Congratulations to the trainees below, who will present their research abstracts on the following dates:
- Bibhav Acharya, MD (mentored by Erick Hung, MD) – “The Role of Continued Medical Education (CME) in Addressing Grand Challenges of Global Mental Health: Results from a Pilot Study in Rural Nepal” (April 7)
- Melissa Hagan, PhD, MPH (mentored by Alicia Lieberman, PhD) – “Symptoms of Dissociation in a High-Risk Sample of Young Children Exposed to Interpersonal Trauma: Prevalence, Correlates and Contributors” (April 7)
- Allison Kaup, PhD (mentored by Kristine Yaffe, MD) – “Traumatic Brain Injury and Risk of Dementia: A Novel Video Game to Assess and Improve Cognition in Older Adults with TBI” (June 2)
- Christopher Stauffer, MD (mentored by Joshua Woolley, MD, PhD) – “The Effects of Chronic Oxytocin in Cocaine and Opioid-Dependent Patients Receiving Methadone Maintenance” (June 2)
Now in its second year, the Trainee Research Award annually selects trainees conducting notable and advanced research through a competitive application process. In addition to presenting their scholarship and research at Grand Rounds events, the recipients will receive additional mentorship and guidance from faculty, the opportunity to discuss their work with department leadership, and special recognition at graduation.