University of Cincinnati medical students and residents were among those who won top honors in October at the 2014 Ohio Chapter Scientific meeting of the American College of Physicians for research poster presentations.
Zenith Jameria, MD, third-year internal medicine resident at UC Medical Center, took second place in the resident/fellow members clinical vignette category with the poster, Ischemic Ventricular Tachycardia as a Red Herring for Syncope.
Keaton Jones, MD, third-year resident at UC Medical Center, won second place in the resident and fellow membersí research category with Concomitant Chrohnís Disease (CD) Predisposes to a Distinct Clinical Phenotype of Autoimmune Liver Disease (AILD) In Children.
Jessica Dreicer, a fourth-year medical student, won first place in the medical student members clinical vignette category with the poster, Pulmonary Artery Sarcoma Masquerading as Pulmonary Thromboembolism.
Two fourth-year medical students also were awarded ribbons of merit for their posters. Khanant Desai presented Chronic Exertional Dyspnea: Treatment of a Patient with Dyspnea on Exertion Associated with Rate-Dependent Left Bundle Branch Block, while Megan Caroway, a fourth-year medical student, presented H1N1 and a Rare Cardiac Complication.