“Many of us enjoyed a busy weekend at the Missouri ACP meeting at the Lake of the Ozarks. Next week I will send out a link to some photos.
Student Hari Raman W4 was presented with the ACP Clerkship Award and Eunhye Oak W3 was presented with the ACP Physical Diagnosis Award.
The Doctor’s Dilemma team of Taylor Geisman, Aisling Doyle and Andrew Jallouk (coached by Jonas Noe, Stephanie Velloze and Emily Fondahn) WON the state competition for the 3rd year in a row. They will go to the national ACP competition next April in Philadelphia.
Almost two dozen residents and students presented posters (full list is below) and we had multiple winners:
- Student Research – 1st PLACE – Mary Meng’ou Zhu W2 – Mutant U2AF1(Q157P) Expression Alters Pre-mRNA Splicing and Hematopoiesis
- Student Research – 3rd PLACE – Sarah Speck W2 – Impaired APT1-Driven Fibronectin Matrix Remodeling Contributes to Diabetic Vascular Disease
- Student Clinical Vignette – 1st PLACE – Jeffrey Cheuk Ho Choi W4 – A stressful stress test: Takotsubo cardiomyopathy as a rare complication of exercise treadmill testing
- Student Clinical Vignette – 2nd PLACE – Kai Jones W4 – Proteus mirabilis Periesophageal Abscess Presenting as Progressive Dysphagia and Weight Loss
- Resident Research – 1st PLACE – Joseph Rimando – DRB1 and DQB1 Epitope Mismatch Are Associated with Delayed Neutrophil and Platelet Engraftment, Respectively, in Peripheral Blood T-Cell Replete Haploidentical Hematopoietic Cell Transplantation
Everyone represented Washington University well, both personally and professionally, and we are so proud of your work!
Please plan to join us for next year’s meeting: September 19-22, 2019.”—Megan E. Wren, MD. Associate Professor, Medicine. Associate Program Director, Division of Medical Education. Course Master, Practice of Medicine II