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Medical Student Summer Research Participants Win Big at Research Day 2019

Medical Student Summer Research Participants Win Big at Research Day 2019

The Medical Student Summer Research Program (MSSRP) has a long history at MCW. The MCW Medical Student and Summer Research Program has been relaunched and renamed as the “Summer Academic programs for Medical Students” or SAMS for short (P is silent). We will retain the MSSRP designation exclusively for research carried out by medical students over the Summer and academic year.

Congratulations to the eleven medical student summer research fellows who were selected from a group of 140 presenters as the top eleven winners of the Dr. Michael J. Dunn Poster Contest Awards, which was held in conjunction with the October 3rd Medical Student Research Day Poster Session. The posters were scored on originality and innovativeness, experimental design and methodology, results and conclusions, and overall impression. Each awardee received a $500 prize.

All posters were well done. There were 99 posters that entered the competition, of which 18 were designated in basic science category, and 81 posters were in the clinical science category. A total of 11 awards (1 basic science and 10 clinical science) were chosen based on the scores from the reviewers.

Please join CTSI in congratulating the eleven medical students who will receive the Dr. Michael J. Dunn Poster Contest Award.

Winners

Student’s NamePreceptor’s NameDepartmentProject TitlePoster Category
Esha AfreenErika Peterson, MDObstetrics and GynecologyState Law Designed to Decrease Postoperative Opioid Prescriptions: Is it Best for the Patient?Clinical Science
Max AlbieroJanelle Cross, PhDOrthopaedic SurgeryEnergy Flow Analysis of Professional and Collegiate Baseball PitchersClinical Science
Luise CalderonGeoffrey Lamb, MDMedicineQualitative Analysis of 72-Hour ReadmissionsClinical Science
Kevin CredilleSean Lew, MDNeurosurgeryPresurgical prediction of language lateralization in pediatric epilepsy patients using Wada and fMRIClinical Science
Leilani HernandezJoan Neuner, MDMedicineFactors Associated with Adjuvant Chemotherapy Dose Reduction in High-Risk Breast CancerClinical Science
Katlyn MayerThomas Grawey, DOEmergency MedicineFactors Associated with Patient Safety Events in Prehospital MedicineClinical Science
Kaitlyn McQuadeTom Aufderheide, MDEmergency MedicineImpact of Continuous Quality Improvement on Out-of-Hospital Cardiopulmonary ResuscitationClinical Science
Joanna ObaoyeLeonard Egede, MD, MSMedicineAssessing the Relationship between Lifetime, Daily, and Chronic Job Discrimination and Mortality in a Nationally Representative Sample of AdultsClinical Science
Michellai ParksLisa Zetley, MDPediatricsHousing Instability among Families and Caregivers of Children in Foster CareClinical Science
Nicole RademacherLiliana Pezzin, PhD, JDMedicineAn evaluation of NY's surgical breast cancer treatment regionalization policy: a strategy to reduce SES disparities?Clinical Science
Armaan ZareAmadou Camara, PhDAnesthesiologyDelayed Pathophysiology of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: The Diminished Role of Ca2+ Buffering Capacity of Cerebral MitochondriaBasic Science
Front row: Katlyn Mayer, Leilani Hernandez, Kaitlyn McQuade and Esha Afreen Second row: Joanna Obaoye, Luise Calderon, Nicole Rademacher, and Michellai Parks Third row: Armaan Zare, Max Albiero, and Kevin Credille

Front row: Katlyn Mayer, Leilani Hernandez, Kaitlyn McQuade and Esha Afreen
Second row: Joanna Obaoye, Luise Calderon, Nicole Rademacher, and Michellai Parks
Third row: Armaan Zare, Max Albiero, and Kevin Credille



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