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2018 ACMT Annual Scientific Meeting
FIT MedTox Shark Tank Research Forum

 
The ACMT Fellows-in-Training (FIT) MedTox Shark Tank Research Forum is an opportunity for fellows to obtain expert input during the formative stage of their research projects. During the MedTox Shark Tank Session, Fellows will be given 10 minutes for an oral presentation that emphasizes the crafting of a study hypothesis, proposed study methodology, data collection, analytic techniques, and budget. The presentations will be made to a panel of senior medical toxicology faculty in an environment geared towards constructive comments and feedback. The panel will select the top two presentations and award each $1500 towards travel to present their research results at either the 2019 or 2020 ACMT Annual Scientific Meeting. The overall goal of the forum is to offer the Fellow-in-Training valuable insight that could strengthen his or her proposed research project.
 
The MedTox Shark Tank FIT Research Forum provides many benefits to the trainee including:
  • Public speaking experience 
  • Constructive critique of research ideas and methodology 
  • Exposure to other creative research ideas
  • Networking among peers and prospective employers
  • Presentation is a justifiable addition to an academic curriculum vitae
  • Opportunity for travel funding to return to the 2019 or 2020 ACMT Annual Scientific Meeting to present research results
Where & When
Friday, April 6 from 1:30-3:30pm in the main conference room
 

Presentations

Bridging Patients from Oral to Intramuscular Naltrexone After Near-Fatal Overdose
Evan Bradley, MD
First-Year Fellow, University of Massachusetts Medical School

Measurement of QTc Interval Before and After Inpatient Azithromycin Treatment
Maricel Dela Cruz, DO
First-Year Fellow, Drexel University College of Medicine

Correlation of Ethylene Glycol Toxicity and Blood Pressure Elevation in a Rat Mode
Assad Alsufyani, MBBS
First-Year Fellow, University of Virginia

Accounting for the Variability of the Osmolal Gap in Acute Ethanol Intoxication
Ryan Marino, MD
First-Year Fellow, UPMC

Does Cadmium Exposure Cause Anemia? Examining Cadmium in Blood and Urine and Urine Beta 2 Microglobulin with Hemoglobin Level
Hiroko Furo, MD
First-Year Fellow, Upstate Medical University

Retained Bullets and Lead Toxicity - Moving Forward
Ahmed Mamdouh Taha Mostafa, MD
First-Year Fellow, Hahnemann University Hospital / Drexel University College of Medicine

TIC: Telemedicine Investigation of Caustics
Stephen Harding, MD
Second-Year Fellow, NYC Poison Control Center / NYU Langone Medical Center

Persistent Musculoskeletal and Neurologic Complications after Snakebite
Brian Murray, DO
First-Year Fellow, Emory University School of Medicine / Centers for Disease Control and Prevention