2013 Winners Poster Contest

We would like to thank all participants in the Texas Pediatric Society's Resident Section Electronic Poster Exhibit Contest, a special thanks to the Resident Section CME Committee for volunteering their time to review the entries in the contest.

FELLOW CONTEST WINNERS

Evidence Based Medicine/Quality of Improvement

Global Pediatricians in Training: An Innovative Curriculum Preparing Pediatric Residents to Engage in Global Health Experiences
Leigh Sweet, MD
Baylor College of Medicine/Texas Children's Hospital

Hypothesis Driven Project

FIRST PLACE

Glucose Metabolism in Prematurity: Evidence of Hepatic Insulin Resistance and Molecular Developmental Differences in Non-Human Primates
Lisa McGill-Vargas, MD
UTHSC-San Antonio

HONORABLE MENTION

Prevalence of True Autism Spectrum Disorders in Children Referred to a Regional Autism Clinic

Sonia Monteiro, MD
Baylor College of Medicine/Texas Children's Hospital

Single or Multiple Case Presentation

FIRST PLACE

Importance of Color Doppler Imaging in the Diagnosis of Anomalous Coronary Artery Origin From Pulmonary Artery
Tharak Yarrabolu, MD
UTHSC-Houston

HONORABLE MENTION

Preemptive Liver Transplant To Prevent Cardiovascular Complications Of Homozygous Familial Hypercholesterolemia
ARPAN DOSHI, MD
UTHSC-Houston

 

Resident Winners

Evidence Based Medicine/Quality of Improvement

FIRST PLACE

A study of clinical-laboratory interface involving critical laboratory values: diagnostic errors in physician’s interpretation of hyperkalemia
Corey Chartan MD
Baylor College of Medicine/Texas Children's Hospital

HONORABLE MENTION

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) of the Brain of Infants with Bacterial Meningitis
Carlos Oliveira, MD
UTSW Dallas/Children's Medical Center

SINGLE OR MULTIPLE CASE PRESENTATIONS

FIRST PLACE

Neonate with Pneumonitis and Acute Liver Failure
ALLAN DAMIAN
TTUHSC-El Paso

HONORABLE MENTION

Benign Fibroepithelial Polyps: A Rare Cause of Ureteropelvic Junction Obstruction in Children
Anitha Ezekiel
Driscoll Children's Hospital


Hypothesis Driven Project

FIRST PLACE

Group A Streptococcus on Toothbrushes
Lauren Shepard
UTMB

HONORABLE MENTION

IL-24 and IL-2R beta may predict melanoma patient response to high dose IL-2 immunotherapy
Emily Jen
UTMB