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ATSRI hosts 13th annual Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Symposium

Images from A.T. Still Research Institute's 2021 Interdisciplinary Research Symposium.

A.T. Still Research Institute (ATSRI) recently hosted the 13th annual Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Symposium (IBRS).

Keynote addresses were delivered by Quynh Duong, PhD, and Kent Simmonds, DO-PhD, MPH. 

Brian Degenhardt, DO, ATSRI director

Research winners included:

Overall Competition Winner

Marcia Bouton, PA-C, student in A.T. Still University-Arizona School of Health Sciences (ATSU-ASHS) Doctor of Medical Science program 

“A Bibliometric Analysis of Scholarly Activity of Authors of JPAE 2011-2020”

First Runner-Up 

Mark Vincent Donato, DMD, ‘21, ATSU-Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health 

“Fracture Resistance of Chair-side CAD/CAM Lithium Disilicate Molar Crowns”

Jack Magruder Research Award

Maggie White, senior pre-medical biology major, Truman State University

“Determining the Cause of tbcd-1 (RNAi) Phenotype in C. elegans Embryos”

Neil J. Sargentini, PhD Memorial Award

Emily Everhart, OMS II, ATSU-Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine (ATSU-KCOM) 

“The Effects of Amentoflavone on Aβ40-Induced Cerebrovascular Dysfunction”

Neil J. Sargentini, PhD Memorial Award

Robert Tipton, second-year biomedical sciences student at ATSU-KCOM

“nTS Glutamatergic Signaling in a Rat Model of Alzheimer’s Disease”

Best in Case Study & Educational Research

Elizabeth Stogner, OMS II, ATSU-School of Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona

“A Rare Complication of HELLP in a Pregnant Homeless Woman: A Case Report”

Max Gutensohn Award

Baydon Hilton, DO, ’19, ATSU-KCOM, dermatological resident at Northeast Regional Medical Center in Kirksville, Missouri

“Foreign body formation due to transepithelial elimination of hernia mesh”

Best Oral Presentation

Lizzie Cremer, senior pre-medical biochemistry and molecular biology major, Truman State University, center, won Best Oral Presentation at A.T. Still Research Institute’s 13th annual Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Symposium. Cremer is pictured with Brian Degenhardt, DO, director, ATSRI, left, and Jeremy Houser, PhD, associate professor, anatomy.

Lizzie Cremer, senior pre-medical biochemistry and molecular biology major, Truman State University

“Computational Drug Design to Inhibit the Zika NS2B/NS3 Protease”

IBRS photo gallery

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