2020 Medical Student Research Day

Friday July 17, 2020

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MSRD has been organized into two concurrent sessions comprising individual session periods for the following three categories: biomedical, clinical & OMT, and population & public health research.  Student presentations will occur at the designated time and session period.  Presentations for each session period will run for 10-minutes each, followed by a 20-minute live panel discussion for questions and answers at the end of the session period.  The presentations and discussions will be reviewed by a panel of judges.

You may enter at any time, please click on the link found in each concurrent session for immediate access. You can switch to another concurrent session by leaving the meeting and clicking on the other link.

The “Welcome and Final Remarks”, and the “Keynote Address” will be accessible through the Concurrent Session #1 link at the designated times.

 

Welcome Remarks 8:00 – 8:15 AM Dr. Don Peska, Dean & CAO, Burrell College
Dr. Joseph Benoit, Assistant Dean for Research
Dr. Steven J. Ontiveros, Director of Student Research
Concurrent Session #1

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Period A1 – Clinical & OMT Research
SEQUENCE NO. TIME ABSTRACT NUMBER PRESENTATION TITLE
1 8:15 AM 201S OCCIPITO-ATLANTAL DECOMPRESSION AND TRANSCUTANEOUS AURICULAR VAGUS STIMULATION SLOWS CONDUCTION VELOCITY THROUGH THE ATRIOVENTRICULAR NODE
2 8:25 AM 202S NON-FRUCTOSE BASED BEVERAGES: ASSESSMENT ON PROGRESSION OF METABOLIC SYNDROME
3 8:35 AM 203S SPLENIC PUMP CHANGES CIRCULATING IMMUNE CELL PROFILE LEADING TO ALTERED CYTOKINE RESPONSES TO INFLAMMATORY STIMULI
4 8:45 AM 204S USING FORCE SENSORS TO ESTABLISH CLINICAL GUIDELINES FOR THE ABDOMINAL PALPATION EXAM
5 8:55 AM 205S STANDARDIZING STERNOCLEIDOMASTOID MUSCLE SURFACE EMG MONITORING FOR ENERGY LOADING AND ELECTRICAL ACTIVITY ANALYSIS
Q/A #1 9:05 – 9:25 AM
Period B1 – Population and Public Health Research
SEQUENCE NO. TIME ABSTRACT NUMBER PRESENTATION TITLE
6 9:25 AM 301S MATERNAL IODINE STATUS INFLUENCING FETAL HEALTH AND ADVERSE BIRTH OUTCOMES IN THE NAVAJO BIRTH COHORT STUDY (NBCS)
7 9:35 AM 302S CANCER PREVENTION IN THE PASO DEL NORTE REGION: ASSESSING HPV KNOWLEDGE AND VACCINATION RATES IN A MAJORITY HISPANIC COMMUNITY
8 9:45 AM 303S A PROPOSED STUDY TO INVESTIGATE THE EFFECTS OF COVID-19 QUARANTINE ORDERS ON COMMUNITY HOSPITAL EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT USAGE IN NEW MEXICO
9 9:55 AM 304S “DO SOCIAL DETERMINANTS PLACE BARRIERS ON MEDICAL SCHOOL MATRICULANTS?”
10 10:05 AM 305S Barriers to Careers in Healthcare
11 10:15 AM 306S COVID-19 AND CHILDREN: POSSIBLE EXPLANATIONS AS TO WHY CHILDREN HAVE AVOIDED SEVERE COMPLICATIONS
Q/A #2 10:25 – 10:45 AM
Coffee Break 10:45 – 11:00 AM
Period C1 – Biomedical Research 1
SEQUENCE NO. TIME ABSTRACT NUMBER PRESENTATION TITLE
12 11:00 AM 101S VIABILITY OF CLOTRIMAZOLE AND RESVERATROL FOR COMBINATORIAL CANCER THERAPY
13 11:10 AM 102S CIRCADIAN INFLUENCES ON HYPERTENSIVE RESPONSES TO STRESS
14 11:20 AM 103S THE EFFECTS OF CANNABIDIOL ON NEUTROPHIL EXTRACELLULAR TRAP (NET) FORMATION
15 11:30 AM 104S EXERCISE INDUCED HYPOTENSION AND GLUCOCORTICOID SENSITIVITY
Q/A #3 11:40 – 12:00 PM
Lunch 12:00 – 12:30 PM
Keynote 12:30 – 1:30 PM
Period D1 – Biomedical Research 2
SEQUENCE NO. TIME ABSTRACT NUMBER PRESENTATION TITLE
16 1:40 PM 105S INCREMENTAL EXERCISE BLOOD PRESSURE AND CLUCOCORTICOID SENSITIVITY
17 1:50 PM 106S INVESTIGATING THE EFFECTS OF OLEOCANTHAL ON IN VITRO NEUTROPHIL EXTRACELLULAR TRAP FORMATION AND POSSIBLE LINKS TO AUTOIMMUNE AND INFLAMMATORY DISEASE
18 2:00 PM 107S Optimization of RT-LAMP Assay for Zika Virus
19 2:10 PM 108S PRIMO-VASCULAR SYSTEM: A PARADIGM SHIFT FOR OSTEOPATHIC MANIPULATIVE TREATMENT
20 2:20 PM 109S WHAT’S IN THE SOUP? ADVENTURES IN METHODOLOGY FOR QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF CADAVER EMBALMING REACTION PRODUCTS ENCOUNTERED DURING HUMAN DONOR DISSECTION
Q/A #4 2:30 – 2:50 PM
Final Remarks 2:50 -2:55 PM
Concurrent Session #2

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Period A2 – Population and Public Health Research
SEQUENCE NO. TIME ABSTRACT NUMBER PRESENTATION TITLE
1 8:15 AM 307 Repealing the Affordable Care Act: A Meta-analysis of the Implications on Border State Regions
2 8:25 AM 308 DIABETES IN NEW MEXICO: AN EPIDEMIOLOGIC STUDY TO DESCRIBE INEQUITIES IN DISEASE BURDEN AND SELECTED SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH
3 8:35 AM 309 BENEFITS AND BARRIERS TO HEALTHCARE ACCESS UTILIZING TELEMEDICINE SERVICES AT NORTH SHORE COMMUNITY HEALTH
Q/A #1 8:45 – 9:05 AM
Period B2 – Biomedical Research
SEQUENCE NO. TIME ABSTRACT NUMBER PRESENTATION TITLE
6 9:25 AM 110 DEVELOPMENT OF A SENSITIVE AND SPECIFIC ASSAY FOR FIELD DIFFERENTIAL DETECTION OF DENGUE-1, WEST NILE, AND ZIKA VIRAL RNA USING RT-PCR, LAMP, AND QUASR
7 9:35 AM 111 ACUTE LYMPHOBLASTIC LEUKEMIA AND THE ASSOCIATION OF ALL WITH HISPANIC POPULATIONS, A LITERATURE REVIEW
Q/A #2 9:45 – 10:05 AM
Period C2 – Clinical & OMT Research 1
SEQUENCE NO. TIME ABSTRACT NUMBER PRESENTATION TITLE
12 11:00 AM 206 COMPARING THE RECOVERY RATES OF CARPAL TUNNEL RELEASE ON NON-DIABETICS AND DIABETICS (WITH AND WITHOUT SMALL FIBER NEUROPATHY)
13 11:10 AM 207 TINEA CORPORIS MASQUERADING AS A DIFFUSE GYRATE ERYTHEMA: CASE REPORT AND A REVIEW OF ANNULAR LESIONS MIMICKING A DERMATOPHYTE SKIN INFECTION
14 11:20 AM 208 Operative Reconstruction of Symptomatic Rib Nonunions and Outcomes
Q/A #3 11:30 -11:50 AM
Period D2 – Clinical & OMT Research 2
SEQUENCE NO. TIME ABSTRACT NUMBER PRESENTATION TITLE
16 1:40 PM 209 Green neutrophilic inclusions and a novel association with gangrenous ischemic colitis
17 1:50 PM 210 Atypical Presentation of Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy in 77 year old Female: A Case Report
18 2:00 PM 211 The Importance of Resilience and Rehabilitation in Patients with Metastatic Spinal Cord Compression: A Case Study
19 2:10 PM 212 LATE ONSET HEARING LOSS IN VERY LOW BIRTH WEIGHT PREMATURE INFANTS: PRIMARILY CONDUCTIVE VS SENSORINEURAL
Q/A #4 2:20 – 2:40 PM