Recent Resident Scholarly Activity
Al-HIlli A, Mathes J, Kerney J, Alter AA. The Shock and Awe of Systemic Capillary Leak Syndrome, abstractt and poster presentation, Chest Annual Meeting October 2023; Honolulu, HI
Iyer J, Doctor D, Mathes J. The Perfect Cloudy Storm, Maine American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Annual Meeting April 2023; Rockport, ME
Lazur S, Murray L. The Calm Before the Storm: Undertreated Graves' disease presenting with GI distress and AKI, Maine American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Annual Meeting April 2023; Rockport, ME
Tsui C, Chadwick K, Snydman L, Chatalbash A, Liu A, Hudak N, Bullis E. Navigating Microaggressions in the Hospital: Creating Allyship and Empowerment in Medical Students. Society of Hospital Medicine Converge. Austin, TX. March 2023
Behmer, R.G., Thomas, R.S., and Jarawan, H.T. Urticarial Rash in a Patient with Alpha-Gal Syndrome Caused by Subcutaneous Heparin at Prophylactic Dosing: A Case Report, Journal of Maine Medical Center: Vol. 4 : Iss. 2 , Article 9. (2022)
Tsui C, Chadwick K, Snydman L, Chatalbash A, Liu A, Hudak N, Bullis E. Navigating Microaggressions in the Hospital: Creating Allyship and Empowerment in Medical Students. Society of Hospital Medicine District 1 Regional Scientific Abstract Competition. Virtual. November 2022
R. Rothwell, K Diamond-Falk, “A 24 year old with Esophageal Mass and Cavitary Lung Lesion” SGIM 2022 New England Regional Meeting, Boston, MA, September 2022
Onderko L, Prajapati B, Craig L, Morgan E. Takotsubo’s Cardiomyopathy: Clinical Characteristics in the Rural State of Maine, Costas T. Lambrew Research Retreat, Portland, ME, May 2022
Prajapati B, Onderko L, Chandler D, Francis S. Social Determinants of Care in the Cardiology Fellow’s Clinic, Costas T. Lambrew Research Retreat, Portland, ME, May 2022.
A Gagnon, G DeOliveira, R Behmer, L McElwain: ALCAPA: A Heart Breaking Cause of FTT, Maine American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Annual Meeting April 2022; Rockport, ME
Kornkven A, Diamond-Falk K, Felix, B, Schaumburg J, Nuki G "Development of an Immigrant Health Elective", Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine Week 2022 in Charlotte, NC. April 10-13, 2022
Vance JC, Onderko L, Afari ME, Francis SA. Double jeopardy: An unusual case of myocarditis following ICI-associated dermatopathy. ACC Annual Meeting, April 2022; Washington, DC.
Prajapati BB, Monti J. Myopia in the Diagnosis of Marfan Syndrome: An Important Early Sign of a Systemic Condition. Cureus. 2022 Mar 30;14(3):e23651
Prajapati BB, Filippi A, Sears EH. Chronic Joint Pain in a Young Adult With Cystic Fibrosis. Cureus. 2021 Aug 16;13(8):e17229.
Hidu, E. Tooth Triage: Disparities in Dental Health, Lecture, Maine Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics Spring Educational Series, May 2021.
Rizzolo K, Lena S, Jabe M, Schaumburg J, Vakil-Gilani, K, Rebusi, N, Stade D, Nadeau, Toma N, King B, Gordon L. Community as Medicine: Creation of a Trauma-Informed Yoga Program for Female Immigrants in the Primary Care Setting. Journal of Maine Medical Center, 3:1, January 2021.
Morgan, E., Micronutrient Deficiency in IBD; An Underappreciated Complication. Maine ACP Annual Meeting, Portland, ME, October 2020;
Hidu, E. Think Zebras: A 43 yo Woman with Recurrent Pneumonia, Lecture, Maine Chapter of the American College of Physician's Annual Meeting, Portland, ME, September 2020.
Schaumburg J, Armstrong B, Janis J, McAuliffe A, Thakarar K. Trends in Infective Endocarditis: Assessing the impact of an inpatient addiction medicine consult service. Costas T. Lambrew Research Retreat, May 2020.
Rizzolo K, Jaber M, Schaumburg J, Vakil-Gilani, K, Rebusi N. Evaluation of a Resident-Driven Trauma Sensitive Yoga Program for Female Immigrant Primary Care Patients. Costas T. Lambrew Research Retreat, May 2020.
Subba H, McKenna A, Wirth J. Evaluation of Serial Biomarkers in Intermediate Risk Acute Pulmonary Embolism Patients (BioPE): A Pilot Prospective Observational Study, Costas T. Lambrew Research Retreat, May 2020.
Schaumburg J, Member, American Society of Addiction Medicine COVID-19 Task Force, Caring for Patients During the COVID-19 Pandemics: Infection Control and Mitigation Strategies in Residential Treatment Facilities. April 2020.
MaineHealth Institute for Research (MHIR) specializes in the biomedical application of molecular and cellular analysis. Its mission is to provide the community with state-of-the-art early detection, diagnosis, and prognosis of cancer, cardiovascular disease, and bone and mineral disease as well as conduct hematology and immunology research. MHIR, located five miles away from the hospital campus in Scarborough, houses research and development capabilities in both basic and applied biomedical research
MHIRI activities are divided into five main working areas: platelet biology, molecular genetics, tumor biology, clinical cytometry, and immunogenetics. The Center for Molecular Medicine includes work in molecular and cellular biology, molecular genetics, molecular oncology, and vascular biology. The Biomedical Research Group conducts research in endocrinology, hematology, lipids, Lyme disease, and nephrology. Clinical laboratories include flow cytometry and molecular pathology.