New England Surgical Society
New England Surgical Society

Winter 2020 Newsletter

Winter 2020 Newsletter
» President's Message
» Editor's Corner
» Secretary's Message
» Recorder's Message
» Program Chair's Message
» Notice of 2020 Annual Meeting
» Notice of 2020 Surgical Resident and Fellow Research Day
» Photo Highlights from 2019 Annual Meeting
» 2019 Annual Meeting Presentation Awards
» Summary of the 2019 Annual Business Meeting
» Dues Renewal
» Committee and Representative Listing
» NESS Job Board

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2019 Annual Meeting Presentation Awards

2019 Award Recipients

ACS/NESS Health Policy and Management Scholarship
Jacqueline J. Wu, MD
Springfield, Massachusetts

Nathan Smith Distinguished Service Award
John E. Sutton, Jr., MD
Redding, Connecticut

NESS Scholars Foundation Research Grant
Srinivas J. Ivatury, MD
Lebanon, New Hampshire
Deep Sleep and Beeps: A Quality Improvement Project Regarding Sleep in Postoperative Patients

Podium Prize (formally Resident Award)
First Place
A Volume-Restrictive Burn Resuscitation Bundle and The Incidence of Acute Kidney Injury
Roberto Cortez, Brown University/Rhode Island Hospital

Second Place
The Impact of Fresh Frozen Plasma to Packed Red Blood Cell Ratio on Mortality in Traumatic Hemorrhage:
a Nationwide Analysis
Charlie Nederpelt, Massachusetts General Hospital

Third Place
Care Discontinuity in Emergency General Surgery: Does Hospital Quality Matter?
Manuel Castillo-Angeles, Brigham and Women's Hospital

Brief Report Award
Higher Risk of Urinary Tract Infections in Renal Transplant Recipients Receiving Pentamidine Versus Trimethoprim-Sulfamethoxazole (TMP-SMX) for Pneumocystis Pneumonia Prophylaxis
Whitney Fu, Yale School of Medicine

Blood Gene Expression Profiles Support Early Changes in Immunometabolism in Patients Following Sleeve Gastrectomy
Tammy Lo, Brigham & Women’s Hospital

New Member Award
Health Maintenance and Screening Among Residents
Erika Rangel, Brigham & Women's Hospital

Best Poster Award
Decreased Recurrence in Sarcoma Using Double-Loaded Paclitaxel-Eluting Polymer Films
Ngoc-Quynh Chu, Massachusetts General Hospital

Paper of the Year Award
Lessons Learned From the Study of 10,000 Patients with Soft Tissue Sarcoma
Murray F. Brennan
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY