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Annual Resident Research Forum

2013 Research Winners
Bridget Hopewell, M.D. (left) – 2nd Place Best Presentation– 
Jason Showmaker, M.D. (right) – 1st Place Best Presentation

2013 Presentation Winners

Dr. Showmaker- 1st Place Best Presentation

Knowledge Gain and Retention with Informed Consent: Informational Video vs. Traditional Counseling

 

Dr. Hopewell - 2nd Place Best Presentation

Accuracy of Pre-Operative Diagnosis of Pediatric Neck Masses

 

2013 Presentations

Tabitha Galloway, M.D.: The Effect of Intraoperative Hetastarch Administration on Microvascular Anastomotic Venous Thrombosis
Jason Goodwin, M.D.: A Systematic Review of Chronic Epithelitis
Bridget Hopewell, M.D.: Accuracy of Pre-Operative Diagnosis of Pediatric Neck Masses
Jon Mills, M.D.: Mal de Debarquement: The University of Missouri Experience
Susan Nguyen, M.D.: Comparing the Outcomes of Nursing Staff vs. Residents for Monitoring Viability of Free Tissue Transfer Flaps Post-Operatively
Abby Schnieders, M.D.: Ease of Tracheostomy Re-Insertion in a Patient Model
Jason Showmaker, M.D.: Knowledge Gain and Retention with Informed Consent: Informational Video vs. Traditional Counseling
Steven Taylor, M.D.: Comparing Intraoperative SPY Technology to the Current Method of Allen’s Test and Doppler Ultrasounds to Evaluate Limb Perfusion for Free Tissue Transfers

 

American Academy of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery

Orlando, Florida, September 21-24, 2014

For more information: http://www.entannualmeeting.org/14/index.php

 

Department Key Research Studies

The MU Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery has ongoing research endeavors which parallel the Departmental Research Vision - to engage in research that mirrors clinical questions and enables us to better care for our patients. Our faculty and residents work together to investigate problems and questions through IRB approved research projects. For our residents, this culminates in a formal oral presentation at the end of our academic year at the Annual Resident Research Forum.

Current Research Studies

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