional care. Examples of actions or achievements that could merit for this award could be (but not by any means limited to) actions such as for instance developing educational material, implementation tools, systems for recognition of need for nutritional care, developing national strategies in nutritional care or building successful national societies etc. First Career Achievement Award was presented in 2010 at the ESPEN General Assembly at the Nice Congress.
These exceptional members are:
|Professor Marina Panisic-Sekeljic||Serbia||2020|
|Professor Mette HOLST||Denmark||2018|
|Professor Regina KOMSA||Bulgaria||2017|
|Professor Ibolya NYULASI||Australia||2016|
|Professor John SHAFFER||United Kingdom||2015|
|Professor Merce PLANAS||Spain||2014|
|Professor Mois BAHAR||Turkey||2013|
|Professor Lubos SOBOTKA||Czech Republic||2011|
|Professor Pat HOWARD||United Kingdom||2010|
The Award is decided upon by the ESPEN Executive Committee, but nominations of Awardees can be made by ESPEN members to the General Secretary with an appropriate motivation and a CV of the Nominee.
Marina Dj. Panisic-Sekeljic
Marina Dj. Panisic-Sekeljic, M.D. Primarius, General Surgeon
Slavonskih brigada St. Nº 40
11 000 Belgrade, Serbia
Home (381 11) 23 93 014, Cellular phone (381 63) 32 72 54
E-mail address: email@example.com
Date and Place of Birth
March 10th 1956. Sremska Mitrovica, Serbia, Europe
Address at Work
Clinic for General Surgery,
Military Medical Academy, Belgrade
Crnotravska St. Nº 17, 11 000 Belgrade,
Work-direct line (381 11) 3608-580
Husband Milan, BS Mechanical Engineering
Son Djordje, 39-years old
Belgrade School of Medicine M.D. 1982.
The Clinics of Belgrade School of Medicine 1983-1984.
The Surgical Clinics of Military Medical Academy, Belgrade 1986-1990.
Clinic for General and Vascular Surgery, Military Medical Academy, Belgrade 1990.
Belgrade School of Medicine, M.D. License 1984
Clinic for General and Vascular Surgery,
Military Medical Academy, Belgrade
Specialist, General Surgeon 1990
Staff Physician 1986-1990
Attending Staff 1992
Chief of Department for Perioperative 2010
Nutrition (Intestinal Failure Unit)
Reviewer of the journal "Clinical Nutrition" and "Advances in Clinical Nutrition"
Lecturer in Nutrition in Faculty of Pharmacy,
University of Belgrade, Serbia.
Lecturer in Nutrition in Medical Faculty,
University of Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Clinical nutrition and metabolism
Colorectal cancer surgery
Surgery of inflammatory bowel disease
Member of Oncological Consilium for Digestive Malignancies 1998
Chief of Nutritional team 2002
Chief of Department
President of National Society for Clinical Nutrition Serbia 2002
European Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism – ESPEN- Council member 2002
ESPEN Faculty Member, Espen Faculty Lecturer 2016
President of Adriatic team for Clinical nutrition - ACCN 2016
Coordinator of ESPEN-LLL Courses in Serbia 2018
President of ESPEN East Europian Group for Clinical nutrition and metabolism 2008
LLL certificated Teacher /Leonardo da Vinci Life Long Learning System/ Member of ESPEN Special Interest Group for Intestinal Failure 2014
Honorary Member POLSPEN
Honorary Member HSPEN
Serbian Medical Association
Serbian Association of Surgeons
Society of Coloproctology of Yugoslavia - Council member
Society of Oncologic Surgeons of Serbia
165 Articles published in extenso
Contact e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Head of Clinical Nutrition Research, MCN, Phd.
Center for Nutrition and Bowel Disease, CET.
Department of Gastroenterology, Aalborg University Hospital
Department of Clinical Medicine; Medical Study and Public Health Study
PhD. Title:”Undernutrition in Hospitals: An evaluation of Risk Factors Concerning the Nutritional Care Process”. 2010
MCN (Master degree in Clinical Nursing), Aarhus University, June 2007
National Health Service Management Diploma (Bachelor)
Registered Nurse; Postgraduate education, specialization:
Critical Care Nurse Education 1998-2000
“Scandinavian Nutrition Academy Diploma”, Karolinska University, Huddinge, Sweden, 2003-2006
Primary actual Clinical Research and work:
Applied research with focus on clinical nutrition, physical activity, weight maintain in cancer patients.
Methods: Quantitative and qualitative methods
Supervisor for Phd students and master degree students considering nutrition throughout disease
Experienced research project manager
35 peer reviewed publications 4 Publiched guidelinies with The Danish National Board of Health 16 non peer reviewed publications and book chapters
Main boards and working groups:
ESPEN; Special Interest Group "Acute Intestinal Failure"
Board member of the Danish Society for Clinical Nutrition (DSKE)
The Regional Nutrition Committee of North Jutland
Nutrition Committee of Aalborg University Hospital
Supervisor at Nordic Nutrition Academy
Steering committee member and chairman of the education and practice committee for ESPEN (European Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism) 2016 local organization
Earlier ESPEN: ECP-Committee member
Regina Komsa-Penkova, PhD, DSc, Professor of Biochemistry, Head of Department of Biochemistry, Medical Faculty, Medical University Pleven, Bulgaria
- Graduated from Vilnius State University, Lithuania
- Specialty Biochemistry, Medical University Pleven, Bulgaria
- Initiator and coordinator of an EU project for the development of the LLL program in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism. Designer and co-founder of the ESPEN LLL program (2003-2005)
- Co-director of the ESPEN LLL Program for ContinuousMedical Education of Physicians and HealthProfessionals in Clinical Nutrition (http://lllnutrition.com/)
- Initiator and coordinator of the EU project « Teach the teacher » for the development of the TLLL course in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism (2005-2007)
Other Appointments & Honours
- Head of International Relations of the MedicalUniversity Pleven (1999-2009)
- Initiator and coordinator of four EU projects in the field of Molecular and Medical Biosciences (1999-2009). Three of themwerenominated as Projects of Excellence
- Among the first National experts of ECTS in medical curricula
- Vice-Dean of MedicalFacultyat MU Pleven (2009-2013)
- Vice-chairman of BULSPEN
- Editorial advisoryboard of Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism
- Editorial advisoryboard of Nutrition
- Role of genetic and non-genetic risk factors in the pathogenesis of thrombotic events in patients with venous thromboembolism and arterial thrombosis
- Impact of inherited thrombophilia and life style onreproductive problem
- Changes in the nanomechanical characteristics of platelets and platelet microparticles in patients with thrombosis
- Life style, nutrition and drug abuse.
Web for science informations
- Sum of publications: 139
- Sum of the Times Cited :401
- h-index : 12