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2014OpenMic175w.jpgFellows-in-Training Open Mic Session

Friday March 28, 2014, 12:45-2:15pm
Flagstaff / Mesa Ballroom

 

 

The Fellows-in-Training Open Mic Session will offer medical toxicology fellows-in-training the opportunity to give a lecture in a national forum where seasoned speakers can subsequently offer insight on both content and delivery. This year, we are continuing the exciting Ignite® format. Presentations will be 5 minutes. Each presentation will have this format:

  • 20 slides
  • 15 seconds per slide
  • Slides automatically advance after 15 seconds

This format will create exciting, fast, presentations with sharp, concise messages on an array of topics relevant to medical toxicology. Additionally, it will be an opportunity to challenge speakers in a fun environment among their colleagues. 

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

Presentations

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

 

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

 

Myth Busters- Intravenous Lipid Emulsion Edition
Stephanie Carreiro, MD
First Year Fellow, University of Massachusetts Medical School
Worcester, MA 

 

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

 

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 

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Industrial Revelations
Scott Lucyk, MD
First Year Fellow, New York University / New York City Poison Control Center
New York, NY

 

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

 

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