University of Wisconsin
School of Medicine and Public Health

Research Day 2019 Poster Winners

Basic Science Winners

Stephane Esnault, PhD, Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
Nizar Jarjour, MD
Eosinophil cytolysis on igg requires microtubule array formation, and p-38 phosphorylation downstream of reactive oxygen species production

Cara Green, BSc, PhD, Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism
Dudley Lamming, BSc, PhD
Sex and strain determine the metabolic response to dietary protein level

Shane Huebner, PhD, Gastroenterology & Hepatology
Richard Halberg, PhD
Biomarker identification of radiation-induced liver cancer

Maeghan Murie, BS, Geriatrics
Luigi Puglielli, MD, PhD
ATase1 and ATase2 are viable targets to prevent age-associated diseases

Shannon Reese, MS, Nephrology
Sarah Panzer, MD
Identification of Antibodies Reactive to Vimentin in a Rat Kidney Transplant Model of Chronic Antibody Mediated Rejection

Clinical/Translational Winners

James Stein, MD, Cardiovascular Medicine
James Stein, MD
Effects of Low-Dose Methotrexate on Brachial Artery Echogenicity and Grayscale Texture in HIV-Infected Individuals at Increased Cardiovascular Disease Risk: AIDS Clinical Trials Group Study A5314

Nayoung Kim, CTRI
Danielle McCarthy, PhD
Predictors of Adherence to Nicotine Replacement Therapy: Machine Learning Evidence that Perceived Need Predicts Medication Use

Tanya Schlam, PhD, CTRI
Megan Piper, PhD
Which comes first in a quit attempt? Temporal relations between smoking and non-adherence to nicotine replacement therapy

Leigha Vilen, BS, Geriatrics
Amy Kind, MD, PhD
Feasibility of Residential History Construction Methodology for Decedents at two Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center Brain Banks

Nnenna Ezeh, BA, Rheumatology
Christie Bartels, MD, MS
Smoking Exposure in Pack-Years Predicts Cutaneous Manifestations of Lupus