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TECHNOTOX: The Intersection of Technology & Toxicology

March 28-30, 2014, Arizona Biltmore Resort, Phoenix, AZ

Day 3 - Web-based Syllabus

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Sunday, March 30, 2014

General Session: Flagstaff/Mesa Ballroom in the Conference Center at the Arizona Biltmore Resort.
Poster Session & Stimulus Room: Casa Grande Ballroom, adjacent the Flagstaff/Mesa Ballroom.
Breakout Workshops & Committee Meeting: Cameron, Prescott and Sedona Rooms in the Conference Center and the Arizona History Room located on the 2nd floor, elevator main lobby.
 
8:00-9:00am ACMT Business Meeting  
9:00-10:00am
Platform Session 3
Moderators: Kristen Engebretsen, PharmD; Anthony Pizon, MD FACMT

Survival of Swine with Nifedipine Toxicity Treated with Methylene Blue
Christina M Murphy, MD
Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, NC

Incidence and Outcomes of Adult Cardiac Arrest Associated with Toxic Exposure Treated with Therapeutic Hypothermia (ToxiCool)
Katharine L. Modisett, MD
Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, NC

The Use of Physostigmine by Toxicologists in Anticholinergic Toxicity
J. Wesley Watkins, MD
Washington University, St. Louis, MO

Effects of Calcium Channel Blocker Poisoning Interventions: A Systematic Review
Maude St-Onge, MD
University of Toronto, Ontario Poison Centre, Toronto, ON, Canada

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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10:00-11:00am
Poster Session 2: Authors with Posters
Moderator: Kurt Kleinschmidt, MD, FACMT
 
Stimulus Room - VizQuiz Answer Sheet
 
10:45-11:00am Break  
11:00-11:30am
Novel Applications of Mobile Technology to Measure and Change Behavior
Edward W. Boyer, MD, FACMT, University of Massachusetts, Worcester, MA
 
Learning Objectives:
  • Develop an understanding of the range of mobile devices that can be used to measure behavior.
  • Develop an understanding of the range of mobile interventions that can be used to change behavior.
  • Develop an understanding of the methods to minimize engineer requirements for mobile interventions.
 
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11:30-12:00pm
Toxicogenomics and Adverse Drug Reactions/Toxicity
Andrew Monte, MD, University of Colorado, Aurora, CO
 
Learning Objectives:
  • Review polymorphisms associated with increased/decreased drug toxicity.
  • Review the limitations of toxicogenomics in predicting drug toxicity.
  • Discuss the future of translational toxicogenomics.
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12:00-12:30pm
Hemodialysis: EXTRIP Updates
Paul I. Dargan, MBBS, FACMT, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK
 
Learning Objectives:
  • Discuss controversies in the use of dialysis for lithium toxicity.
  • Provide updates on the objectives and activities of the EXTRIP working group.
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Speaker and Organizer Biosketches 

Boyer Dr. Edward Boyer is a Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Massachusetts Medical School Department of Emergency Medicine. He is the director of Toxicology and former Director of the Toxicology Fellowship in the Department of Emergency Medicine. Dr. Boyer is a graduate of the Fellowship in Toxicology and Clinical Pharmacology at the Children's Hospital in Boston, MA. He is a graduate of the Emergency Medicine Residency of the University of Pennsylvania and received his MD from Columbia University School of Medicine. He also has a PhD in synthetic organic chemistry from Columbia University. He was a NIH postdoctoral fellow in protein design at The Rockefeller University. Dr. Boyer's research interests include: artificial intelligence approaches to predicting human behavior, combinatorial interventions for HIV treatment and substance abuse and identifying real-time drug use in natural environments.
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Dr. Paul I. Dargan is a Consultant Physician and Clinical Toxicologist and Clinical Director at Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK. He is also a Reader in Toxicology at King's College London. He has an active research and teaching programme with a focus on recreational drug toxicity, self-poisoning and heavy metal toxicity. He has published over 180 peer-reviewed papers and numerous book chapters. He sits on the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs (ACMD) and the Scientific Committee of the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drugs Addiction EMCDDA). He is an expert adviser to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the World Health Organisation (WHO).

 Modisett_125.jpg Dr. Katharine L. Modisett is a chief resident in Emergency Medicine at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, NC. She received her BA and BS from Tulane University in New Orleans, LA and completed medical school at Georgetown University in Washington, DC. In July 2014, Dr. Modisett will begin a 2 year Critical Care Medicine fellowship at Washington Hospital Center in Washington, DC.
 Monte125.jpg Andrew A. Monte, MD
Assistant Professor
Emergency Medicine & Medical Toxicology
Departments of Emergency Medicine & Pharmaceutical Sciences
University of Colorado Denver-Anschutz Medical Center
Aurora, CO
Murphy125w.jpeg Dr. Christine Murphy received her BS and MA degrees in Chemistry from the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia.  She completed both medical school and her Emergency Medicine residency at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia.  She rounded out her post-graduate work with completion of a Medical Toxicology fellowship in Charlotte, North Carolina.  Currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Emergency of Medicine and Division of Clinical Toxicology at Virginia Commonwealth University, she routinely teaches residents from all specialties, pharmacy students, and pharmacy residents.  She specifically enjoys the field of Pediatric Toxicology.  Research interests currently include new antidotes and recreational drugs of abuse, specifically “bath salts” products.
 St-Onge125.jpg Dr. Maude St-Onge is a fellow in clinical pharmacology and toxicology at the University of Toronto (Ontario & Manitoba Poison Centre). She is double board certified in emergency medicine and critical care medicine. She works as an intensivist for the Department of Critical Care Medicine at the Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre. She is also completing a PhD in medical sciences at the University of Toronto. Her thesis concerns the development of evidence-based clinical practice guidelines in acute care toxicology, more specifically for the treatment of calcium channel blocker poisoning.
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Dr. J. Wesley Watkins is currently a third year resident in Emergency Medicine at Washington University in St Louis.  He received his undergraduate degree from Duke University and attended medical school at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.