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The prize

Rules and
form
 
The Enrico Anglesio Prize is awarded every year to a young cancer epidemiology researcher, in two occasions: the yearly GRELL (Groupe pour l’Epidémiologie et l’Enregistrement du cancer dans les Pays de Langue Latine) Meeting, and the yearly IACR (International Association of Cancer Registries) meeting. The GRELL meeting is traditionally held on Day of the Ascension. Enrico Anglesio was the founder and the first president of the GRELL. He has also been awarded with the IACR's Honorary Membership in 1985.

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Starting in 2017, the GRELL round of the Enrico Anglesio Prize merges with the IACR round. We hope that young epidemiologists from latin languages countries would take the opportunity to apply for an international competition, which guarantees larger audiences and a really stimulating contest.

In the meantime, the Fondo Anglesio Moroni is working to launch new editions of the Prize in partially different fields, connected to Professor Anglesio accomplishments in clinical oncology and advocacy.


2018 Laureate

Round IACR

The Enrico Anglesio Prize was awarded in Arequipa (Peru) on 15 November 2018 to Keiu Paapsi, Tallin, Estonia for her presentation of the study "Population based survival trends in childhood cancer in Estonia, 1970–2014".

2017 Laureate

Round IACR

The Enrico Anglesio Prize was awarded in Utrecht (Netherlands) on 19 October 2017 to Simone Versteeg, Utrecht, Netherlands for her presentation of the study "Centralisation of cancer surgery and the impact on patients’ travel burden".

Since the study was published in the peer-reviewed journal Health Policy with the title "Centralisation of cancer surgery and the impact on patients' travel burden" the prize money doubled.

2016 Laureates

Round IACR

The Enrico Anglesio Prize was awarded in Marrakesh (Morocco) on 21 October 2016 to Lidia Sacchetto, Torino, Italy, for her presentation of the study "In situ, thin and thick melanoma in Europe: how and where are they increasing?".

The study has been published in the peer-reviewed European Journal of Cancer with the title "Trends in incidence of thick, thin and in situ melanoma in Europe".

GRELL Round

The Enrico Anglesio Prize was awarded in Albi (France) on 6 May 2016 to Daniel Jurado, Pasto, Colombia, for his presentation of the study "Exploring social causal pathways for cervical cancer survival in low and middle income settings".

2015 Laureates

IACR Round

The Enrico Anglesio Prize was awarded in Mumbai (India) on 10 October 2015 to Hanna Tervonen, Adelaide, Australia for her presentation of the study "Cancer survival and summary stage among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in NSW".

GRELL Round

The Enrico Anglesio Prize was awarded in Reus (Spain) on 15 May 2015 to David Jegou, Bruxelles, Belgium for his presentation of the study "Trends in Incidence: a proposal to automatically check the linearity assumption for calculation of EAPC."

2014 Laureates

IACR Round

The Enrico Anglesio Prize was awarded in Ottawa (Canada) on 28 June 2014 to Clara Castro, Porto, Portugal for her presentation of the study "Predicting cancer incidence in the north of Portugal for the years 2013, 2015 and 2020".

Since the study was published in the peer-reviewed journal European Journal of Cancer Prevention with the title "Cancer incidence predictions in the North of Portugal: keeping population-based cancer registration up to date" the prize money doubled.

GRELL Round

The Enrico Anglesio Prize was awarded in Geneva (Switzerland) on 30 May 2014 to Robin Schaffar, Geneva, Switzerland for his presentation of the study "Estimation of net survival in Geneva using both cause-specific and relative survival settings".

Since the study was published in the peer-reviewed journal Cancer Epidemiology with the title "Cause-specific or relative survival setting to estimate population-based net survival from cancer? An empirical evaluation using women diagnosed with breast cancer in Geneva between 1981 and 1991 and followed for 20 years after diagnosis" the prize money doubled.



2013 Laureates

IACR Round

The Enrico Anglesio Prize was awarded in Buenos Aires (Argentina) on 24 October 2013 to Iman Meziane, Casablanca, Morocco, for her presentation of the study: "The Moroccan Breast Cancer Registry (MBCR): Assessment of Breast Cancer Risk in Morocco".



GRELL Round

The Enrico Anglesio Prize was awarded in Syracuse (Italy) on 10 May 2013 to Morgane Mounier, Dijon, France, for her presentation of the study "Changes in therapeutic management of follicular lymphoma: which impact on the excess mortality in the general population?".



2012 Laureates

IACR Round

The Enrico Anglesio Prize was awarded in Cork (Ireland) on 19 September 2012 to Susan Spillane, Dublin, Ireland, for her presentation of the study: "Use of the antidiabetic drug metformin and disease spread at diagnosis in colorectal cancer".

The study has been published in the peer-reviewed journal Cancer Epidemiology with the title "Metformin exposure and disseminated disease in patients with colorectal cancer".



GRELL Round

The Enrico Anglesio Prize was awarded in Porto on 18 May 2012 to Jérémie Jégu, Strasbourg, France, for his presentation of the study: "Trends over three decades of the risk of second primary cancer among patients with head and neck cancer in Bas-Rhin".

Since the study was published in the peer-reviewed journal Oral Oncology with the title "Trends over three decades of the risk of second primary cancer among patients with head and neck cancer" the prize money doubled.



2011 Laureates

IACR Round

The Enrico Anglesio Prize was awarded in Balaclava (Mauritius) on 13 October 2011 to Mugi Wahidin, Jakarta, Indonesia, for his presentation of the study: "Method of Population-Based Cancer Registry in Indonesia".

GRELL Round

The Enrico Anglesio Prize was awarded in Caen on 3 June 2011 to Carole Pornet, Caen, France, for her presentation of the study: "Socio-geographic determinants for compliance to organised colorectal and breast cancer screening programmes ".



2010 Laureates

IACR Round

The Enrico Anglesio Prize was awarded in Yokohama on 12 October 2010 to Yuri Ito, Osaka, Japan, for her presentation of the study: "Trends in cure fraction for colorectal cancer in Osaka, Japan, between 1975 and 2000".



GRELL Round

The Enrico Anglesio Prize was awarded in Toledo on 14 May 2010 to Bárbara Peleteiro, Porto, Portugal, for her presentation of the study: "Salt intake and Gastric cancer risk according to Helicobacter Pylori infection, tumour location and histological type".

Since the study was published in the peer-reviewed journal British Journal of Cancer with the title "Salt intake and gastric cancer risk according to Helicobacter pylori infection, smoking, tumour site and histological type", the prize money tripled.



Winners of the GRELL Round: past editions

2009

The Enrico Anglesio Prize was awarded in Lugano on 22 May 2009 to Cyrille Delpierre, Toulouse, France, for his presentation of the study: "Surdiagnostic et surtraitement: Estimation de l’impact de l’utilisation du PSA comme dépistage du cancer prostatique dans la population Française".

2008

The Enrico Anglesio Prize, in occasion of its third edition, which coincided with the centenary of the Anglesio’s birth, was duplicate and awarded to two candidates who won ex aequo, in Parma on 2nd May 2008. The winners were:

Claudia Allemani, Cancer Institute of Milano, for her presentation of the study “Breast cancer survival and alcohol consumption”. The study was published in the peer-reviewed journal Tumori with the title "Do pre-diagnostic drinking habits influence breast cancer survival?".

Alessandra Spitale, Cancer Registry of Ticino (Switzerland) for her presentation of the study “Neo-adjuvant radiotherapy in locally advanced rectal cancers improves survival: comparison between clinical trials findings and population-based observation. An analysis of Ticino cancer registry (south of Switzerland), 1996-2003”.

Beside the prize in cash the winner of the 2008 edition received a wonderful trophy offered by the organiser of the previous year meeting, Dr Pierre Band and his wife from Montreal.

2007

The Enrico Anglesio Prize was awarded in Montreal on 19 May 2007 to Dr. Jérémie Rudant, Paris, France, for his presentation of the study “Household pesticides use and childhood hematopoietic malignancies: the ESCALE study (SFCE)”.

Beside the prize in cash the winner of the 2007 edition received a wonderful trophy offered by the meeting organiser, Dr Pierre Band from Montreal.

Since the study was published in the peer-reviewed journal Environmental Health Perspectives with the title "Household exposure to pesticides and risk of childhood hematopoietic malignancies: The ESCALE study (SFCE)" the prize money tripled.

2006

The Enrico Anglesio Prize was awarded in Palma de Mallorca on 26 May 2006 to Dr Fulvio Ricceri, Torino, Italy, for his presentation of the study “Survival of Patients with Multiple Primary Tumours: an application to patients with a breast cancer from the Piedmont Cancer Registry”.

The study was published in the peer-reviewed journal Emerging Themes in Epidemiology with the title "Methodological issues in estimating survival in patients with multiple primary cancers: an application to women with breast cancer as a first tumour".


Round GRELL, participants by country

Country of the Candidates Edition
Mallorca 2006 Montreal 2007 Parma 2008 Lugano 2009 Toledo 2010 Caen 2011 Porto 2012 Siracusa 2013 Genève 2014 Reus 2015 Albi 2016 Total Winner
Belgium 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 1
Brazil 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0
Colombia 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 3 1
France 0 1 1 2 0 3 2 2 3 2 3 19 5
Italy 4 2 2 1 1 0 2 5 2 0 3 22 2
Portugal 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 1
Romania 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0
Spain 0 1 1 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 8 0
Switzerland 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 6 2
Total 4 5 5 6 7 4 9 7 7 4 9 67 12

The number of winners is different from the number of editions, due to the duplication of the prize in 2008.



Round IACR

Edition Winner Other Competitors Total number of participants
  Yokohama  2010  Japan Japan, Korea, Spain, The Netherlands, UK(2) 7
  Mauritius  2011  Indonesia Korea, Nigeria 3
  Cork  2012  Ireland Italy, Sweden, Switzerland, The Netherlands, UK 6
  Buenos Aires  2013   Morocco Brazil, Italy, Portugal 4
  Ottawa  2014  Portugal Canada(2), Colombia, USA 5
  Mumbai  2015  Australia Canada, India(3), Kenya(2), Nigeria, Slovakia 9
  Marrakesh  2016  Italy Argentina, France, Greece, Japan, Morocco, UK(3), USA 10
  Utrecht  2017  The Netherlands Belgium(2), France(2), Germany, Italy, Russia, The Netherlands(4) 12
  Arequipa  2018  Estonia Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Japan (2), France, South Africa 8

The Jury

The President


Stefano Rosso
(Italy)

The pool of Jurors


Stella de Sabata (Switzerland)

Andrea Bordoni (Switzerland)

Dora I. Loria (Argentina)

Jaume Galceran (Spain)

Claudia Allemani (UK)

Tomohiro Matsuda (Japan)

Sabine Siesling (The Netherlands)

Hans Storm (Denmark)

Betsy Kohler (USA)

Harry Comber (Ireland)

Marion Pineros (IARC, France)

The past editions also had as Jury Members:

Christine Bouchardy (Switzerland)

Michel Camus (Canada)

Jean Michel Lutz (Switzerland)

Shyam S. Manraj (Mauritius)

Ana Miranda (Portugal)

Luc Raymond (President, Switzerland)

Hideo Tanaka (Japan)

Hideaki Tsukuma (Japan)

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