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Fellows-in-Training Research Symposium  

Friday, March 27, 2015, 4:30-6:00pm, 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

SESSION I
Water's Edge A
Moderators: TBA

 
Identifying illicit drugs of abuse in electronic dance music festival attendees using wastewater analysis
Ann Arens, MD
First Year Fellow, University of California - San Francisco
San Francisco, CA
 
Levosimendan for treatment of calcium channel blocker overdose.
Hallam Gugelmann, MD
Second Year Fellow, University of California - San Francisco
San Francisco, CA
 
Xenobiotics associated with hallucinations: A 12-year review of California Poison Control System data
Hallam Gugelmann, MD
Second Year Fellow, University of California - San Francisco
San Francisco, CA
 
The cost of acetaminophen poisoning over time.
Hallam Gugelmann, MD
Second Year Fellow, University of California - San Francisco
San Francisco, CA
 
iNarx: Identifying opioid overdose clusters through naloxone geocoding
Katherine Boyle, MD
Second Year Fellow, University of Massachusetts
Worcester, MA
 
Using Google Glass as an Adjunct for Toxicology Consults
Peter Chai, MD
First Year Fellow, University of Massachusetts
Worcester, MA
 

SESSION II 
Water's Edge C
Moderators: TBA

Prospective Evaluation of Short Course of IV N-acetylcysteine for the Treatment of Delayed Presentation of Acute and Chronic Acetaminophen Poisoning
Will Heise, MD
PGY5, Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center
Phoenix, AZ
 
Does calcium channel blocker poisoning result in significant echocardiographic myocardial depression?
Meghan Spyres, MD
First Year Fellow, Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center
Phoenix, AZ
 
Outcomes following acetaminophen-induced liver failure: a comparison of transplantation to supportive care.
Meghan Spyres, MD
First Year Fellow, Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center
Phoenix, AZ
 
Socioeconomic stratification of callers to a regional poison center: What size are the holes in our net?
Travis Olives
First Year Fellow, HealthPartners Medical Toxicology Education & Clinical Services
St. Paul, MN
 
Surrogates for cerebral perfusion in a swine model of calcium channel antagonist toxic cardiogenic shock
Travis Olives, MD
First Year Fellow, HealthPartners Medical Toxicology Education & Clinical Services
St. Paul, MN
 
Efficacy of methylene blue in the treatment of calcium channel antagonist overdose in a porcine model
Jenna Leroy, MD
First Year Fellow, HealthPartners Medical Toxicology Education & Clinical Services
St. Paul, MN