American Burn Association Annual Meeting- 2014

The team attended the 46th Annual Meeting of the American Burn Association March 25-28th in Boston, MA and presented/were awarded the following: Characterization of Early Changes in Limb Compartment Pressure Following Electrical Contact Injury. N. J. Prindeze BS, B. C. Carney BS, D. W. Paul MS, D. Y. Jo BS, R. T. Ortiz MS, L. T. Moffatt PhD, J. W. Shupp MD. Poster presentation. Organ Donation from Burn-Injured Patients: A National Perspective. Taryn E. Travis, MD, Laura S. Johnson, MD, Lauren T. Moffatt, PhD, Ram M. Subramanian, MD, Marion H. Jordan, MD, FACS, Jeffrey W. Shupp, MD. Poster presentation. Colonizing Bacteria Impacts Local Host Response to Inflammation and Wound Healing for Bu

Presentation Update- March 2014

Taryn Travis, MD represented the Burn and Surgical Research team and made the following presentations in the month of March: A Multimodal Assessment of Melanin and Melanocyte Activity in Abnormally Pigmented Hypertrophic Scar. Poster Presentation. 2014 All Surgeons’ Day. Metropolitan Washington DC Chapter of the American College of Surgeons. Washington, DC. March 8, 2014. Taryn E. Travis, MD, Pejhman Ghassemi, PhD, Nicholas J. Prindeze, BS, Dereck W. Paul, BS, Lauren T. Moffatt, PhD, Jessica C. Ramella-Roman, PhD, Jeffrey W. Shupp, MD The Application of Pressure Reduces Hypertrophic Scar Pathology: A Gross, Cellular and Molecular Analysis Using a Validated Animal Model. Podium Presentation.

MedStar Health Research Symposium- 2014

The Firefighters’ Burn and Surgical Research team presented the following posters at the 3rdAnnual MedStar Health Research Symposium, held March 10th at the Sheraton, Columbia, MD: Colonizing Bacteria Impacts Local Host Response to Inflammation and Wound Healing for Burn Wounds: A Preliminary Burn Wound Microbiome Analysis. Bonnie C. Carney BS, Pranay R. Randad MS, Rachel T. Ortiz MS, Lauren T. Moffatt PhD, Jeffrey W. Shupp MD. Reduction of Multi-Drug Resistant Pathogens and Associated Virulence Factors in a Burn Wound Infection Model: Further Understanding of the Effectiveness of a Hydroconductive Dressing.Lauren T. Moffatt PhD, Rachel T. Ortiz MS, Martin C. Robson MD, Jeffrey W. Shupp MD.

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