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Presentations at ACS Clinical Congress, Washington, DC October 2016
Peter Einersen presented "Marked inhibition of the liver X-receptor/retinoid X-receptor (LXR/RXR) pathway is seen in post-traumatic patients with hyper-fibrinolysis" in Session SF29 Trauma II-Basic Science Trauma
Maggie Hodges, presenting the first of her two presentations, "Regenerative healing of large fetal wounds followin gIL-10 treatment is associated with upregulation of M2C macrophages" , Session SF26 Pediatric Surgery II. Dr. Hodges also presented on 10/19 "Stromal Cell Derived Factor-1 Alpha (SDF-1a) corrects the dystregulation of MicroRNA...in Human Diabetic Dermal Fibroblasts" in Session SF33 General Surgery II.
Hunter Moore, pictured here with Dr. Michael Truitt (left) and Dr. Trevor Nydam (right). Hunter presented "Reperfusion Hyperfibrinolysis During Liver Transplantation is Associated with Glutamate Metabolopathy and Succinate Depletion" in the SF21 Transplantation and Tissue Engineering I session.
Luke Selby presented in session SF38 Surgical Education IV, "Research at Academic and
Community Surgical Residencies: Results of a National Survey of Surgical Residents."
Brandon Chapman presented, "Laparoscpic Compared to Open Pancreaticoduodenectomy
is Safe and Effective in the Elderly" in the session SF19 Geratric Surgery and Palliative Care.
Shannon Acker moderated a panel PS229 Principles of Leadership for the Young Surgeon and
presented "Take Home Points-Staying Involved."
Bobby Torphy presented a poster in session PP11 Hepatobiliary and Pancreas entitled
"Activated Stroma Differences at Metastatic Sites in Pancreatic Cancer"
Alessandro Paniccia, now Chief Resident, presents "A Matched Cohort Analysis of 192 Pancreatic Anaplastic Carcinomas and 960 Pancreatic Adenocarcinomas: A 13-year North American Experience using the National Cancer Database" Research poster at Society for Surgical Oncology 2015.
Douglas Hirth, PGY-4, presents "Thyroidectomy During Pregnancy: an Analysis of the ACS NSQIP Dataset"
at the American Thyroid Association 2015 meeting.