Congratulations 2019 MOA Autumn SRE Winners!

RubinFirst Place
Towards Automated Structured Reporting of Thyroid Ultrasound to Reduce Fine Needle Aspirations in Thyroid Cancer
Sydney Rubin, MSU; Joseph Adams, MSU; Joseph Cox, MSU; Carina Pereira, UW; Manjiri Dighe, UW; Bruce Wolf, MSU; Adam Alessio, MSU
Mancine GusfaSecond Place
Creating and Validating the Disordered Eating Screen for Athletes (DESA-6): A Proposed Screening Tool
Ryley Mancine OMS-II1 , Donald Gusfa OMS-II1 , Samantha Kennedy D.O.1; 1 - Department of Psychiatry, Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, 909 Fee Road, East Lansing, MI
RohloffThird Place
The Ureteral Calculi Urinary Culture (UCUC) Calculator: A Prospective Internal Validation
Matthew Rohloff, DO; Elizabeth Lojewski, DO; Metro Health: University of Michigan HealthKenneth Shockley, DO; Metro Health: University of Michigan HealthThomas Maatman, DO; Metro Health: University of Michigan Health


MSUCOM DO-PhD Award
Enteric Glial Type 1 Lysophosphatidic Acid Receptor Modulates Excitability of the Enteric Nervous System
Mohammad Mustafa Ahmadzai, College of Osteopathic Medicine, Michigan State University; DO/PhD Program, Michigan State University; Roberto De Giorgio, Dept. of Medical Sciences, University of Ferrara, Ferrara, Italy; Brian Gulbransen, Neuroscience Program, Michigan State University, USA

Miscellaneous
Polycythemia Vera: An Unusual Cause of Heart Failure
Anila Rao D.O., McLaren Macomb Medical Center, Mt. Clemens, MI; Edward Chi D.O., McLaren Macomb Medical Center, Mt. Clemens, MI; Lakshmi Rao D.O., Beaumont Hospital, Farmington Hills, MI; Vasim Lala D.O., McLaren Macomb Medical Center, Mt. Clemens, MI; Dheeraj Thammineni, M.D. McLaren Macomb Medical Center, Mt. Clemens, MI

Thank you to all of the participants for making the Autumn Scientific Research Exhibit competition such an outstanding event. Special thanks to all of the judges who volunteered their time and took on the unenviable task of choosing winners from the amazing group of talent assembled for this year's competition.    


 

MOA Spring Scientific Research Exhibit

Friday, May 17, 2019

 Special "Thanks!" to all of the SRE presenters who took time from their busy schedules and the judges who not only have busy schedules, but had the unenviable task of choosing winners from an amazing amount of talent.

 2019 Scientific Research Exhibit Categories

Oral Presentations
 Case $500
 Research $500
Poster Presentations
 Lawrence J. Abramson, D.O. Award - Poster Clinical Research First Place - $1000
 Poster Clinical Research Second Place - $500
 Poster Clinical Research Third Place - $250
 Poster Case Presentation - $250
 MSUCOM D.O./PhD Basic Research - $500

 2019 Spring Scientific Research Exhibit Winners

FIRST PLACE #54
Predicting Outcomes of Patients with Gastrointestinal Illness with the Aid of Artificial Intelligence
Brian Nohomovich1 2, Nathaniel Hawkins3, Arjun Krishnan3 4, Shannon D. Manning1
1 Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, 2 College of Osteopathic Medicine, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA, 3 Department of Computation Mathematics, Science and Engineering, 4 Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

SECOND PLACE #48

Race and Sex Differences in the Development and Severity of Post-Stroke Pain and the Impact on Function
Kent Simmonds, DO/Ph.D. Student (OMS 3), Mathew Reeves, PhD, Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine Epidemiology and Biostatistics

THIRD PLACE #53

In-Patient Length of Stay Post Large Vessel Occlusion in Patients Treated with Intravascular and Mechanical Thrombectomy 
Mohamad Fayad DO, Judith Boura MS, Aaron Ellenbogen DO Ascension Macomb-Oakland Neurology Residency Program

MSUCOM PHD/DO #47

Enteric Glial Cells Exhibit Reduced Expression of Lysophosdhatidic Acid Receptor in Chronic Intestinal Pseudo-Obstruction
Mohammad Mustafa Ahmadzai, DO/PhD Program, Michigan State University; Roberto De Giorgio, St. Orsola-Malpighi Hospital and University of Ferrara, Ferrara, Italy; Brian Gulbransen, Department of Neuroscience, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

ORAL RESEARCH #56

Enteric Glial MHC II Contributes to T-Lymphocyte Activation in LPS Stimulation C
AK Chow1, BD Gulbransen1,2. 1. Department of Physiology, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA 2. Neuroscience Program, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA; Brian D. Gulbransen, PhD, Neuroscience Program, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, Department of Physiology, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

ORAL CASE #61

Abscopal Effect after Radiosurgery for Solitary Brain Metastasis from Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer
Andrew Hamilton, D.O., Jerome Seid, M.D., Kyle Verdecchia, Ph.D.,Paul Chuba, M.D., Ph.D., F.A.C.R. Department of Radiation Oncology Ascension Macomb-Oakland Hospital, Warren, MI 

CASE REPORT #5

A Rare Case of a “Broken-Heart” Causing Papillary Muscle Rupture 
Anila Rao, DO1,3; Vasim Lala, DO1,2; Don Tait, DO1,3,Vivek Sengupta DO1,2; M. Blair DeYoung, DO4
1Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, East Lansing, MI. 
2McLaren Macomb Medical Center, Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship Program, Mt. Clemens, MI. 
3McLaren Macomb Medical Center, Internal Medicine Residency Program, Mt. Clemens, MI. 4Cardiovascular Medicine Department, McLaren Macomb Medical Center, Mt. Clemens, MI.

HONORABLE MENTION #34

Cement Pulmonary Embolisms: Two Case Studies on an Underreported Adverse Event
Amanda Provost, OMSIII1, Batoul Aoun, OMSIV2, Ibrahim Haidar-Ahmad, DO3, Abdulrazak Alchakaki, MD4
1Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine – East Lansing, MI
2Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine – Erie, PA
3Beaumont Health Department of Internal Medicine – Trenton, MI
4Beaumont Health Department of Pulmonology – Trenton, MI

HONORABLE MENTION

Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease #24
Viet H. Le, DO, MS, Department of Neurology, Garden City Hospital; Anne Pawlak, DO

 


 The Andy Taylor Still Achievement Award - The Andy

Andrew Taylor Still Achievement Award may be presented to an outstanding exhibit during the MOA spring convention only. The ANDY Award, which Andy Awardincludes an exquisitely carved crystal piece and a $1500 cash prize, is not awarded every year. Only those who best reflect the principles of osteopathic medicine with their research exhibit will receive the award. ANDY Award winners are:

Past Winners of the Andy Award
2013: Shane R. Sergent, D.O., Lorenzo Lim, Travis Gordon, Katelyn Wiseman, Becky Bajoka, John Hawkins, Kenny Briceno, M.D., Hailey Wouters, Joe Simon, Lucan Chatterley, Sophia Johnson, Nathan Lowe, Laura Favazza, Afshan Khan, Alvin Vargas, Andrew Schrotenboe, Felipe Cameroamortegui, Pam Castro, Alec Ludwig, Shaina Park, Brent Keaner, Bradley Davis, Tarana Nekzad – Transcending the International Osteopathic Identity: Cross-sectional Analysis of Osteopathic Principles and Practices in Peru

2007: Scott Fannin, D.O. – Marketing a Local Osteopathic Brand via the World Wide Web

2006: Heather Lake, D.O., Rob Wall, D.O., Loai Marouf, D.O., and Chris Buatti, D.O. – Guatemala Medical Research Project

1999: Lisa Vredevoogd, D.O., Mark Notman, PhD, Martin Hogan, PhD, and William Johnston, D.O. – The Michigan Osteopathic Research Network: A Feasibility Study

1997: Rick Hallgren, PhD – Computer-controlled, interactive learning resources that are available on MSUCOM’s website

1995: Edward Loniewski, D.O., Joseph Williams, D.O., Anthony Bahu, D.O., and Rob Schafina, D.O. – The Effectiveness of Osteopathic Manipulative Therapy after Hip or Knee Arthoplasty

1993: Frank Paul, D.O. – The Effects of Osteopathic Manipulation on Post-Op Hysterectomy