Residents' Research Accomplishments
Pediatric Resident Research Committee
The Pediatric Residency Program at Children’s Mercy is committed to providing research opportunities and mentorship support for research to pediatric residents. The Resident Research Committee functions as an oversight committee for resident research with the goal to match interested residents with research mentors.
Additionally, the committee provides education for residents interested in research and works with the Children’s Mercy Research Institute to collaborate on resources to maximize research success.
Great Catch Program
The “Great Catch” Program is a Children’s Mercy safety initiative that encourages individuals to say something, do something, and report something to keep our patients safe. The following residents had Great Catches in 2015-16 and were recognized by leadership with a “Great Catch” award:
- Julie Dhossche, MD
- Joshua Herigon, MD
- Robin Lund, MD
- Emily Paprocki, DO
- Adam Van Mason, MD
- Mark Woolley, MD
Resident Posters and Presentations
- Butler D, Newland J, and Molitor-Kirsch – Poster: ECMO Associated Bacteremia in Children, Infectious Diseases Society of America, October 2015, San Diego, Calif.
- Commers T – Poster: Effect of Clinical Practice Guideline Implementation on Febrile Infant Evaluation and Management. Midwest Society for Pediatric Research, October 2015, Kansas City, Mo.; and Infectious Diseases Society of America, October 2015, San Diego, Calif.
- Commers T – Poster: Assessing the Impact of Electronic Order Sets and Algorithm Implementation on Clinician Practice Patterns in the Management of Febrile Infants. Infectious Diseases Society of America, October 2015, San Diego, Calif.
- Hussain W – Presentation: Timing of Surfactant Administration in the Late Preterm and Term Neonate with Respiratory Distress Syndrome Requiring Inter-Facility Transport, American Academy of Pediatrics, October 2015, Washington D.C. (AAP Section on Transport Medicine BestIn-Training Paper).
- Hussain W – Poster: Steroid Refractory Chronic Eosinophilic Pneumonia in a Child, Academic Pediatric Association - Region 6, September 2015, Kansas City, Kan. Johansen K – Poster: Autoimmune Primary Adrenal Insufficiency Associated with Aseptic Meningitis from Tick– Borne Infection, Academic Pediatric Association – Region 6, September 2015, Kansas City, Kan.
- Keshary M – Poster: Incidence of Arrhythmia in Children Receiving Dexmedetomidine after Congenital Heart Disease Repair, Society of Critical Care Medicine, February 2016, Orlando, Fla.
- Odhav A and Raje N – Poster: Acquired Angioedema as Initial Manifestation of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus, American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, November 2015, San Antonio, Texas.
- Odhav A, Ciaccio C, Dowling – Poster: Barriers To Treatment With Epinephrine For Anaphylaxis by School Nurses, American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology, September 2015, Kansas City, Kan.
- Sims T – Poster: ICU Outcomes of Children Requiring Tracheostomy after Cardiac Surgery: Analysis of VPS LLC Database, Society of Critical Care Medicine, February 2016, Orlando, Fla.
- Spectorsky K and Watts J – Presentation: Resident EBM Experience, Pediatric Academic Societies, May 2016, Baltimore, Md.
- Spectorsky K and Watts J – Poster: Characterization of Online Resources for Global Health Self-Education, Association of Pediatric Program Directors, April 2016, New Orleans, La.
- Julie Dhossche, MD, and Emily Paprocki, MD Ulrich T, Hansen TP, Reid KJ, Bingler MA, Olsen SL – Poster: Post-Ligation Cardiac Syndrome is Associated with Increased
- Morbidity in Preterm Infants, Pediatric Academic Societies, April 2016, Washington, D.C.
- Winningham G, Nadler C, Newmaster M, Low-Kapalu C, Pham L, Williams K, Rahm G, Nyp S – Poster: Primary Care Autism Screening Errors Associated with Child Race/Ethnicity, Pediatric Academic Societies, May 2016, Baltimore, Md.
- Winningham G, Estrellado, W – Poster: Microscopic Polyangiitis, a Rare Pediatric Case, CHEST, October 2015, Montreal, Canada.
- Winningham G – Poster: Retrospective Analysis of Guanfacine Use in Very Young Children, Academic Pediatric Association – Region 6, September 2015, Kansas City, Kan.
- Zahr R,Yee M, Weave J, Twombley K, Bou Matar R, Aviles D, Sreedharan R, Rheault M, Malatesta Muncher M, Stone H, Srivastava T, and Greenbaum L – Poster: Biopsy Findings in Pediatric Patients with Sickle Cell Disease: A Midwest Pediatric Nephrology Consortium Study (with) Pediatric Academic Societies, May 2016, Baltimore, Md.
- Guimier A, Gabriel GC, Bajolle F, Tsang M, Liu H, Noll A, Schwartz M, El Malti R, Smith LD, Klena NT, Jimenez G, Miller NA, Oufadem M, Moreau de Bellaing A, Yagi H, Saunders CJ, Baker CN, Di Filippo S, Peterson KA, Thiffault I, Bole-Feysot C, Cooley LD, Farrow EG, Masson C, Schoen P, Deleuze JF, Nitschké P, Lyonnet S, de Pontual L, Murray SA, Bonnet D, Kingsmore SF, Amiel J, Bouvagnet P, Lo CW, Gordon CT. MMP21 is Mutated in Human Heterotaxy and is Required for Normal Left-Right Asymmetry in Vertebrates. Nature Genetics. 2015 Nov; 47(11):1260-3.
- Johansen K and Newman R. Lead Toxicity: Not Just an Old Problem-What Lead Levels Should be Concerning Today? The LINK Children’s Mercy. 2015 Aug; 7(8).
- Patel A, Schmidt A, Jackson MA. Visual Diagnosis: 20-month-old Boy with a One-Day History of Fever and Cough. Pediatrics in Review. 2015 Jul; 36(7).