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Fellows-in-Training Research Symposium  

Friday, March 18, 2016, 1:30-3:00pm, Concurrent Sessions

The ACMT Fellows-in-Training Research Symposium is an integral part of the ACMT Annual Scientific Meeting. Each Fellow-in-Training who participates will be given 10 minutes for an oral presentation that should ideally emphasize the crafting of the study hypothesis and the proposed study methodology, data collection, and analytic techniques of a research proposal. Each presentation will be made in the presence of senior medical toxicology faculty for constructive comments and feedback. This session hopes to offer the Fellow-in-Training valuable insight that could strengthen their proposed research project.

The Research Symposium offers many benefits to the trainee including:

  • Valuable public speaking experience
  • Reputation-building and networking among peers and prospective employers
  • Constructive critique of research ideas and methodology
  • Exposure to other creative research processes
Moderators:
  • Louise Kao, MD
  • Russ Kerns, MD
  • Eric Lavonas, MD
  • Michael Levine, MD
  • Dan Rusyniak, MD
  • Sam Stellpflug, MD

Session I
Location: Grand Ballroom

 
To study the efficacy and adverse reactions of using polyvalent snake antivenom in all kinds of snakebites in Oman.
Nadia AL Hajri, MD
Second Year Fellow, Emory University
Atlanta, GA
 
Physostigmine is an effective antidote for the anticholinergic toxidrome
Sean Boley, MD
First Year Fellow, Hennepin Regional Poison Center
Saint Paul, MO
 
L-carnitine for treatment of valproic acid overdose: An instrumental variable analysis
James Chenoweth, MD
Third Year Fellow, University of California - Davis
Sacramento, CA
 
David Liss, MD
First Year Fellow, Washington University School of Medicine
St. Louis, MO

Session II
Location: Pacific Room B

Naloxone Distribution Patterns in Patients with a History of Injection Drug Use
Peter Chai, MD
Second Year Fellow, University of Massachusetts
Worcester, MA
 
Matthew Griswold, MD
First Year Fellow, University of Massachusetts
Worcester, MA
 
First Year Fellow, New York University School of Medicine
New York, NY
 
Morgan Riggan, MD
First Year Fellow, New York University School of Medicine
New York, NY