Four undergraduate, masters and doctoral students from the University of Maryland School of Public Health received research poster awards at the seventh annual Public Health Research at Maryland event last week.
Mr. Adewale Awoyemi, an undergraduate student in the Department of Public Health Science received a honorable mention for his poster titled, “High Intensity Acute Cycling Exercise Performed During Consolidation.”
Ms. Emily Jenkins, a master’s student in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics received a first place award for her poster titled, “Tooth Resorption and Risk for Anesthetic Complication During Anesthetized Dental Procedures in Domestic Felines.”
Ms. Hillary Craddock, a doctoral student in the Department of Applied Environmental Health received a first place award for her poster titled, “Microbiological Quality of Treated Household Greywater, Palestinian Territories.”
Mr. Harry Li, a doctoral student in the Department of Kinesiology won an honorable mention award for his poster titled, “Calcium Activation of Mitochondrial Oxidative Phosphorylation is Maintained in Heart Failure Levels of Extramitochondrial Sodium.”
Other research posters included projects conducted in collaboration with or led by partners from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), LifeBridge Health, Arava Institute for Environmental Studies (Israel) Westate and county and state health departments, among others.Friday Letter Submission