Congratulations to our Pediatric residents fellows for presenting their research work to this year's 2020 Online Pediatric Spring Poster Session
The resident winners were:
- 1st Place Outstanding Resident Poster- Hilary Hesse, MD; Poster title: Pathological Fetal Growth Restriction Results in Reduction in Lean Mass Growth that Persists into the Neonatal Period; Mentor: Laura Brown, MD
- 2nd Place Outstanding Resident Poster- Connie Truong, MD; Poster Title: Risk Factors Associated with Postpartum Depressive Symptoms among Mothers of Preterm Infants; Mentor: Susan Hwang, MD, PhD, MPH/MSPH
- 3rd Place Outstanding Resident Poster- Rachel Sewell, MD; Poster title: Improving Clinical Encounters for Transgender and Gender Expansive Youth at Children's Hospital Colorado; Mentors: Natalie Nokoff, MD and Dan Reirden, MD
A total of 106 posters were submitted and 29 fellows participated in this event. Fellows were recognized for presenting outstanding posters in the categories of 1st, 2nd, and 3rd year Fellow.
Fellow: Jennifer Day
Program: Pediatric Dermatology
Poster Title: Pediatric Dermatology Telehealth Satisfaction Study
1st Year Honorable Mention:
Fellow: Jessica Kenny
Poster Title: Meeting the unmet need: A multidisciplinary approach
to address adolescent depression in pediatric primary care
2nd year Fellow Poster Winner:
Fellow: Rebecca Shay
Poster Title: Implementation of Evidence-Based Guidelines Improves Patient Safety During Non-Emergent Neonatal Intubations
2nd Year Honorable Mention:
Fellow: Zachary Graff
Program: Pediatric Hematology / Oncology
Poster Title: Development of FLT-3 CAR T-cells for Relapsed/Refractory AML and KMT2A Rearranged Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia.
3rd Year Fellow Poster Winner:
Fellow: Ryan Fredericks
Program: Pediatric Critical Care
Poster Title: Linking Stored Red Blood Cell Metabolism to Transfusion Recipient Iron Homeostasis Pathophysiology in Critically-Ill Children.
3rd Year Honorable Mention:
Fellow: Ryan Kammeyer
Program: Child Neurology
Poster Title: Improved Admission Medication Reconciliation and Increased Discrete-Text Sig Use for Seizure Rescue Medications.