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Annual Resident Research Forum

2014researchwinners
Bridget Hopewell, M.D. (left) – 2nd Place Best Presentation– 
Jason Showmaker, M.D. (right) – 1st Place Best Presentation

2014 Presentation Winners

Dr. Showmaker- 1st Place Best Presentation

Healthcare Utilization After Tonsillectomy: the Impact of Antibiotic Usage

 

Dr. Hopewell - 2nd Place Best Presentation

Novel Methods to Assess Dysphagia Across Species: Implications for Human and Veterinary Medicine

 

2014 Presentations

Ben Erhardt, M.D.: Cost-effectiveness and Predictors of the Necessity of Routine Culture in Surgically Drained Peritonsillar Abscesses
Tabitha Galloway, M.D.: Defining the Role of Comorbidities in Head and Neck Cancer Patients Undergoing Free Tissue Transfer Reconstruction – The Missouri Arm
Jason Goodwin, M.D.: Characterization of Litigation in Facial Trauma Cases
Bridget Hopewell, M.D.: Novel Methods to Assess Dysphagia Across Species: Implications for Human and Veterinary Medicine
Mike Puricelli, M.D.: Effectiveness of Tonsillectomy Among Patients with Periodic Fever and Not Meeting Diagnostic Criteria for Periodic Fever, Aphthous Stomatitis, Pharyngitis, Adenitis (PFAPA) Syndrome: A Retrospective Review
Abby Schnieders, M.D.: Sublingual Immunotherapy for Food Allergy – An update
Jason Showmaker, M.D.: Healthcare Utilization after Tonsillectomy: The impact of antibiotic usage
Steven Taylor, M.D.: A Novel, Low-cost Simulator for Peritonsillar Abscess Drainage

 

American Academy of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery

Orlando, Florida, September 21-24, 2014

Accepted Presentations

Oral:

Teresa Lever, PhD: Detection and Characterization of Laryngeal reflex pathology in mouse models of human diseases

Poster:

Tabitha Galloway M.D. and Jeffrey Jorgensen M.D.: The Effect of Intraoperative Hetastarch Administration on Microvascular Anastomotic Venous Thrombosis

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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