Virtual Lectures & Poster Presentations | May 23 - May 27, 2022
The Department of Pediatrics’ annual Research Week will be held virtually May 23-27, 2022. Through a mix of live-streamed lectures and interactive sessions, members of the Department of Pediatrics and the entire University of Wisconsin–Madison community can hear the latest advances in pediatric research.
Activities for the week include small group sessions with faculty and trainees, the distinguished Gerard B. Odell Lecture, the newly named Wald Faculty Research Forum and Town Hall, platform presentations, and an online poster session featuring the research of residents, fellows, faculty, and staff. Continuing medical education (CME) credit will be available.
Research Week 2022 Schedule
- Monday, May 23
- Tuesday, May 24
- Wednesday, May 25
- Thursday, May 26
- Friday, May 27
- Abstract Booklet
- Accreditation Statement
Quality Improvement and Scholarly Work I 8:00-9:00 AM via Zoom
Dr. Mathur: “On the Radar: Screening and Implementing Quality Improvement Projects in Primary Care Clinics”
Dr. Menda: “Health Equity in NICU Outcomes: Seek and Ye Shall Find”
MOC Part 4 Overview I 12:00-1:00 PM via Zoom
Speaker: Barb Anderson, MS – Director, Office of Continuing Professional Development, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, Chair, Interprofessional Continuing Education Partnership
Mentor and Mentee Relationships I 8:00-9:00 AM via Zoom
Title: “Learning to Mentor/Mentoring to Learn”
Fellow Capstone Research Presentations I 1:30-5:00 PM via Zoom
Schedule & Speakers:
|1:35-1:55||Megan Derrer, MD||Heart rate variability, hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy, and neurodevelopmental outcome: is there an association?|
|1:55-2:15||Diane Brown, MD||Improvements in accuracy and confidence in arrhythmia identification after cardiac surgery using the Atriamp signals|
|2:15-2:35||Christina Amend, MD||New Insights into Factor IX Regulation|
|2:35-2:55||Vinay Goswamy, MD||The Interaction Between Small Airway Dysfunction, Allergic Sensitization, and Wheezing Illnesses: Updates From the URECA Birth Cohort|
|2:55-3:15||Krista Grinde, DO||Symptom Adverse Events and Quality of Life of Children with Advanced Cancer: Results from a Longitudinal Study using the Pediatric Patient-Reported Outcomes-Common Terminology Criteria for Adverse Events (Ped-PRO-CTCAE)|
|3:15-3:25||10 Minute Break|
|3:25-3:45||Fatima Naqvi, MD||Factors Mediating Pediatric Provider Wellness Prior to and During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Qualitative, Secondary Analysis of Survey Results.|
|3:45-4:05||Dan Gorski, MD||Intra-operative renal NIRS monitoring of neonates undergoing cardiac surgery and the association with acute kidney injury|
|4:05-4:25||Ting-Chang Hsieh, MD||Feasibility of Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS) multi-sites regional oxygenation monitoring during primary intubation in the OR|
|4:25-4:45||Santhi Logel, MD||Transgender and Gender-Diverse Youth Have Higher Prevalence of Certain Autoimmune Diseases|
WARF Presentation I 8:00-9:00 AM via Zoom
IDEAAs for Success: Tips and Tricks for Human Subjects Research 12:00-1:00PM I 12:00-1:00 PM via Zoom
Speaker: Elena Alfaro
Speaker: Susan Lynch PhD– Professor of Medicine, Director UCSF Benioff Center for Microbiome Medicine, Associate Director MIBD Program, Division of Gastroenterology, Department of Medicine, University of California San Francisco
Title: “Early life microbiota development and childhood asthma – microbiomes to mechanisms”
Odell Award Recipient and Presentation I 8:30-9:00 AM via Zoom
Speaker: Anne Marie Singh, MD
Title: “Mechanisms and Risk Factors in Early Childhood Atopic Disease”
Wald Award Recipient and Presentation I 9:00-9:30 AM via Zoom
Speaker: Michelle Kelly, MD
Title: “Bedside Notes: Engaging parents during pediatric hospitalization”
Schedule & Speakers:
|10:00-10:05||Jim Gern, MD||Welcome|
|10:05-10:25||Sima Ramratnam, MD||Relationships between Early Exposures and Childhood Rhinitis Trajectories in an Early Life Birth Cohort|
|10:25-10:45||Tony Garcia-Prats, MD||Innovative clinical trial design to improve the treatment of tuberculosis in children.|
|10:45-11:05||Awni Al-Subu, MD||Hypovitaminosis and Vitamin C Deficiency in Critically Ill Pediatric Patients Undergoing Cardiopulmonary Bypass|
|11:05-11:15||10 Minute Break|
|11:15-11:35||Sarah Webber, MD||A pediatrician driven approach to understanding the physician well-being construct|
|11:35-11:55||Brian Williams, MD||E-cigarettes: Addressing Research Priorities as Use Rapidly Evolves|
|11:55-12:25||Becky Bound||Updates from the Research Administration Team|
Research Week Keynote I 1:00-1:30 PM via Zoom
Speaker: Ellen Wald, MD
Title: “My Personal Journey”
Platform Presentations I 1:30-3:00 PM via Zoom
Schedule & Speakers:
|1:30-1:45||Hannah Schumacher, MD
Tyler Sternhagen, MD
|Reducing time to enteral feeding during HFNC use for bronchiolitis|
|1:45-2:00||Aisha Ansar, MBBS||Sharp Rise in New-Onset Pediatric Diabetes During the Covid-19 Pandemic|
|2:00-2:15||Narmin Mukhtarova, MD||Atopic phenotype is influenced by biological sex and iron deficiency at birth|
|2:15-2:30||Diane Brown, MD||Improvements in post-operative cardiac surgery arrhythmia identification using the Atriamp signals|
|2:30-2:45||April Hall, PhD, MS, CGC||Improved Insurance Coverage of Exome Sequencing in an Outpatient Medical Genetics Clinic Leads to Increases in Diagnoses and Positively Impacts Clinical Management|
|2:45-3:00||Elizabeth Mann, MD||Delivering Advancements in the Lives of Youth with Type 2 Diabetes (DAILY T2D): a quality improvement initiative to address disparities and provide quality, individualized care|
View Virtual Posters and Abstracts I 3:00-3:30 PM
Virtual Poster Sessions I 3:30-5:00 PM via Zoom
In support of improving patient care, the University of Wisconsin–Madison ICEP is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.
American Medical Association (AMA)
The University of Wisconsin–Madison ICEP designates this live webinar activity for a maximum of 8.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
The University of Wisconsin–Madison ICEP, as a member of the University Professional & Continuing Education Association (UPCEA), authorizes this program for .875 CEUs or 8.75 hours.
Past Research Week Highlights and Presentations
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The Department of Pediatrics 2021 Spring Research Day was held on May 28, 2021.
Four lectures, ten faculty research vignettes, six oral presentations, 52 poster presentations, and a cumulative total of 725 attendees made up the Department of Pediatrics’ Annual Research Week, which took place virtually from May 26-29, 2020. The live-streamed format – which was in response to COVID-19 and physical distancing guidelines – expanded the annual celebration of scholarship beyond the walls of the Health Sciences Learning Center and allowed members of the School of Medicine and Public Health community and anyone interested in the latest advances in pediatric research to attend the lectures and earn up to 9.5 CME credits. Nearly 100 individuals attended the presentations each day, with 125 individuals attending Thursday’s distinguished Gerard B. Odell Lecture and Pediatric Grand Rounds and close to 140 people attending the virtual poster presentations on Friday. View the Research Week 2020 posters and abstracts.
The Department of Pediatrics 2019 Spring Research Day was held on May 31, 2019. It included 80 abstracts by faculty, fellows, residents and students. Of these, 31 (39%) had been presented at the Pediatric Academic Society (PAS) meeting: 28 as poster presentations and three as platform presentations.
The Department of Pediatrics 2018 Spring Research Day was held on June 1, 2018. It included 90 abstracts by faculty, fellows and residents. Of these, 55 (61%) were accepted at the Pediatric Academic Society (PAS) meeting: 44 as poster presentations, 10 as platform presentations and one as a workshop.
The Department of Pediatrics 2017 Spring Research Day was held on May 12, 2017. It included 71 abstracts by faculty, fellows and residents. Of these, 25 (35%) were accepted at the Pediatric Academic Society (PAS) meeting: 13 as poster presentations, 10 as platform presentations and two as workshops.
The Department of Pediatrics 2016 Spring Research Day was held on May 13, 2016. It included 59 abstracts by faculty, fellows and residents. Of these, 24 (41%) were accepted at the Pediatric Academic Society (PAS) meeting: 18 as poster sessions and six as oral presentations.
The Department of Pediatrics 2015 Spring Research Day was held on May 8, 2015. It included:
- Six oral presentations by faculty, fellows and residents; and
- 31 poster presentations in the HSLC atrium, 17 (56%) of which were accepted at the Pediatric Academic Societies’ annual meeting (12 as posters; 5 as oral presentations).
The Department of Pediatrics 2014 Spring Research Day was held on Friday, April 11, 2014. It included:
- “45 Years of Cancer Immunotherapy Research: A Journey of Persistence, Luck, Mentors, Colleagues and Students,” a Grand Rounds presentation by Paul Sondel, MD, PhD;
- “In Plain Sight: Using Administrative Data for Clinical Research,” a keynote presentation by M. Bruce Edmonson, MD, MPH;
- Six oral presentations by faculty, fellows, staff and residents; and
- 40 poster presentations in the HSLC atrium.
The Department of Pediatrics 2013 Spring Research Day was held on Friday, April 12, 2013. The event included a keynote presentation, “Contributions of Clinical Geneticists to Genetics Research: A Personal Reflection” by Phil Giampietro, MD, PhD; seven oral presentations by faculty, fellows, and residents; and 46 poster presentations in the HSLC atrium.
The Department of Pediatrics 2012 Spring Research Day was held on Friday, April 13, 2012. The event included a keynote presentation, “Navigating Canoes and Careers,” by James Gern, MD; five oral presentations by faculty, fellows, and residents; and 44 poster presentations in the HSLC atrium.