Internal Medicine Residency Program

Symposia

Annual University of Toledo Internal Medicine Research and Clinical Resident Symposium

PETER WHITE AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN SCHOLASTICS

 Dr. White obtained his college degree from Yale, M.D. degree from the University of Pennsylvania, also completed his residency in medicine and fellowship in Hematology-Oncology. In 1969, he joined MCO (Medical College Ohio) as an associate professor of medicine and was one of the founders of Internal Medicine department.  Dr. White has numerous contributions to the literature and to the community.  Dr. White is still active in teaching our residents and students. 

      First Place: 

Mohammed Al-Sarie, MD: "Effects of Mechanical Unloading on Cardiac Structure and Function"

Second Place:

Zaid Ammari, MD: “Long Term Outcomes Study of Pulmonary Embolism (LOST-PE)”

Third Place:

Shuhao Qiu, MD:  “Next generation sequencing technique in the searching of possible biomarkers of lung cancer”

Zubair Khan, MD: “Rifaxamin for prevention of spontaneous bacterial peritonitis and hepatorenal syndrome in cirrhosis: A systematic review and meta-analysis”.

 

 

 

ANNUAL WILLIAM SODEMAN PRACTICE BASED LEARNING AND IMPROVEMENT (PBLI) SYMPOSIUM 

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 Dr. William Sodeman, Professor Emeritus, Department of medicine, obtained his MD degree from the University of Pennsylvania. He trained in Internal Medicine residency and fellowship in Gastroenterology & Hepatology from the University of Michigan. Dr. Sodeman has umpteen publications to his name and is active with resident teaching and training. This award is presented each year to the best Practice Based Learning presented in the annual symposium.

First Place:  

Zaid Ammari, MD, Mohammed Ruzieh, MD, Osama Dasa, MD, Brian Tasma, MD, Sami Ibrahim, MS, Richard Pham, MS

"NSTEMI Guidelines"

Second Place: 

Mohammed Ruzieh, MD, Turki Alkully, MD, Anas Renno, MD, Luai Alhazmi, MD, Yousef Abdel-Aziz, MD, Marwa Sabha, MD,  

“Comparing Glycemic Control and Outcomes Between Old and New Insulin Infusion Protocols”.

Third Place:

Zubair Khan, MD, Umar Darr, MD, Yousef Abdel-Aziz, MD, Basmah Khalil, MD, Ghattas Alkhoury, MD

“Improving Internal Medicine Residents' Colo-Rectal Cancer Screening Knowledge via Smart Phone Application: A Novel Approach”

 

THOMAS WALSH FELLOW AWARD IN TEACHING EXCELLENCE

 

Dr. Walsh had his undergraduate training in chemistry at Youngstown and Cincinnati Universities. He graduated as an M.D from Medical College of Ohio in 1978 and completed his residency as well as cardiology fellowship training at MCO. Dr. Walsh joined MCO faculty in 1983 until 2006 when he died after a tragic accident. Dr. Walsh was a distinguished teacher, scientist and a human being. His devotion to his fellows and to his patients was exemplary.

Each year this award is presented to the top three, best case/research presented at the Annual Internal Medicine Thomas Walsh, M.D. Fellow Symposium.

Thomas Walsh Fellow Symposium 2012

First Place: 

Dr. Tariq Hammad, “Efficacy and Safety of Oral, Capsulized, Frozen Fecal Microbiota Transplantation for   Recurrent Clostridium Difficile Infection. A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.”

Second Place:

Dr. Ehsan Rafiq, “Efficacy and Safety of Lumen-Apposing Metal Stents in EUS Guided Transmural Drainage of Pancreatic    Fluid   Collections: Are They Better Than Multiple Plastic Stents? A Systemic Review And Meta-Analysis.”

Third Place:

Dr. Mohammed Chowdhury, “Safety and Clinical Outcomes of Endovascular Treatment of Adult-onset Pulmonary Artery Stenosis”


 

Last Updated: 8/22/17