Senior Scholarship Day

Senior scholarship day sign outside the event

Senior Scholarship Day is an annual event held in the spring to showcase graduating seniors' scholarly work in the area of research, QI, and medical education

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Senior Scholarship Day includes oral and poster presentations. The audience chooses recipients for three awards: Impact, Innovation, and Presentation Style.

Graduating Seniors' abstracts, Class of 2021

Oral Presenter
Abstract Title
Nick  Iacobelli Anti-Vax in Supermax: The Vaccine Clinic in a Pennsylvania Prison as an Anthropological Lens for Health and Incarceration 
Helen E.  Jack  Peer providers and linkage with buprenorphine care after hospitalization: A retrospective cohort study 
Alice D.  Manos  Removing Race from the eGFR Equation: Effects on CKD Diagnosis 
Ryan M.C.  Johnson  Creating the Health Equity Pathway 
Chinonso C.  Opara  Household Economic Consequences of Rheumatic Heart Disease in Uganda 
Brandon S.  Peplinski Associations of angiopoietins with heart failure incidence and severity 
Jenna  Wixon-Genack  A Simple Model Predicts Clinical Deterioration in Patients Admitted with Suspected Infection and Low Severity of Illness to a Hospital in Northeastern Thailand. 
Rebecca A.  Baum  Ultraviolet B light induces type 1 interferon signatures dependent on cGAS 
Kylee  Martens  Anticoagulation strategies during conditioning-induced thrombocytopenia in hematopoietic cell transplant patients with venous thromboembolism 
Hannah  Oren  Putting our best foot forward: Improving inpatient care of diabetic foot infections at Harborview Medical Center 


Senior Scholarship Day 2018
Senior Scholarship Day 2018

Research Mentor Award

To recognize the dedication and expertise of our mentors, the University of Washington Internal Medicine Residency Program gives one Research Mentor Award annually. Residency program leaders select the recipient from among resident-nominated candidates.

The IM Residency Program recognizes and values excellent mentorship, which is central to the success of resident scholarship. These model mentors help residents identify and achieve personal goals by investing effort that fosters productivity and career advancement.

2021 Cristina Rodriguez, MD Division of Medical Oncology & Clinical Research Division, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
2020 Helen Chu, MD, MPH Allergy & Infectious Disease, Epidemiology, Global Health
2019 Elihu Estey, MD Division of Hematology & Clinical Research Division, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
2018 Nisha Bansal, MD, MAS Nephrology
2017 Shobha Stack, MD, PhD General Internal Medicine
2016 Mark Wurfel, MD, PhD Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine