NINA Prize

Novelty in NOhep Activities

NOhep as a global movement which follows the elimination of viral hepatitis by 2030 tries to unite those activities in the field of hepatitis around the world. According to NOhep’s request from individuals and organizations across the world to sign-up to be part of the next greatest achievement, the elimination of viral hepatitis, Global Hepatitis Community did its best to pledge of support for this aim.

Therefore, as the important impact that creative and compassionate people have in raising public awareness about viral hepatitis, encouraging them to be more active in this field is very important. Hence, the “Novelty in NOhep Activity Prize” (NINA Prize) was elected to be presented to the top creative and active people with novel experiences in the field of educating people or treating patients. This award belongs to those designing a new activity along with NOhep’s ideals. This prize was established in 2017 by Prof. Seyed-Moayed Alavian, professor of gastroenterology and liver diseases and General Secretary of Global Hepatitis Community.

NINA Prize Winners

Dr. Masoud Ziaee

Infectious Diseases and Tropical Diseases Specialist

Professor Assistant and faculty member of Birjand University of Medical Sciences

 NINA  Prize was awarded to him for his valuable efforts in eradicating of hepatitis C in hemophilia and thalassemia patients of South Khorasan, as well as the idea of the creation of hepatitisC”s tombstone.

Mohammad Ehsan Kharamid

M.A. in Media Management at Tehran University

Cultural adviser of  general director of the Center of Kish Iceland

NINA  Prize was awarded to him for his valuable efforts in creating of NOhep international media and widespread activities in virtual spaces in order to increase community awareness about hepatitis diseases.

Sara Rezaee

Accounting Expert

Television presenter and producer

NINA  Prize was awarded to her for her valuable efforts in the advent of NOhep international and symbolic scarf as well as her widespread activities in TV shows in order to increase community awareness about hepatitis diseases.

Shamim Karimi

Doctor

NINA  Prize was awarded to the first winner of drawing and illustration contest with the theme of elimination of viral hepatitis held at the same time with Seventh Tehran Hepatitis Congress. 

Shahla Khosrowanjom

Illustrator

NINA  Prize was awarded to the second winner of drawing and illustration contest with the theme of elimination of viral hepatitis held at the same time with Seventh Tehran Hepatitis Congress. 

Hamid Ghalijari

Illustrator

NINA  Prize was awarded to the third winner of drawing and illustration contest with the theme of elimination of viral hepatitis held at the same time with Seventh Tehran Hepatitis Congress.