The October 2019 edition of Kudos highlights faculty, staff and student publications and accolades at PCOM, PCOM Georgia and PCOM South Georgia.
Christopher Adams, PhD, professor, anatomy, co-authored “Crucial Role for Endothelial Cell α2β1 Integrin Receptor Clustering in Collagen Induced Angiogenesis,” which published in the journal Anatomical Record.
Taylor Barber (DO ’21) co-authored “Borderline Personality Disorder Traits Associate with Midlife Cardiometabolic Risk,” which published in the journal Personality Disorders.
Justin Canakis (DO ’21) and Minisha Lohani (DO ’20) co-authored “Spontaneous Bacterial Peritonitis in Cardiac Ascites: A Rare but Deadly Occurrence,” which published in the American Journal of Case Reports.
Carrie Collins, JD, PhD, chief advancement officer, was sole author on “Fundraising: Lead with Gift Officers in Mind,” which published in the journal Academic Leader.
Matthew DiMeglio (DO/MBA ’20) co-authored “The Impact of an International Elective on Anesthesiology Residents as Assesses by a Longitudinal Study,” which published in the Journal of Medical Education and Curricular Development and “Acceptability of Mobile Health Technology Among Cancer Patients,” which published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology.
Terri Erbacher, PhD, clinical associate professor, school psychology, presented on “Comprehensive School Threat Assessment Guidelines (CSTAG)” at the 20th Annual Delaware County District Attorney 2019 Safe Schools Summit.
Jay S. Feldstein, DO ’81, president and CEO, was invited to join the Philadelphia Business Journal Leadership Trust, an invitation-only community for top business decision makers in Greater Philadelphia.
Jennifer Glusman (DO ’21) co-authored “Obesity is Associated with Increased Odds of Hospitalization Following Emergent Care for Pediatric Migraine,” which published in the journal Neurology.
Frederick J. Goldstein, PhD, professor, clinical pharmacology, was sole author of “Depth of Clinical Pharmacology in Undergraduate Medical Education,” which published in The Journal of American Osteopathic Association.
Peter Hwang, DO, resident, general surgery, was first author on “Geriatric Patients on Antithrombotic Agents Who Fall: Does Trauma Team Activation Improve Outcomes?” which published in the journal American Surgeon.
David J. Lafferty, DO, resident, otolaryngology and Jason Cohn, DO, resident, otolaryngology, co-authored “Incidental Mastoid Opacification on Computed Tomography in the Pediatric Population,” which published in the International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology.
Marilyn Le (DO ’21) co-authored “Failure to Rescue in Humanitarian Congenital Cardiac Surgery,” which published in The Annals of Thoracic Surgery.
Michelle Lent, PhD, associate professor, clinical psychology, co-authored “The Feasibility of a Behavioral Group Intervention After Weight-Loss Surgery: A Randomized Pilot Trial,” which published in the journal PLoS ONE.
Martin Schardt (DO ’20) co-authored “Philadelphia Glaucoma Detection and Treatment Project: Ocular Outcomes and Adherence to Follow-Up at a Single Health Centre,” which published in the Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology.
Jennifer H. Shaw, PhD, associate professor, physiology, co-authored “Chlamydia Trachomatis Recruits Protein Kinase C During Infection,” which published in the journal Pathogens and Disease.
Joseph Venditto (DO ’20) co-authored “‘I Don’t Want to Go on Living This Way’: Desire for Hastened Death and the Ethics of Involuntary Hospitalization,” which published in The American Journal of Bioethics.
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