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Fellows-in-Training Open Mic Session

 

 

The Fellows-in-Training Open Mic Session at the ACMT 2014 Annual Scientific Meeting offered medical toxicology fellows-in-training the opportunity to give a lecture in a national forum where seasoned speakers offered insight on both content and delivery. Presentations, in Ignite® format, were limited to 5 minutes and used the following guidelines:

  • 20 slides
  • 15 seconds per slide
  • Slides automatically advance after 15 seconds 
We are pleased to offer recordings of these presentations free of charge.

Moderators:  Andrew I. Stolbach, MD, FACMT; Howard A. Greller, MD, FACMT; Trevonne Thompson, MD, FACMT 

  


The Wizarding World of Harry Potter
Rana Biary, MD, Second Year Fellow, New York University/New York City Poison Control Center, New York, NY

Dr. Rana Biary explains how the worlds of Harry Potter and plant toxicology intersect.
 
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Overcoming Barriers: Strategies for Effective Communication and Negotiation as a Telephone Consultant
Katherine Boyle, MD, First Year Fellow, University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA

Dr. Katie Boyle teaches how medical consultants can apply a five simple negotiation principles to improving patient care.
 
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Myth Busters - Intravenous Lipid Emulsion Edition
Stephanie Carreiro, MD, First Year Fellow, University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA

Dr. Stephanie Carreiro explores myths around the use of lipid emulsion therapy.

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The Role of the Translocator Protein in Drug Toxicity
Nicholas Connors, MD, Second Year Fellow, New York University/New York City Poison Control Center, New York, NY

Pasta explains the world. Dr. Nick Connors teaches how benzodiazepines may treat mitochondrial injury from infarction.
 
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Deadly Environmental Toxin, or Media Hype? Deciphering a Potential Poisoning in the News
Lynn Farrugia, MD, First Year Fellow, University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA

Hollywood, hair testing, and heavy metals. Dr. Lynn Farrugia teaches about media hype and hair testing for metals.

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So You've Been Exposed to a Toxin - Now What? A Brief Primer on Groundwater Chemical Contamination and Risk Communication Strategies
JoAn Laes, MD, Second Year Fellow, Regions Hospital/Hennepin Regional Poison Center, St. Paul, MN

Dr. Laes uses the example of groundwater contamination to teach how we can apply risk communication strategies to inform our patients and the public.

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Zombies
Gregory LaSala, MD, First Year Fellow, Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA

Are zombies really just poison victims? Dr. Gregory Lasala explores the connection between toxins and the undead.
 
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Syria, Sarin and the Internet: Chemical Warfare in Your Inbox
Larissa Laskowski, MD, First Year Fellow, New York University/New York City Poison Control Center, New York, NY

Toxicologists help identify a chemical weapons attack from a distance.  Larissa Laskowski teaches how we can apply our knowledge to make real change from afar.

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To Publish or Perish... Scientists Who Were Their Own Guinea Pigs!
Annette Lopez, MD, Second Year Fellow, Oregon Health & Sciences University, Portland, OR

Dr. Annette Lopez shares stories about scientists who dared to experiment on themselves.
 
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Industrial Revelations
Scott Lucyk, MD, First Year Fellow, New York University/New York City Poison Control Center, New York, NY

Dr. Scott Lucyk gives a quick history lesson on the connection between industrialization and poisoning.

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It's Time to Join the FOAM Party
Vincent Nguyen, MD, First Year Fellow, New York University/New York City Poison Control Center, New York, NY

The revolution will not be peer reviewed! Dr. Vincent Nguyen explains how Free Open Access Medical education is bypassing traditional scientific journals and attempting to change the world.

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Botulism: From Food-borne to Iatrogenicity
Sahaphume Srisuma, MD, First Year Fellow, Rocky Mountain Poison and Drug Center, Denver, CO

Beauty aid, poison, or both? Dr. Sahaphume Srisuma teaches the toxicology of botulinum toxin.
 
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