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2013 Medical Student Research Awards

2013 Medical Student Research Day Award winners

Dear friends,

Thursday, January 24, 2013 marked the fifthannual Johns Hopkins Medical Student Research Day (MSRD). This event is a formal showcase for medical students to share their research accomplishments with the wider Hopkins community.

In addition to providing students an opportunity to network and connect with other research-oriented students and faculty, some podium presentations at the 2013 MSRD were eligible for the Henry Strong Denison Research Award, the Harold Lamport Biomedical Research Prize, and the W. Barry Wood Student Research Award. Other podium presentations were eligible for the Excellence in Medical Student Research Award. A dedicated group of faculty members acted as judges.

Any research in basic science, clinical science and public health & policy, history of medicine or medical humanities that is not part of a PhD thesis was eligible for consideration for these awards.

The 2013 Medical Student Research Award winners are:

HOWARD CHOI
Harold Lamport Research Scholar
Cost-effectiveness of Xpert MTB/Rif for Diagnosing Pulmonary Tuberculosis In The United States

JACOB RUZEVICK
Henry Strong Denison Research Scholar
Erlotinib Inhibits Growth In A Primary Mouse Xenograft Model of Chordoma

LAUREN THOMAIER
W. Barry Wood, Jr. Research Scholar
Assisted Reproductive Technology: Is There A Biological Plausibility For Increased Risk in Autism Spectrum

TAMARA ASHVETIYA
Excellence in Medical Student Research
Implantable Bioreactors for the Delivery of Stem Cell-Derived Cytokines to the Post-Infarct Heart

KEVIN CONTRERA
Excellence in Medical Student Research
Rates of Long-Term Cochlear Implant Use in Children

FIDEL A. DESIR
Excellence in Medical Student Research
Survey of Partner Notification Practices for Sexually Transmitted Infections in the United States

MAIMON HUBBI
Excellence in Medical Student Research 
Lysosomal Degradation of HIF-1α Represents a Novel Therapeutic Target

JOSEPH KLEMBCZYK
Excellence in Medical Student Research
Importance of Environmental Conditions in Lusaka, Zambia’s Seasonal Cholera: A Mathematical Analysis

RHIANON LIU
Excellence in Medical Student Research
“Am I Cut Out for This?”: A Qualitative Analysis of Doubt Among First-Year Medical Students.

CECILLIA LUI
Excellence in Medical Student Research
Mutations in Alstrom Protein Promote Persistent Postnatal Cardiomyocyte Replication in Multiple Families

TYLER MAINS
Excellence in Medical Student Research
Isolating the Impact of Audience Response Systems on Learning

JULIE NG
Excellence in Medical Student Research 
IgE-Independent Hypersensitivity Reactions are Associated With Prolonged Survival in Advanced Pancreatic Cancer Patients Receiving a GM-CSF Cell-Based Vaccine Plus Cyclophosphamide (Cy) and Detuximab

SARAH WALLACE
Excellence in Medical Student Research
Quantifying the Effect of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Quality on Cardiac Arrest Outcome: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

JOSHUA WATSON
Excellence in Medical Student Research
Efficacy of the Orally Delivered Anti-Parasitic Mebendazole in an Intracranial Rodent Gliosarcoma Model

A list of previous medical student research award winners can be found here

 

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