Camden Scholars’ Forum Poster Contest Winners

May 15, 2015
CMSRU Library

Cooper University Health Care’s Second Annual Camden Scholars’ Forum would like to congratulate the winners of the poster contest!

This year was our biggest event ever, with more than 120 posters on display, representing several types of research and performance improvement projects by our residents, fellows, medical students, nurses, and allied health and technical staff.

You are welcome to join us at the Winners’ Forum on Friday, May 15, 2015, in the auditorium of Cooper Medical School of Rowan University at noon, where our winners will showcase their projects in short, oral presentations. Lunch will follow in the Learning Commons.

Thank you to everyone that participated! You did a great job!

First Place 
Ali A. Mithani, MD, Medicine
Characteristics and Clinical Outcomes of Patients Undergoing Subcutaneous ICD (S-ICD) Placement vs. Transvenous Single Chamber ICD (TV-ICD)

Second Place 
Vijay Kumbar, MD, Pediatrics
Heart Defect Screening in the Setting with Routine Prenatal Imaging

Third Place 
Lauren C. Naliboff, DO, Obstetrics and Gynecology
Barriers to Postpartum Tubal Ligations After Vaginal Deliveries in a Medicaid Population and Subsequent Use of LARCs in Patients Who Do Not Receive a Desired PPTL

First Place 
Michael Plastini, MD, Surgery
Effect of Population Doublings on Differentiation Capacity of Human Adipose-Derived Stem Cell: Establishing Standard Guidelines for Clinical Translational Applications

Second Place 
Rachel Choron, MD, Surgery
Comparison of Atriocaval Shunting with Perihepatic Packing versus Perihepatic Packing Alone for Retrohepatic Vena Cava Injuries in a Swine Model

First Place 
Effat Jabeen, MD, Medicine
Ectopic ACTH Producing Bronchial Carcinoid

First Place 
Sue Butler, RN, BSN, CPN, CCRN, Nursing
Anchoring a Pediatric IV: A Comparative Study of Peripheral IV Securement Devices in Pediatric Patients ages 2 months through 36 months old

First Place 
Nicole Diaz-Segarra, Cooper Medical School of Rowan University
Warthin Tumor of the Oropharyngeal Minor Salivary Gland

Second Place
Grace Bundens, Cooper Medical School of Rowan University
Development of a Serum-Free, Three Dimensional Cell Culture Model for Primary Human Articular Chondrocytes to Test Potential Therapeutics

Third Place 
Daisy Obiora, Cooper Medical School of Rowan University 
Expression of Cell Death Pathway Transcripts in RNA from Highly Calcified Versus Minimally Calcified Menisci

First Place
Nicole Abel, MD, Medicine
Impact of Weekly Feedback on Test Ordering Patterns

Second Place 
Krysta Contino, MD, Pediatrics
Improvement in Ordering Iron Studies for Evaluation of Anemia

First Place 
Toral Patel, University of the Sciences
Do OTC Acne Products Contain Pregnancy Guidelines