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Perelman SOM at the U of Penn MD/PhD Info Session

Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania This will be a panel featuring current Perelman MD/PhD candidates and Skip Brass, Director of Perelman's MD/PhD Program Program…

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Evidence-Based Equity: A Quantitative Comparison of Patient Care by Race at Princeton University Health Services, Meghana Bhupati ,UG '26, Cole Strupp, UG '26, Angel Ndubisi, UG '26, Dharmil Bhavsar, UG '26, (EC15EBF2)

Studies have shown that racial minorities are less likely to utilize primary healthcare and more likely to express mistrust and dissatisfaction in some healthcare settings. We sought to determine…

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Racial Bias in Predictive Modeling of Triage Scores, Alexandra Jerdee, UG '25 (07E047BB)

Emergency departments in hospitals worldwide employ triage to determine the urgency of care for incoming patients. Patients are assigned a score that dictates how quickly they are seen. Properly…

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Boom or Bust: Unleashing Butyrate BOMBcoli™ with Engineered E. Coli to Tackle Food Allergies, George Kopf V, UG '27, Daniel Tu, UG '27, Emma Schrier, UG '27 (867207B2)

The native ecosystem of the intestinal microbiome provides an excellent setting to deploy engineered, probiotic bacteria for a variety of therapeutic cases. In this proposal, we suggest the…

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Studying Rapid Response & Continuous EEG Resource Utilization in the Hospital Setting, Sharv Dave, UG '25 (7348B209)

Electroencephalography (EEG) is a tool utilized in in-patient and outpatient hospital settings for the screening, diagnosis, and maintenance of neurological disorders including epilepsy. While a…

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Intra-host HIV-1 Evolutionary Dynamics in Antiretroviral Therapy-Experienced People: A Systematic Review of Longitudinal Clinical Studies, Sarah Mirae Choi, UG '24 (F4573D0A)

The Joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS has aimed for 95% of people living with HIV (PLHIV) to have received their diagnosis, 95% of diagnosed PLHIV to have accessed treatment, and 95% of these…

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NJ AI Summit - AI for Health

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Council of the Humanities "Severe Brain Injury, Neuroethics, and Disability Rights: Why the Sciences and Humanities must be in Conversation"

Advances in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of consciousness heighten the possibility of recovery but also raise value questions that require more than scientific expertise. To address the…

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Brazil Lab: "The Madmen's Revolt - Agency and Insubordination at Brazil's National Hospital for the Insane" (11.1.2023)

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PLI Olga Troyanskaya

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University of Michigan School of Medicine Information Session

Dr. Deb Berman, Interim Assistant Dean of Admissions at U Mich, will join us to talk what U Mich has to offer and what they're looking for in future trainees. Learn about U Mich

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Improving CAR T Cell Immunotherapy Response to Diffuse Large B Cell Lymphomas: A Characterization of Metabolic Heterogeneity Across Tumor Models, Tristan Szapary, UG '24 (2278893)

Diffuse Large B Cell Lymphoma (DLBCL) is a prevalent form of blood cancer, with a devasting survival rate of three years. Current treatments begin with aggressive chemotherapy, yet a percentage of…

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What Seems to be the Problem? Stigmatizing Language in Patient Medical Notes, Abinitha Gourabathina, UG '23 (2262024)

Stigmatizing language in medical notes can prevent a patient from acquiring proper treatment. Reading medical notes containing biased language can influence subsequent clinicians’ perception of…

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Meta, Moamen Elmassry, PD (2266360)

Trillions of bacteria live in our intestines. This community of microbes is called the gut microbiota. The gut microbiota is a rich source of small molecules. While the majority of gut…

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Undergoing, Healing From, and Treating Trauma: The Experience Of Being Both a Holocaust Survivor and a Mental Health Professional, Julie Hannah Levey, UG '24 (2268875)

Man’s Search for Meaning, by Dr. Viktor Frankl, and The Choice: Embrace the Possible, by Dr. Edith Eva Eger are two Holocaust testimony narratives written by mental health professionals. While…

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Humanistic Design Speaker Series: "Beyond the Cyborg Imaginary: Neuroprosthetic Limbs and Embodied Science-in-the-Making"_Alexandra_Middleton_Lecture_1

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