Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

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Resident Research Program  

The goal of the Resident Research Program is to prepare residents to become confident in developing, conducting and presenting clinical and / or biomedical research.  Residents in their second year of residency are required to begin the process of starting their research project.

Recent Resident Research Presentations

AAP 2014

Poster Grand Rounds

Erin McGonigle, MD "Prostate-Specific Antigen Levels in Individuals with Chronic Spinal Cord Injury"

Poster Presentations

Amy Ford, DO "A Rare Cause of an Acute Episode of Intractable Spasticity in a Tetraplegic Patient" 

Karin Goodfriend, MD "3 Cases of Severe Neuropathy Seen in Patients with Lymphoma after Treatment with Vincristine"

William Kim, MD "An Unique Case of Ulnar Nerve Schwannoma Causing Hand Paresthesias"

Tara Mencias, MD "Lytic Lesions from Lymphoplasmacytic Lymphoma as a Cause of Back Pain in a Patient with Carcinoid Tumor: A Case Report"

AAPM&R 2013

Platform Presentations

Amy Ford, DO “Adaptive Equipment Options for all Disabilities”

Poster Presentations

Kris Homb, MD “Improvement of Radiation Induced Xerostomia with Acupuncture: A Retrospective Analysis”

Karin Goodfriend, MD “Effects of Long Term Orthotic Intervention of Gross Motor Function in Children with Spastic Cerebral Palsy”

Erin Grimsby, MD “Epidemiology trends in Traumatic Brain Injury: a single rehab center decade-to-decade comparison”

Christina Jenner, MD “A Physiatric Approach to a Child with Molybdenum Cofactor Deficiency”

 

  

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