Dean's GSM Awards
Dean Awards Exceptional Resident Research
Dean James J. Neutens, PhD, presented awards to residents who participated in the Graduate School of Medicine and Academy of Scholars Committee Resident Research Day. Residents were judged on their poster, research and a three-minute presentation. Resident Research Day is coordinated by William Metheny, PhD, Assistant Dean, Graduate Medical and Dental Education.
First place: Joe Mobley, III, MD
"Complications Following the Use of the Dornier Compact Delta Electromagnetic Lithotriptor: Clavien Classifications"
Contributors: Adam Stewart, MD; Frederick Klein, MD; Wesley White, MD
Second place: Jujhar Bains, MD
"Investigation of Time to Reperfusion in Rural Patients with ST Elevation MI Treated By PCI: The Impact of Transfer Strategy"
Contributors: Dale Wortham, MD; Sue Toberman, RN; Chris Brooks, MD; Eric Heidel, MS; Stuart Bresee, MD
Third place: John Basile, DMD
"The Role of Surgical Resection in the Management of Bisphosphonate-Related Osteonecrosis of the Jaws"
Mentor: Eric Carlson, DMD, MD
Special Recognition Award for Research:
"Blunt Aortic Injury—An Ex Vivo Model"
Contributors: Daniel Alterman, MD; Brian Daley, MD, FACS
"Serum Levels of Matrix Metalloproteinase-2 as a Marker of Intimal Hyperplasia"
Contributors: Deidra Mountain, PhD; Stacy Kirkpatrick; David Cassada, MD; Scott Stevens, MD; Michael Freeman, MD; Mitchell Goldman, MD; Oscar Grandas, MD
Best Case Presentation
"Therapeutic Hypothermia after Brain Injury and Cardiac Arrest: A Case Study"
Contributor: Daphne Norwood, MD, MPH
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