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Data Management Services in Libraries 
November Research Highlights at PCOM

November 30, 2022

Hsin-liang (Oliver) Chen, PhD, chief library services officer, was first author of “Academic Libraries And Research Data Management: A Case Study Of Dataverse Global Adoption,” published in the journal Information Discovery and Delivery. In reflecting on this research, Dr. Chen shares the impetus for conducting data management research and his hope for applications in the future. 

Academic libraries and research data management 

Headshot photograph of Hsin-liang (Oliver) Chen, PhD, PCOM's chief library services officerAn understanding of research data management services is critical to utilizing these data sets to their full potential. Through an evidence-based approach, Dr. Chen and his co-authors explored the development of “dataverse”, a global research data consortium, and how research libraries worldwide have developed their research data portals. Dr. Chen shared that a new Data Management and Sharing (DMS) policy will be issued by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) on January 25, 2023.

To meet these new policy requirements, researchers and scholars are working with medical schools and other health-science libraries across the country to ensure they are prepared. Dr. Chen also shared that the findings from this published research will be applied to the data management services at the PCOM library, “to support the teaching, learning and research activities of the PCOM faculty, students and researchers.”

Dr. Chen also co-authored “Cross-Cultural Information Access,” in the journal Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology.

November 2022 Research Highlights at PCOM

Faculty, staff and students at the College's three locations frequently participate in innovative research studies in a variety of topics including the opioid crisis, COVID-19, medical cannabis, surgery, mental health and much more. The overall goal of PCOM research is to develop and test novel approaches to diagnosing, treating and preventing dysfunction and disease.

View more PCOM research highlights for the month of November:

Maija Adourian (DO '23) co-authored “A Mysterious Case of Encephalitis: Diagnostic Challenge and Our Clinical Reasoning,” published in the journal Cureus.

Maryam Ali (DO '25) was first author of “De Novo PAX2 Mutation With Associated Papillorenal Syndrome: A Case Report and Literature Review of Penetrance and Expressivity,” which was published in the journal Cureus.

Denah Appelt, PhD, director, dual degree programs, bio-medical sciences and Brian Balin, PhD, director, Center for Chronic Disorders of Aging, co-authored “Infection, Inflammation, And Neurodegeneration: A Critical Path To Alzheimer's Disease, Volume II,” which was published in the journal Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience.

Samantha Baker (PsyD '25) co-authored “CBT for Youth Anxiety: How Does It Fit Within Community Mental Health?” published in the journal Current Psychiatry Reports.

Molly Stapleton-Braley (DO '24) co-authored “Sex Difference Leads to Differential Gene Expression Patterns and Therapeutic Efficacy in Mucopolysaccharidosis IVA Murine Model Receiving AAV8 Gene Therapy,” which was published in the International Journal of Molecular Sciences.

Eric Cyphers (DO '23) was first author of  “Burnout in Interventional Radiology Vs. Physicians Overall,” “Suspension of DNR/DNI Orders for Image-Guided Procedures,” and “Managing Burnout In Interventional Radiology: A Directional Shift,” all published in the journal Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiology.

Abuoma C. Ekpendu, DO '22, resident, co-authored “Demographics and Medical Comorbidities as Risk Factors for Increased Episode of Care Costs Following Lumbar Fusion in Medicare Patients,” published in the journal Cureus.

Stacie Fairley, PhD, associate professor, microbiology and immunology, and Jasmine Rogers (DO '23) co-authored “IAMSE Meeting Report: Student Plenary at the 26th Annual Conference of the International Association of Medical Science Educators,” which was published in the journal Medical Science Educator.

Tyler Feltham (DO '23) co-authored “Increased Synovial Expression Of Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide And Its Potential Roles In Charcot Neuroarthropathy,” which was published in the journal Experimental and Molecular Pathology.

Rushabh Kamdar (DO '24) co-authored “Assessment of Clinical Guidelines For Medication-Related Osteonecrosis Of The Jaw: Current Status And Future Directions,” which was published in the journal Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology and Oral Radiology.

Sanjana Kuthyar (DO '24) co-authored “Ophthalmic Imaging and Impression Cytology Findings in the Child Health and Mortality Prevention Surveillance (CHAMPS) Network,” which was published in the journal Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science.

Kumar Mukherjee, PhD, associate professor, pharmacy practice, co-authored “Out-of-Pocket Expenditures for Imaging Examinations: Perspectives from National Patient Surveys Over Two Decades,” which was published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology.

Sophia Nguyen (DO '23) co-authored “A Peculiar Case of Recurrent Coronary Artery Thrombosis,” published in the journal Cureus.

Srawasti Sarker (DO '23) co-authored “Breast Manifestation Of Extramedullary Myeloid Sarcoma: A Case Report,” published in the journal Radiology Case Reports.

Gelan Shamloul (DO '23) co-authored “The Impact of Wrist Fractures on Long-Term Basketball Performance,” which was published in the Journal of Hand and Microsurgery.

Taha A. Siddiqui (DO '23) and Kiran S. Charmarti (DO '23) were first authors of “The Merits, Limitations, and Future Directions of Cost-Effectiveness Analysis in Cardiac MRI with a Focus on Coronary Artery Disease: A Literature Review,” which was published in the Journal of Cardiovascular Development and Disease. Siddiqui also co-authored “Overlapping Presentations of HELLP Syndrome and COVID-19,” published in the European Journal of Case Reports in Internal Medicine.

Brian Temple, DO, resident, plastic surgery, co-authored “An Update and Report Failure of Surgical Syndactyly Repair in Harlequin Ichthyosis,” which was published in the journal Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery - Global Open.

Anthony Viola III, DO, resident, orthopedic surgery, co-authored “Demographics and Medical Comorbidities as Risk Factors for Increased Episode of Care Costs Following Lumbar Fusion in Medicare Patients,” which was published in the American Journal of Medical Quality.

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