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Passport 2014: Basic and Clinical Research, Quality Improvement, and Patient Safety

Medical Student Research Day was rebranded in 2014 to reflect a partnership with the Office of Graduate Medical Education (GME). As a result, 66 posters were presented at Passport 2014, and we look forward to even more submissions in the coming years. The Dean's Office would like to congratulate all participants in this year's poster fair. Winners in each category were as follows:

 

PLACE

NAME

YEAR

MENTOR

DEPARTMENT

TITLE OF POSTER

First

David Melton

GS4

Paula Shireman, MD

Surgery

miR-9 Promotes and Regulates Macrophage Polarization

First

Jason Rocha

MS4

Leon Kundrotas, MD

Gastroenterology, VA Hospital

In Vivo Diagnosis of Colorectal Polyps by GI Endoscopists using HD Narrow-Band Imaging

Second

Nancy Glober

MS4

Murat Digicaylioglu, MD, PhD

Neurosurgery

Aquaporin 4 in Edema After TBI: Expression, Regulation, and Treatment

Third

Karl Janich

MS3

Murat Digicaylioglu, MD, PhD

Neurosurgery

Potential Micro-RNA Regulation of Water Homeostasis in Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury

Honorable Mention

Erin Foster

MS2

David A. Katerndahl, MD, MA

Family & Community Medicine

"It Takes Two to Fight:" Coping with Intimate Partner Violence

Honorable Mention

Christopher Lam

MS1

Louise O’Donnell, Ph.D.

Psychiatry

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Health in Medical Education: A Review of the Literature

Honorable Mention

Roy Liu

MS2

Adam Salmon, PhD

Barshop/Molecular Medicine

The Role of Oxidative Stress as a Factor in Age-Related Adipose Tissue Dysfunction