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 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. Poster presentation.
A Multi-Modal Assessment of Melanin and Melanocyte Activity in Abnormally Pigmented Hypertrophic Scar. Taryn E. Travis, MD, Pejhman Ghassemi, PhD, Jessica C. Ramella-Roman, PhD,Nicholas J. Prindeze, BS, Dereck W. Paul, BS, Lauren T. Moffatt, PhD, Marion H. Jordan, MD, FACS, Jeffrey W. Shupp, MD. Podium presentation.
Concomitant Trauma in Patients of the National Burn Repository. Taryn E. Travis, MD, Lauren T. Moffatt, PhD, Marion H. Jordan, MD, FACS, Jeffrey W. Shupp, MD. Podium presentation.
Factors Impacting the Likelihood of Death in Patients with Small TBSA Burns. Taryn E. Travis, MD, Lauren T. Moffatt, PhD, Marion H. Jordan, MD, FACS, Jeffrey W. Shupp, MD. Podium presentation.
Taryn Travis, MD was awarded the first ever ABA Archives Committee “ABA History Manuscript Grant”. The recognition comes with a monetary award intended to support one year of research on the subject area described in the proposal, which is to have historical importance to burn care or the ABA. Dr. Travis’ proposal was on “Advances in Burn Care Surrounding WWII”. The resulting manuscript will be published in the Journal of Burn Care and Research and is to be presented by the author at next year’s ABA meeting.
Jeffrey Shupp, MD received the ABA Traveling Fellowship Award, which is given to the “best physician or postdoctoral fellow who has given evidence of a continuing interest and productivity in the field of burn care, teaching, or research.” The funding from the award is intended to support travel that enhances the individual’s expertise and experience in their field.