Scientific posters selected for live presentation at the 2020 Indiana CTSI Annual Meeting

August 27, 2020

Out of 65 video submissions, 50 scientific posters will be presented live during the 2020 Indiana CTSI Annual Meeting . Those who have been selected will deliver two-minute live presentations of their research during the meeting and answer any audience questions for up to three minutes per presentation.

The selected posters highlight research across the translational spectrum from basic science to community implementation and policy, including some related to the COVID-19 pandemic, and addressing health inequities and racial disparities.

The virtual poster presentations during the annual meeting will occur as ten concurrent breakout rooms, with five presenters selected for each room. Annual meeting participants will be able to choose which breakout room they want to join during the live session.

A recorded version of the scientific poster presentations will be available to view on the Indiana CTSI website ahead of the annual meeting to give participants more insight into which poster session they would like to attend.

MedSTAR Scientific Posters

  • Christina Huang, MS, IU School of Medicine – Simultaneous inhibition of p65 (NF-κB, RelA) and PDK2 Increases Cytotoxicity and Radiation-induced Cell Killing of Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma
  • Nimisha Kumar – Priority-setting for Cochrane Review Updates with Clinicians and Consumers
  • Daniel Romano, IU School of Medicine – Single-cell RNA-sequencing analysis of human inner ear organoids using AutoClustR: A computational tool for unbiased cell type discovery

IMPRS Scientific Posters

  • Justin Couetil, IU School of Medicine – MOBILE clinical trial Autologous Bone Marrow Cell Therapy Reduces Opioid Dependence in Patients with Critical Limb Threatening Ischemia
  • Ryan Kokoska, IU School of Medicine – The Role of Alcohol in Hippocampal Calcium Channel (Cav1.2) expression
  • Cameron Snapp, IU School of Medicine – Exploratory Analysis of COVID-19 Case Demographics in Gary, Indiana

TL1 Predoc Scientific Posters

  • Ali Camara, Purdue University – HYPE-mediated AMPylation as a novel therapeutic target for neurodegeneration
  • Hannah Corman, University of Notre Dame – Investigation of a Series of 1,4-diaryl-pyrazolo-pyridinones as Anti-Leishmanial Agents
  • Grant Keller, University of Notre Dame – Determinants of Peptide-MHC Antigenicity for the Development of Personalized/Multiple Peptide Vaccines
  • Brianna Kiefer, MS – Obtaining Objective Clinical Measures in Tele-Evaluations of Dysarthria
  • Sarah Libring, Purdue University – Mesenchymal Breast Cancer Cells Modulate Extracellular Fibronectin Levels to Enhance Metastatic Outgrowth
    Sarah Lipp, Purdue University – Elastin-microfibril axis proteins form transient 3D structures during murine nephrogenesis
  • Jheel Patel, IU School of Medicine – Silencing of the neuronal nitric oxide synthase gene in the basolateral amygdala impairs cued fear memory consolidation
  • Edmond Rogers, Purdue University – TBI-on-a-chip: Linking physical impact to neurodegeneration by deciphering primary and secondary injury mechanisms
  • David Sohutskay, Purdue University – Computational Modeling of Dermal Replacement Therapy for Difficult-to-Heal Wounds
  • Ebony Williams, MS, IU School of Medicine – Enrollment of Diverse Populations in the INGENIOUS Clinical Trial

TL1 Postdoc Scientific Posters

  • Jesus Alonso, PhD, University of Notre Dame – Insights from an in vitro derived T Cell Receptor 
  • Angela Campbell, MPH, PhD, IU School of Medicine – Pharmacologic Therapy Among Opioid Exposed Infants: Disparities by Race 
  • Andy Chen, PhD, IU School of Medicine – High-throughput Reporter Assay Reveals Functional Impact of 3′-UTR SNPs Associated with Neurological and Psychiatric Disorders
  • Francesca Duncan, MD, MS, IU School of Medicine – Health Disparities in Lung Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment: A Single Center Retrospective Study from a Central Indiana Hospital
  • Kimberly Fine, PhD, Indiana University-Bloomington – Association Between Early Prescribed Opioid Initiation and Risk of Suicidal Behavior

KL2 Scientific Posters

  • Ephrem Abebe, PhD, Purdue University – Medication Use Safety During Care Transitions for Children with Medical Complexity
  • Michael Bushey, PhD, IU School of Medicine – Collaborative Care for Opioid Dependence And Pain (CCODAP)
  • Andrea Cohee, PhD, RN, Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis – Building a Cancer-Related Self-Efficacy Tool for Partners of Breast Cancer Survivors Using Qualitative Interviews
  • Allyson Dir, PhD, IU School of Medicine – Feasibility of Parent Navigators for Parents of Justice-Involved Youth
  • Heba Ismail, MD, Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis – Evaluating the Effect of Prebiotics on the Gut Microbiome Profile and β-cell Function in Newly-Diagnosed Type 1 Diabetes
  • Danielle Janosevic, DO, IU School of Medicine – Proximal Tubular S3 Cells Expressing Angiotensinogen Localize to the Outer Stripe of the Outer Medulla
  • Monica Kasting, PhD, Purdue University – Developing a Multilevel Intervention to Increase Hepatitis C Virus Screening of Baby Boomers in Primary Care 
  • Jennifer Maratt, IU School of Medicine – Low-risk Adenoma Surveillance Decision-making: Perspectives from Patients and Providers
  • April Savoy, PhD, Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis – Closing the Cross-institutional Referral Loop: Assessing consultant notes

Other Scientific Posters

  • Nathan Alves, PhD, IU School of Medicine – Real-World Implementation of UV N95 Mask Decontamination in the Hospital Setting
  • Blessed Winston Arul Dhas, MD, IU School of Medicine – Population pharmacokinetics of R and S methadone in children undergoing major surgery
  • Hanisha Battina, IU School of Medicine – Impacts of Type II Diabetes and BMP-2 in Lung Endothelial Cells for Fracture Healing
  • Jose Chimelisii-Santiago, MS, IU School of Medicine – Gender Differences in Impulsivity on Youth at Risk for Substance Use Disorders 
  • Lisa Hayes, JD, R.E.D. (Reaching to End Disparities) Alliance – Tracking the Process of Treatment Seeking in Breast Cancer Patients
  • Jordan Hill, PhD, IU School of Medicine – Remotely Delivering a Medication Safety Intervention during a Global Pandemic
  • Heather Kelker, MD, IU School of Medicine – Longitudinal Emergency Medicine Provider Burnout and Wellness During the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Jake Lazarus, MHA, IU School of Medicine – The Indiana CTSI PPE Project: A Conduit Between Innovation and Need in the COVID-19 Crisis
  • Heidi Lindroth, IU School of Medicine – Delirium Incidence, Duration and Severity in Critically Ill Patients with COVID-19
  • Xiao Liu, PhD, Purdue University – Computational Model of Ebolavirus Matrix Protein Assembly Phospholipid Influence on Production of Viral Particles
  • Tarunendu Mapder, PhD, IU School of Medicine – Innate and Adaptive Immune Response to SARS-CoV-2 Infection Play Major Role in Disease Severity
  • Deepa Mathew, IU School of Medicine – Circadian Rhythm Disruption Results in Visual Dysfunction 
  • Fahmi Mesmar, Indiana University-Bloomington – Adipocyte differentiation and/or lipid accumulation are induced by commonly used pesticides in Indiana
  • Janet Panoch, PhD, IU School of Medicine – Doctors and Patients and Parents, Oh My!: A Translational Case Study with Diverse Stakeholders for a Patient Decision Aid from Development to Implementation
  • Kaustabh Sarkar, Purdue University – Radioluminescent nanoparticles for combination chemoradiotherapy of locally advanced head and neck cancers
  • Badhu Sivasubramaniam, Purdue University – Antimicrobial photodynamic therapy of Staphylococcus aureus using non-iron hemin analogs
  • Michael Stokes, Waveform Communication, LLC – Utilization of Speech Analysis as a Diagnostic Tool to Objectively Evaluate Early Signs of Medical Conditions and Recovery
  • Kevin Van der Jeught, PhD, IU School of Medicine – ST2 as checkpoint target for colorectal cancer immunotherapy
  • Dhushyanth Viswanath, Purdue University – Bilirubin-Coated Radio-Luminescent Particles for Radiation-Induced Photodynamic Therapy
  • Catherine Weathered, Purdue University – Mycobacterium avium Infection in the Lungs: An Agent-based model showing the Effects of Bacterial Phenotypes and Biofilm
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