Kudos January 2, 2018
Grayson Connors, DO, orthopedic surgery resident, co-authored “Decline in allogeneic blood transfusion
usage in total hip arthroplasty patients: National Inpatient Sample 2009 to 2013,”
in the journal Hip International.
Abigail Hielscher, PhD, assistant professor, anatomy, co-authored “Isolation of Intact, Whole Mouse Mammary
Glands for Analysis of Extracellular Matrix Expression and Gland Morphology,” in the
Journal of Visual Experiments.
Samuel M. John, PharmD, assistant professor, pharmacy practice, published a piece in Diabetes Spectrum on
a residency project titled, “Evaluating the Use of Endotool in Insulin Patients.”
Harish S. Parihar, PhD, assistant dean for assessment and associate professor, pharmacy practice, co-authored
“Oct4 is crucial for transdifferentiation of hepatocytes to biliary epithelial cells in
an in vitro organoid culture model,” in the journal Gene Expression.
Ahmed Siddiqi, DO, orthopedic resident, published “Advances in computer-aided technology for total
knee arthroplasty,” in the journal Orthopedics.
Richard A. Tumminello (DO ’19) published “Early Disseminated Lyme Disease Masquerading as Mononucleosis: A Case
Report,” in the Journal of Emergency Medicine.
LeAnne Honeycutt Varner, PharmD, assistant professor, pharmacy practice; Brent Rollins, PhD, associate professor, pharmacy practice, and Remya Radhakrishnan, PharmD ’17, co-authored “Preceptor's grading scale preference for student pharmacy practice experience
and assessment of the common grading scale among US schools of pharmacy,” in Currents
in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning.
Dianzheng Zhang, PhD, associate professor, bio-medical sciences, co-authored “HIF2A germline-mutation-induced
polycythemia in a patient with VHL-associated renal-cell carcinoma,” in the journal
Cancer Biology & Therapy.
Some information on scholarly publications was provided by the PCOM Library.
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