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School of Medicine
Students celebrate research achievements
The first Friday of 2012 brought together more than 120 medical students for the fourth annual Medical Student Research Day (MSRD). The Armstrong Medical Education Building was the backdrop for the forum, which allowed students to showcase their research accomplishments with the wider Hopkins community.
This year's Medical Student Research Day featured poster sessions, podium presentations, the MSRD Award Ceremony and an address from keynote speaker Jeremy Sugarman, deputy director of the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics. Dr. Sugarman is a recognized leader in biomedical ethics with expertise in the use of empirical methods and evidence-based standards for the evaluation and analysis of bioethical issues. Students also had an opportunity to network and connect with other research-oriented students and faculty.
View the abstract booklet for more information about this year's MSRD.
2012 Podium Winners
Hansen Bow, Henry Strong Denison Research Scholar
Microchip-based intracranial temozolomide delivery in a 9L rat glioma model
Jacob Ruzevick, Harold Lamport Research Scholar
The Haptoglobin 2-2 gene is associated with increased aneurysm formation in a novel model of aneurysm formation
Anne Van Beuningen, W. Barry Wood Research Scholar
The rol of GDE2 in motor neuron maintenance and survival
2012 Poster Winners
Martha Brucato, Excellence in Medical Student Research
Community Adolescent Sexuality Education (CASE) Program Needs Assessment and Curriculum Update
Yarden Fraiman, Excellence in Medical Student Research
Identification of a Flt-3 Ligand surge in pediatric leukemia patients receiving myelosuppressive therapy
Valerie Gordon, Excellence in Medical Student Research
Conditional knockout of Kir4.1 in NG2 cells of the adult brain
Alexander Jenson, Excellence in Medical Student Research
Gender and performance of Community Treatment Assistants in Tanzania
Allison Kaeding, Excellence in Medical Student Research
MLL Rearrangement and Age at Diagnosis Are Strongly Associated with High Level Surface FLT3 Expressions and Ex Vivo Sensitivity to FLT3 Inhibition: A Prospective Analysis of 54 Consecutive Infants with ALL
Brian Lee, Excellence in Medical Student Research
External validation of postoperative nomogram for early prostate cancer recurrence following radical prostatectomy
Stuart Mitchell, Excellence in Medical Student Research
Loeys-Dietz Syndrome Affects Bone Microarchitecture
Angeline Nguygen, Excellence in Medical Student Research
Impact of home- and community-based service use on nursing home placement in persons with probable Alzheimer's disease
Ralph J. Passarella, Excellence in Medical Student Research
Capturing Patient Input on Patient Safety via Novel Machine Learning Tool
Amar Srivastava, Excellence in Medical Student Research
Comparisons of features of double-positive disease with anti-GBM disease and ANCA-associated vasculitides
Sharon Weeks, Excellence in Medical Student Research
Is the Kampala Trauma Score An Effective Predictor of Mortality in Low-Resource Settings? A Comparison of Multipe Trauma Severity Scores