Clinical Research Posters

Clinical Research Posters

These posters present aggregate clinical data from studies involving human subjects. The data can be the presenter’s or obtained from a literature review. Alternatively, these posters can focus on quality patient improvement research including efforts or results that support safer, higher quality, more accessible, equitable, and/or affordable health care.

Posters in the Technology Room Posters in the Alma Mater Room
C1 Comparison of Advanced Intraocular Lens Selection for Cataract Surgery C2 Limits and Applications of Anterior Chamber Depth Measurements Following Cataract Surgery
C3 Development of a Biomarker and EMR-based Sepsis Stratification System C4 Utilizing Machine Learning Approaches to Understand the Interrelationship of Diet, the Human Gastrointestinal Microbiome, and Health
C5 Utilization of Stool Calprotectin at Carle Foundation Hospital C6 Perceived Onset of Obesity in Sleeve Gastrectomy Candidates
C7 A Retrospective Assessment of Adverse Outcomes and Analgesic Relief Following the Hanging Drop and Loss of Resistance Cervical Epidural Steroid Injection Techniques C8 UniversIOL, a Next Generation Tool for Advanced Cataract Surgery
C9 Gastrointestinal Microbial Changes Following Whole Grain Barley and Oat Consumption in Healthy Men and Women C10 The Enormous Frequency of Misdiagnosis of Migraine vs. Cervicogenic Headaches Based on ICHD-III Diagnostic Criteria, and a Gigantic Opportunity to Offer Interventional Treatment for Intractable Medication Unresponsive Chronic Headaches
 C11 Dietary Comparisons Between Mexican and American College-aged Adults  C12 Transcriptomic Analysis of Sex Differences in Vulnerability to Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
C13 Impact of Almond Consumption on the Composition of the Gastrointestinal Microbiota of Healthy Adult Men and Women  C14 Gray Matter Thickness of Inferior Frontal Cortex Mediates the Relationship Between Phosphatidylcholine and Executive Functions in Healthy, Older Adults
C15 Magnetic Resonance Elastography of the Hippocampus in Mesial Temporal Sclerosis: Initial Results
CME Credit

Physician attendees will receive 0.75 CME credits.

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