Donald W. Seldin, M.D., Research Symposium finalist presentations




Adomako, Emmanuel
Hinkamp, Colin
Liu, Po-Hong (Stuart)
McAdams, Meredith
Omar, Wally
Segar, Matthew

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This edition of the UT Southwestern Internal Medicine Grand Rounds features presentations by the six Foster Fellows selected as finalists from the Fifth Annual Donald W. Seldin, M.D. Research Symposium, which was held on May 21, 2020. These Foster Fellows presented work that spanned the breadth and depth of scholarly activity across the department, and at the close of Grand Rounds, one will be selected as the 2020 Seldin Scholar, in honor of Dr. Donald W. Seldin. The Grand Rounds presentation also includes additional awards honoring Clinical Vignettes and an award for work in Quality and Education at Parkland Hospital.

The specific presentations in this session are "Idiopathic Hypokalemia in Lupus Nephritis: A Previously Unrecognized Entity" by Emmanuel Adomako; "Thrombocytosis is Associated with Worse Survival in Patients with Hepatocellular Carcinoma" by Po-Hong (Stuart) Liu; "Diffuse Ground Glass Opacities and an Elevated Fungitell - Weighed Down by Anchoring Bias" by Colin Hinkamp; "Self-Administration of Home Inotrope Therapy for Patients with End Stage Heart Failure" by Wally Omar; "Dipstick Urinalysis Can Identify Patients With Early CKD Who Lack a Quantified Proteinuria Measurement" by Meredith McAdams; and "Machine Learning-Based and Race-Specific Models to Predict 10-year Risk of Incident Heart Failure" by Matthew Segar.

General Notes

Detailed formal protocol with illustrations and extensive bibliography.
The Donald W. Seldin, M.D., Research Symposium is the annual showcase research event of the Department of Internal Medicine at UT Southwestern Medical Center. Highlighting the tremendous research activity of Internal Medicine residents and fellows, the Symposium brings together trainees, faculty, and staff to celebrate the collaborative mentored research performed by Internal Medicine Trainees.
A recording of the protocol presentation is available on UT Southwestern’s Mediasite. Note: Access to the video is restricted to authorized UT Southwestern users only.

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