4th Annual Research Trainee Competition

May 3, 2016 by School of Medicine Webmaster   |   Leave a Comment

Date: Thursday May 5, 2016
Time: 1:00 AM until AM

The Fourth Annual Research Trainee Competition featuring Platform Presentations by fellows, residents and other trainees will be held on Thursday, May 5. Below is a listing of the Schedule of Presentations for the Research Competition:

Schedule of Presentations for Research Competition

1:00 Opening Remarks: Vicky Norwood

1:05 Maria Florencia Martinez
Super-Enhancers in the renin cell

1:20 Matthew W. Harer
Acute Kidney injury in the NICU is a risk factor for developing chronic kidney disease in childhood.

1:35 Masafumi Oka
Renin cells contribute to vascular pathology in renin deficient mice

1:50 Erika Rhone
Genomic-derived markers to identify calcineurin inhibitor nephrotoxicity in pediatric kidney transplant recipients

2:05 Evan A Rajadhyaksha
Eosinophil mediators in nasal washes obtained during experimental infections with rhinovirus-16 in subjects with and without asthma

2:20 Hiwot M Abate
Is the duration of nephrogenesis compromised by premature birth in mice?

2:35 Sarah Miller
Low birth weight associated with poor executive function skills in US children entering kindergarten

2:50 Laura A Gonyar
Serum elicits a massive increase in production, secretion, and release of Bordetella adenylate cyclase toxin

3:05 Katheryn Frazier
Validation and Feasibility of the Pediatric Evaluation of Disability Inventory-Computer Adapted Test (PEDI-CAT) in a cerebral palsy clinic.

3:20 Dibya Subedi
Developmental Trajectories in children with prolonged NICU stays

3:35 Joseph Mechak
The effects of Prematurity on Survivability in patients with hypoplastic left heart syndrome.

3:50 Alice Hoyt
Changes in total and food allergen-specific IgE in children with food allergy following childhood vaccines.

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