Samer Tohme discusses his poster.
Dr. Billiar discussing a poster presentation.
Dr. Nathens and Dr. Rosengart having a discussion over breakfast
Residents enjoying breakfast before the Simmons Lecture.
A group gathered around to hear more details about a poster.
Jesse Guarado discussing his poster.
A demonstrative discussion of one of the posters.
Dr. Avery B. Nathens introducing the topic of his lecture "Trauma Care: A Case Study in Translating Research into Policy".
Dr. Avery backlit with one of the slides from his lecture.
Once again, it was a full house for the Simmons Lecture.
Dr. Nathens listening to a question from an audience member.
An audience member addressing Dr. Nathens.
Dr. Simmons posing a question to Dr. Nathens.
Dr. Billiar presenting Dr. Avery with a token of appreciation and congratulations on a well recieved lecture.
A group gathers around Dr. Nathens at the conclusion of his lecture to ask further questions.
Drs. Simmons and Wang observing posters following the lecture.
A discussion about a poster presentation.
A poster topic is further discussed with Dr. Simmons.
A group of residents listen to Patrick Varley explain his poster topic.
Li Xu listens to questions about her poster.
Dongmei Lui answers a question from guest lecturer Avery B. Nathens.
"Quantification of Cumulative Multiple Organ Dysfunction Scores Identifies Phenotypic Clusters and Biomarker Patterns in Blunt Trauma Patients" Dongmei Liu, MD
Samer Tohme, MD presenting "Hypoxia Mediates Mitochondrial Biogenesis in Hepatocellular Carcinoma to Promote Tumor Growth via HMGB1 and TLR9 Interaction"
Samer Tohme, MD during his presentation.
Qian "Katie" Sun, PhD presenting "Cytoxolic HMGB1 is Essential for Activating the AIM2 Inflammasome and Hepatoprotection after Hemorrhagic Shock in Mice"
Qian Sun, PhD takes questions after her presentation.
Anthony Lewis, MD during his presentation "Timing of Antibiotics Modulates Inflammation and Affects Survival in a Biotelemetry-Enhanced Murine Model of Sepsis".
Anthony Lewis, MD listening to questions after his presentation.
"PAD4-Mediated NETosis Leads to Increased Carcinogenesis in Murine Pancreatic Cancer Models through an HMGB1-Dependent Mchanism" presented by Jennifer Miller, MD.
Jennifer Miller during her oral presentation.
Pault Waltz, MD presenting "Heme Oxygenase-1/Carbon Monoxide Treatment of Trauma Prevents Subsequent Infection and Susceptibility in a Murine Model via Modulation of Macrophage".
Paul Waltz, MD responding to questions following his presentation.
"Improved Hemostatsis Following Trauma Using Plateletmimicking Intravenous Synthetic Hemostat Nanotechnology" presented by Mitchell Dyer, MD .
"Ca2+/Calmodulin-Dependent Kinase IV Contributes to Intestinal Inflammation During Murine Colities" presented by Kellie Cunningham, MD.
Kellie Cunningham, MD receives questions following her presentation.
Andrew Yeh, MD presented "The Microbiota of Five Body Sites in Critically Ill Adult Surgical Patients is Highly Disordered and Unstable".
Dr. Timothy Billiar poses a question to Andrew Yeh, MD after his presentation.
Following her presentation, Stacy Kowalsky, MD, listening to questions from the audience.
Stacky Kowalsky, MD presented "Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug (NSAID) Use Independently Increases Risk of Post-Operative Pancreatic Fistula Following Pancreaticoduodenectomy".
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