2002 Scholarship Projects
All residents must complete a scholarship project during their residencies. Projects can be detail case reports,or clinical studies. All projects are performed with the supervision of a faculty member, and the final results are presented at a Noon Conference and at the Annual Rochester General Hospital Scientific Presentation Day.
Are We Compliant with the Recommended Screening Foot Examination in Our Diabetic Patient Population?
Jamila S. Bhatti, MD
Palliative Care in CHF Patients
Anjum Burki, MD
Is Code Status Addressed in In-Patients at RGH?
Seema Dahake, MD
The Relationship Between Cognitive Function and Code Status in a Frail Elderly Population
Kristin Humphreys, MD
Outcomes of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation in Rochester General Hospital
Anna Iouchkovskaia, MD
Effectiveness of Platelet Glycoprotein 2B/3A Agents Used Prior to Or After Compromise In Blood Flow In Patients Undergoing PTCA
Amer Yar Kahn, MD
The Effect of Provider Stability on Cervical Cancer Screening Rates in a Medical Outpatient Clinic
Zsuzsanna Marchl, MD
Serologic Markers of Inflammatory Bowel Disease: A Comparison of Diagnostic Value in Adults and Children
Sandeep Munjal, MD
High Dose Therapy for Multiple Myeloma. Data of Single Institution Experience, 1992-2001.
Leonid Shunyakov, MD
Smoking Cessation Counseling. Are we doing enough?
Arseen Soliman, MD
The Incidence and Risk Factors of Contrast Nephropathy in Cardiac Catheterization in Patients with Chronic Renal Insufficiency: A Retrospective Cohort Study
Xiaomei Sun, MD
Assessment of Pain Documentation By Housestaff: How Well Are We Doing?
Nikhil Uppal, MD