Research Activity

Recent research activity from the Internal Medicine Residency at New York Hospital Queens.


  • Attempt to Reduce Unnecessary and Repetitive Daily Laboratory Testing in the Inpatient Hospital Setting (An)
  • Asymptomatic Primary Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Liver: Case Report and Review of the Literature
  • Continuity of Care of Admissions: Distribution During Two Successive Blocks on 5 West
  • Exploring the Utility of a Webpage to Facilitate Communication and Efficiency for Internal Medicine Residents
  • Primary Adrenal Insufficiency Caused by Adrenal Cryptococcal Infection
  • Reconciling Medication Reconciliation
  • Type B lactic acidosis in a patient with B-Cell lymphoma
  • Reconciling Medication Reconciliation

  • January 2013 - The Society of Thoracic Surgeons (STS) 49th Annual Meeting,  - "Coronary Artery Calcification Score Predicts Post- Lobectomy Morbidity"
  • March 2013 - American College of Cardiology 62nd Annual Scientific Session in San Francisco, CA - "Does The Implementation Of An Electronic Medical Record Reduce Duplicate Testing? A Study of 25,000 Transthoracic Echocardiograms"
  • March 2013 - The American Academy of Dermatology Conference in Miami, FL.: "Dispelling the Myth: Perceptions of Skin Cancer Susceptibility in Fitzpatrick Types IV-VI"
  • May 2013 - Digestive Disease Week 2013 In Orlando, FL - "Characteristics of Incidental Colonic Lesions Found at Retrograde Double Balloon Enteroscopy for Obscure GI Bleed"
  • May 2013 - Heart and Rhythm Society's 34th Annual Scientific Sessions in Denver, CO
  • July 2013 - The 18th World Congress on Heart Disease Annual Scientific Session in Vancouver, BC, Canada - "Coronary Collaterals Are Not Cardioprotective in Multiethnic STEMI Patients After Revascularization"
  • October 2013 - CHEST 2013 Annual Meeting in Chicago, IL - "Race and 25-Hydroxyvitamin D Deficiency in the Critically Ill; Does it Matter?"
  • October 2013 - Annual Scientific Meeting of The American College of Gastroenterology in San Diego, CA - "Streptococcus acidominimus and Portomesenteric Venous Gas; A Rare Presentation of Crohn's Disease"  
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