STONY BROOK, NY, April 12, 2017 - Highlighting the broad expanses of academic pursuits within the Stony Brook Department of Medicine, Drs. Adam Solis-Cohen, Julia Sackheim, Lorenzo Ottaviano, and William Carroll presented novel investigations in the arenas of basic science, education, patient safety, and quality improvement at Resident Research Day. Numerous other resident posters were displayed at the subsequent Resident Research Day Reception, spanning laboratory, inpatient, and outpatient investigations.
Clinical/Translational/Basic/Educational Research Category winners:
|Adam Solis-Cohen, MD
"Prognostic Significance of Elevated Cardiac Troponin in Patients with Acute Gastrointestinal Bleeding"
Mentor: Getu Teressa, MD, PhD
|Julia Sackheim, DO
“Eligibility for Sacubitril/Valsartan in a Tertiary Care Outpatient Heart Failure Clinic”
Mentor: Lampros Papadimitriou, MD, PHD; Michelle Bloom, MD; Javed Butler, MD, MPH, MBA; Hal Skopicki, MD, PhD
Patient Safety/Quality Improvement Category winners:
|Lorenzo Ottaviano, MD
“Improving Transitions of Care: A Resident-driven Approach to Address Delays in Patient Care during Direct Admissions”
Mentor: Nirvani Goolsarran, MD
|William Carroll, MD
“Are Physicians Adhering to Narcotic Guidelines? A Resident-driven Initiative to Improve Chronic Pain Management in Continuity Clinic”
Mentor: Rachel Wong, MD
From Left to Right: Dr. Yang (Chair), Dr. Lorenzo Ottaviano (PGY3), Dr. Julia Sackheim (PGY3), Dr. Will Carroll (PGY3), Dr. Lampros Papadimitriou (Mentor), Dr. Susan Lane (Program Director), Dr. Philip Lavenburg (PGY2), Dr. Adam Solis-Cohen (PGY3), Dr. Getu Teressa (Director of Scholarly Oversight and Mentor), Dr. Nirvani Goolsarran (Associate Program Director and Mentor)
There was also a Poster Session following the presentations. The full list can be found HERE.
Dr. Stella Kyung, PGY-3, Internal Medicine
Dr. Sherise Rogers, PGY-3, Internal Medicine
Dr. Rahul Shah, PGY-2, Internal Medicine
Dr. Astha Muttreja, PGY-2, Internal Medicine