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6th Annual Academic Evening Highlights
Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Dinner Meeting & Poster Presentations

The Department of Anesthesiology & Pain Medicine held the 6th annual Academic Evening on Tuesday, April 30, 2013. This invitation-only event was intended to showcase departmental resident, fellow, CRNA, and junior faculty academic productivity (clinical and basic science research, case reports and education initiatives).

Winners of 6th Annual Academic Evening

  • Judy Su PhD Endowed Research Training in Anesthesia:  Nathaniel Greene, MD, Variations in Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury Outcomes in the United States
  • 1st place: Ekaterina Babaeva, BS, Alpha1a-Adrenergic Receptor Genetic Variant Triggers EGFR Transactivation in Various Cardiovascular Cells
  • 2nd place: Michael Emery, PhD, Recovery of Ventilation and Hypercapnic Sensitivity Following Morphine in Opioid-Naive and Tolerant Rats
  • 3rd place: Pascal Vuilleumier, MD, Effect of Estradiol on Pain after Egg Retrievals for IVF
  • Honorable mention:
    • Phil Morgan, MD: Glutamatergic Cell-Specific Mutations in Complex I Control Volatile Anesthetic Sensitivity
    • Agnes Stogicza, MD: Bolus Versus Continuous Infusions for Epidural Blocks: A Cadaveric Study
    • Stephen Kolwicz, PhD: Increased Triacyglycerol Synthesis in the Heart Improves Functional REcovery after Ischemia
    • Heidi Febinger, BS: CX3CR1 Deficiency Induces a Delayed Neurotoxic Response Following Traumatic Brain Injury