Participant Scholarly Projects

NameDepartmentProject TitleMentor(s)
Matthew AustinRadiologyEvaluation of potential new classification scheme for grading the occlusion of endovascularly treated intracranial aneurysmsAvery Evans
Amal Abu LibdehNeurologyCurriculum for Child Neurology clerkship (ACE rotation)Binit Shah
Casey CavanaghPsychiatryA Clinician Training to Promote Prognosis Communication in Heart FailureAmit Shahane and Jill Esquivel
Firas El ChaerHematologyA Phase I Study of Palbociclib in Combination with Ruxolitinib or Fedratinib for the Treatment of Intermediate-2 or High Risk Primary and Secondary MyelofibrosisKaren Ballen
Ukpong EyoNeuroscienceElucidating mechanisms of microglial functional maturation during development
Taylor GilmoreOB/GYNResidency Training Program Grant ApplicationFrances Casey (VCU) and Jennifer Lesko (GWU)
Sarah JonesNeurologyMDA multi-disciplinary care: a focus on patient satisfaction, quality of care, and student engagementBinit Shah, Goran Rakocevic, Howard Goodkin
Meena KannanNeurologyFeasibility of Using Telemedicine in Healthcare Delivery for People with Multiple SclerosisNina Solensk
Matthew MillerRadiologyMedical Development of Machine Learning-Based Predictive Models for the Management of Suspicious Findings on Contrast-Enhanced Spectral Mammography (CESM)Gustavo Rohde
Peter MurrayPediatricsBiomedical Ethics Curriculum for Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) ProvidersDonna Chen
Rebecca RieckOB/GYNEvaluation of the Role of Sleep Quality and Quantity on Functional Recovery Following Induction of LaborChristian Chisholm and Mohamed Tiouririne
Matthew StottsMedicineNeurocognitive Impairment in Advanced Liver Disease and Liver Transplant Recipients: Predictors of Poor Outcomes and Impaired Quality of Life After TransplantationDonna Broshek
Joseph (Joey) TanFamily MedicineImplementing and evaluating an intervention to prevent perinatal depression in at-risk womenClaudia Allen
Indumathy VaradarajanHematology/OncologyEffect of Prebiotics on Gut Microbiome in patients undergoing stem cell transplantsKaren Ballen