94 Evaluating Quality in Burn Care: Limitations of the Nationwide Readmission Database
N J Prindeze, BS, M M McLawhorn, RN, T E T...
American Burn Association: 51st Annual Meeting in Las Vegas, NV
April 3, 2019
US Provisional Patent Application, Pending:
Shupp JW, Prindeze NJ, Moffatt LT: SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR IDENTIFYING BURN WOUND CONVERSION (Serial No. 1...
April 25, 2018
Assessment of Coagulation Homeostasis in Blunt, Penetrating, and Thermal Trauma: Guidance for a Multicenter Systems Biology Approach.
Shupp JW, Brummel...
Manuscripts and Publications
September 15, 2019
7th Annual George M. Kober Student Research Day
April 27, 2018
Kimberly Johnson was recently acknowledged for her Independent Scholarly Project (ISP) from Georgetown University School of Medicine at the 7th Annual George M. Kober Student Research Day. She was awarded first place in the presentation competition for her research on Coagulopathy and Transfusion in Burn Patients.
Dr. Timpone, Associate Dean for Student Research remarked,"It was well received by your classmates and the faculty judges were equally impressed. The type of work demonstrated in your presentation truly embodies the spirit of the ISP. Your success with your research project will hopefully encourage you to continue to incorporate scientific investigation into your future career."