RESIDENT CLINICAL VIGNETTE 1. Zarir Ahmed, SLU; Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis: A Severe Clinical Presentation after a Tick Bite 2. Yan Yang, St. Luke's; All Red Eyes Are Not Cellulitis - A Rare Case of Relapsing Polychondritis 3. Puja Jadav, SLU; When Statins Attack: A Rare Case of Necrotizing Autoimmune Myositis
RESIDENT QUALITY IMPROVEMENT /PATIENT SAFETY and HIGH VALUE CARE 1. Robin Imperial, UMKC; Improving rate of screening mammograms completed at TMC-HH clinics 2. Varun Halani, St. Mary's; "Sugar Talks" Resident Driven Telecommunication in Diabetic Care 3. Sundas Abbas, St. Mary's; Implementing a Quality Improvement Approach to Build a Low-Cost, Time Effective Diabeted Education Tool
RESIDENT RESEARCH 1. Joseph Rimando, Wash U; DRB1 and DQB1 Epitope Mismatch Are Associated with Delayed Neutrophil and Platelet Engraftment, Respectively, in Peripheral Blood T-Cell Replete Haploidentical Hematopoietic Cell Transplantation 2. Margaret Meier, St. Luke's; Reducing Contrast Induced Nephropathy in Patients Undergoing Percutaneous Coronary Intervention 3. Jacob Hayden, MU; Western Diet Induced Obesity Increases Oxidative Stress in the Heart by Impairing the Nrf2 Antioxidant Response Pathway
The Missouri Chapter of the ACP will have its annual Residents Poster Contest at 1pm Saturday, Sept 21, 2019 at Tan Tar A. We have room for 90 Resident posters.
Below is the maximum number of posters each program may submit on or before 5pm August 10. All entries are to be submitted to your Residency Program Director who will submit the program's allotted entries to the Missouri ACP Poster Contest. If you are interested, please speak with your Program Director. Individual submissions are not accepted. All submissions are by Missouri IM residency programs only. Submissions not focused on Internal Medicine or IM subspecialty will not be accepted.
STUDENT CLINICAL VIGNETTE 1. Cheuk Ho Jeffrey Choi, Wash U; A stressful stress test: Takotsubo cardiomyopathy as a rare complication of exercise treadmill testing 2. Kai Jones, Wash U; Proteus mirabilis Periesophageal Abscess Presenting as Progressive Dysphagia and Weight Loss 3. Krista Dollar, SLU; Rare Myxoid Liposarcoma with Brain Metastasis STUDENT RESEARCH 1. Meng'ou (Mary) Zhu, Wash U; Mutant U2AF1(Q157P) Expression Alters Pre-mRNA Splicing and Hematopoiesis 2. Samuel Yu, SLU; IL-28A induces gastric epithelial atrophy, a critical step in gastric carcinogenesis 3. Sarah Speck, Wash U; Impaired APT1-Driven Fibronectin Matrix Remodeling Contributes to Diabetic Vascular Disease
The Missouri Chapter of the ACP will have its annual Student Poster Contest at 1pm Saturday, Sept. 21, 2019 at Tan Tar A. We have room for 20 Student posters.
Entries are only accepted from Clerkship Directors who will submit the school's allotted entries to the Missouri ACP Poster Contest. If you are interested, please speak with your Clerkship Director. Individual submissions not submitted by a Clerkship Director will not be accepted. All poster presenters must be members of the Missouri Chapter of the ACP which means the member's mailing address needs to be in Missouri or the member has notified ACP of their wish to be a member of the Missouri Chapter with an out-of-state address. We will decline entries from non-members who may be ACP members in another state. Submissions not focused on Internal Medicine or IM subspecialty will not be accepted.