AUA 2018 Annual Meeting Abstract Awards
Margaret Wood Resident Research Award:
The $1,000 Margaret Wood Resident Research Award was presented to the author of the best research paper submitted by a resident or fellow and was selected for an oral presentation at the Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) sessions.
1146. Derivation, Validation, and Sustained Performance of a Hospital-Wide Elective Surgery Delirium Risk Tool (AWOL-S)
Elizabeth L. Whitlock, Anne L. Donovan, Matthias R. Braehler, Jennifer A. Kaplan, Emily Finlayson, Stephanie E. Rogers, Vanja C. Douglas
University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine, San Francisco, CA
Resident Travel Awards:
Two Resident Travel Awards was awarded to the top scoring resident abstracts, including a $1,000 travel award for each winner, judged by the SAB and chosen for oral presentation at the SAB sessions.
1153. The pro-apoptotic protein BAX is necessary for neuron death associated with exposure to isoflurane general anesthesia in a neonatal mouse model
Andrew Slupe1, Laura E. Villasana2, Kevin Wright3
1Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, OR, 2OHSU, Portland, OR, 3Vollum Institute, Portland, United States of America
151. Extracellular miRNAs and Innate Immune Activation Following Polytraumatic Injury in Mice
Andrew O. Suen, Sheng Wang, Olivia Conn, Lin Zou, Rosemary Kozar, Catriona Miller, Wei Chao
University of Maryland, Baltimore, Baltimore, MD
Junior Faculty Travel Awards in Pediatric Anesthesia or Perioperative Medicine:
Two $500 Junior Faculty Travel Awards in the specific area of pediatric anesthesia or perioperative medicine, emphasizing the work of academic anesthesiologists at the beginning of their careers, was chosen for oral presentation at the SAB sessions.
1124. Unplanned Postoperative Intubation in Infant and Neonatal Surgical Patients: Predictors and Associated Mortality
Lisa Eisler1, Minjae Kim1, Fatemah Mamdani1, May Hua1, Guohua Li2, Lena Sun1
1Columbia University Medical Center, New York, NY, 2Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, Mailman School of Public Health, New York, NY
1408. Echocardiographic Assessment using Subxiphoid-only view (EASy) compared to Focused Transthoracic Echocardiography (FoTE) in the perioperative period: A multicenter prospective study
Kevin Emr1, Nibras Bughrara2, Johnathan R. Renew3, Jose Diaz-Gomez3, Kirti Sahu1, Kevin Roberts2
1Albany Medical Center, Albany, NY, 2Albany Medical College, Albany, NY, 3Mayo Clinic Florida, Jacksonville, FL
Junior Faculty Research Awards:
Two Junior Faculty Research Awards, emphasizing the work of academic anesthesiologists at the beginning of their careers, was chosen for oral presentation at the SAB sessions.
1314. Pharmacological calcium/calmodulin-dependent protein kinase (CaMKII) Inhibition Protects Against Purkinje Cell Damage Following Cardiac Arrest and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation in Mice
Nidia Quillinan, Nicholas Chalmers, Katie Steklac, Paco Herson
University of Colorado Denver, Aurora, CO
1227. Concurrent Surgery and Perioperative Outcomes: A Retrospective Analysis from the Multicenter Perioperative Outcomes Group
Eric Sun1, Michelle Mello1, Christopher Rishel1, Shelley Housey2, Sachin Kheterpal2, Leif Saager2, Lee A. Fleisher3, Anupam Jena4
1Stanford University, Stanford, CA, 2University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 3University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 4Harvard University, Boston, MA