Emory IM Resident Research News

Congratulations to all #EmoryIMResidents who presented their research and abstracts in October and November.  A few highlights include:

  • Marsha Stern (MP PGY-4) presented a clinical vignette at the Association of Medicine and Psychiatry meeting in October 2016.
  • Vera Tate (MP PGY-5) presented a poster at the Association of Medicine and Psychiatry meeting in October 2016.
  • Demetria Smith wrote a case report that was accepted in the Journal of Oncology Practice.

American College of Physicians Georgia Chapter notable accomplishments

  • The Jeopardy team lead by chief resident Rich Ramonell won and will be moving to nationals in San Diego!
  • Rita Kuwahara won 3rd place in Quality Innovations (oral) and Research (oral).
  • Mamuka Machaidze won 1st place in Clinical Vignettes (poster).
  • Upasana Bagaria won 2nd place in Clinical Vignettes (poster).
  • Sujoy Phookan won 2nd place in Research Abstracts (poster).

17th annual Southern Hospital Medicine Conference notable accomplishments

  • Stump the Professor Presentation: Dustin Staloch
  • Clinical Vignettes award winners:
    • 1st Place: Amir Esmaeeli
    • 2nd Place: Thuy-Van (Tina) Pham
    • 3rd Place: Charles Terry and Eric Knott

Featured Resident Publications

  • Cardiorespiratory fitness and non-fatal cardiovascular events: A population-based follow-up study”
    Hassan Khan (PGY-3)
    Abstract
  • “Same-site submucosal tunneling for a repeat per oral endoscopic myotomy: A safe and feasible option”
    Antonios Wehbeh (PGY-3)
    Abstract

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