Huggins Symposium 2016

Huggins 2016 Winners


Abstract Competition Winners

Gary An, MD:
Avoiding Catastrophe: A proposed participatory modular agent-based modeling approach to the design of a trauma center 

Olga Zaborina, PhD:
Extreme physiologic stress causes disappearance of the commensal microbiota from cecal crypts and impairs intestinal epithelium regeneration 

Romuald Girard, PhD:
Vascular Permeability and Iron Deposition Biomarkers in Longitudinal Follow-up of Cerebral Cavernous Malformations

Sanjiv Hyoju, PhD:
Oral polyphosphate as the next generation bowel prep: its role in anastomotic leak prevention

Kristina Guyton, MD:
Serial Endoscopic Surveillance after Low Anterior Resection to Understand the Pathogenesis of Anastomotic Leak: Preliminary Results of a Safety and Feasibility Clinical Trial

Chad Teven, MD:
The use of an implantable Doppler to monitor free flap perfusion during vascularized lymph node transfer

Zoe Levine:
Identifying and Quantifying Collagenolytic Species in Human Anastomotic Fluids

Zach Collier:
Stochasticity Among Antibiotic Resistance Profiles Of Common Burn-Related Pathogens Over A Six-Year Period

Poster Competition Winners

Erin McAuley:
The Role of Sox2 in Prostate Epithelium Development, Regeneration and Hyperplasia

 Melinda Stack:
NSCLC Sensitivity to Jak2 Inhibition and Identification of PD-L1 as Potential Target of Jak Inhibitor-Based Therapy

 Luke Versten:
Morphine and its Major Metabolite Morphine-3-glucuronide after the Phenotype of Enteroccocus Faecalis Increasing its Capacity to Colonize and Disrupt Intestinal Anastomotic Tissues 

Hussein A. Zeineddine:
Micro-Computed Tomography in Murine Models of Brain Disease