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Research Forum

Winners of the 2022 College of Health Professions Research Forum

POSTERS

For 2022 there were a total of 52 posters submitted. 

FACULTY RESEARCH CATEGORY

First Place:  Cristian Lieneck, PhD, "Facilitators and Barriers of COVID-19 Vaccine Promotion on Social Media in the United States: A systematic Review", (Health Administration)

Second PlaceJacob L. Garza, PhD, "Assessing the Utilization and Factors Influencing Textbook Purchases", (Physical Therapy)

Third Place: Gerardo Pacheco, PhD, "Shaping Recommendations and Healthcare Provider Education on Chagas Disease from a Mixed-Methods Baseline Exploratory Study", (Health Administration) 

STUDENT RESEARCH GRADUATE CATEGORY

First Place:  Vanessa Wall, "Nutrition and Chronic Disease:  We Are What We Eat", (Health Administration)

Second Place:  Sneha Das, "An Upsurge of Type 2 Diabetes in the United States", (Health Administration)   

Third Place:  Amy Elizabeth Bickford, "The Role of Low Serum Lipids in Major Depressive Disorder and Suicidality", (Nursing)     

FACULTY/STUDENT COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH CATEGORY

First Place:  Seth Blankenship, Albina Ferguson, Daniel Murray, and Bradley Ogden, "Identifying Falls Risk Using an Instrumented Four-Square Stepping Test for Person's with Parkinson's Disease" (Physical Therapy)   

Second Place:  Debra McDowell, PhD, Alexia Herrera, Dylan Hoover, Dakota West, and Brandon White, "Do Outpatient Physical Therapists in Texas Utilize Signs to Monitor Patient Response to Treatment?", (Physical Therapy)   

EDUCATIONAL LITERATURE REVIEW CATEGORY

First Place:  Vennica Alvarez, "Benefits of Surface Guided Radiation Therapy for Breast Cancer Patients", (Radiation Therapy)   

Second Place:  Brynn Cobos, "Advantages of Magnetic Resonance Linear Accelerators and Magnetic Resonance Guided Radiation Therapy", (Radiation Therapy)

Third Place:  Nhi Le, and Jumana Edam, "Predicting Survival Outcomes in Breast Cancer Patients by Proteomic Analysis",  (Clinical Laboratory Science)



Kevin Collins, Chair
Diane Dolezel, Vice Chair
College of Health Professions Faculty/Student Research Forum