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2023 ATS Abstract Scholarship Award Recipients

These Abstract Scholarship Awards have been funded by the American Thoracic Society


Anna Barker, MD, PhD
University of Michigan
Abstract Title: Sedation Practices For Intubated Non-COVID Patients Have Worsened In The Post-COVID Era

Tamta Chkhikvadze, MD
SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University
Abstract Title: Mortality And Survival Of Mechanically Ventilated Patients With Covid-19 Pneumonia In The U.S. From NIS 2020

Christopher Cosgriff, MD, MPH
Massachusetts General Hospital
Abstract Title: Sphingosphine-1-phosphate Mediates The Effect Of Apolipoprotein M On Respiratory Failure In Viral Pneumonia

Ahmed Eltarras, MB BCh
Indiana University - Indianapolis, IN
Abstract Title: Post ICU Syndrome, Return To Employment, And Healthcare Utilization Among Critically Ill Covid-19 Survivors

Joshua Ian Gordon, MD
The Ohio State University
Abstract Title: Associations Between Patient and Surrogate Assessments of Pre-critical Illness Physical Function

Sneha Kannan, MD
Harvard Combined Fellowship-Pulmonary/Critical Care
Abstract Title: Utilization, Prices, And Outcomes In Intensive Care Units

Ramya Kaushik, MD
Yale School of Medicine
Abstract Title: Association of Delirium With Functional and Cognitive Outcomes Among Older Survivors of a COVID-19 Hospitalization

Whitney Kiker, MD
University of Washington
Abstract Title: Family Member Role in Goal-concordant Care in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU)

Kayla Kolbe, MD, MS
University of Michigan
Abstract Title: Lactation Practices and Breastfeeding in the Critically Ill Adult Patient

Nina Leggett, DPT, BBiomed
Western Health
Abstract Title: "Mind The Gap" - Improving the Integration Between Primary and Intensive Care After Critical Illness (Integrate) Study

Rochelle Melvin, MD, MSc
University of Toronto
Abstract Title: Physician Recommendations in the Setting of Code Status Discussions: A Multi-centre Cohort Study

Elizabeth Munroe, MD
University of Michigan
Abstract Title: Peripheral Vasopressor Use in Early Sepsis-Induced Hypotension: A Secondary Analysis of the CLOVERS Trial

Kelly Potter, PhD, RN, CNE
University of Pittsburgh
Abstract Title: Outcomes Among Data-Driven Delirium Subtypes During Critical Illness

David Rose, MD
Washington University in Saint Louis
Abstract Title: Predicting Extubation Success in the Intensive Care Unit

Randal Rovinski, MSc, MB BCh
University of Miami Healthcare System / Jackson Memorial Hospital
Abstract Title: Hemodynamic Variations Are Associated With Increased Odds Of Discrepancy Between Pulse Oximeter And Arterial Oxygen Saturation

Kevin Seitz, MD, MSc
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Abstract Title: Oxygen-saturation Targets for Adults Receiving Mechanical Ventilation After Cardiac Arrest: A Secondary Analysis of the PILOT Trial 

Adriana Silva, PhD
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Abstract Title: Pressure-support Compared To Pressure-controlled Ventilation Improves Cardiorespiratory Function And Mitigates Brain Endothelial Cell Damage In Experimental Acute Ischemic Stroke

Sahib Singh, MD
Sinai Hospital of Baltimore
Abstract Title: Restrictive Versus Liberal Oxygen Targets in Post Cardiac Arrest Patients - Meta Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials

Irene Gabriela Telias, MD
St. Michael´s Hospital
Abstract Title: Sleep Architecture Measured With The Odds Ratio Product In Mechanically Ventilated Patients With Acute Hypoxemic Respiratory Failure

Kaniza Zahra Abbas, MD
University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center
Abstract Title: Comparison Of Demographic Trends Among IM Residents, Applicants And Matriculants To PCCM Fellowships: Analysis Of ACGME And ERAS Data From 2017 - 2020