8:00 AM - 3:30 PM
10th Annual Pediatrics Research Retreat at LKSC
Celebrating Ten Years of Scientific Discovery & Innovation
The Stanford Department of Pediatrics invites you to the 10th Annual Pediatrics Research Retreat: Ten Years of Scientific Discovery and Innovation on Friday, April 19. This event is an opportunity for faculty, fellows, residents, postdoctoral scholars, and students of all disciplines to share the latest research developments in their field. The research retreat will include scientific presentations, a poster session, and networking opportunities.
Registration is Closed!
We welcome walk-in registration on the day of the retreat. The event is free and open to the community.
(Updated April 12, 2019)
07:30AM - 07:50AM
Event Check-in & Continental Breakfast
Welcome & Grand Rounds
07:50AM - 08:00AM
Mary Leonard, MD, MSCE (Faculty)
Moderator: Mark Kay, MD, PhD (Faculty)
08:55AM - 09:20AM
Adventures Through the Porthole of the Microscope- Visualizing the Secret Niches Bacteria Use to Colonize Our Epithelium
Manuel Amieva, MD, PhD (Faculty)
09:20AM - 09:35AM
Facial Measurements from 3D Imaging Obtained Using a Mobile Device for Use in Genetic Evaluation
Akash Kumar, MD, PhD (Resident)
09:35AM - 10:00AM
Promoting Drinking Water Intake to Improve Child Health
Anisha Patel, MD, MSPH, MSHS (Faculty)
10:00AM - 11:00AM
Moderator: Elizabeth Egan, MD, PhD (Faculty)
11:00AM - 11:25AM
T Cell Autoreactivity in Narcolepsy
Elizabeth Mellins, MD (Faculty)
11:25AM - 11:40AM
Philip Morris International’s Marketing of Their New “Heat Not Burn” Product Might Burn Adolescents and Young Adults
Karma McKelvey, PhD (Postdoctoral Scholar)
11:40AM - 11:55AM
Genome Edited Airway Stem Cells as a Durable Cell-based Therapy to Treat Cystic Fibrosis
Sriram Vaidyanathan, PhD (Postdoctoral Scholar)
11:55AM - 12:20PM
Democratizing Speciality Knowledge: Leveraging the Project ECHO® Model for Type 1 Diabetes (T1D)
Nicolas Cuttriss, MD (Faculty)
Lunch & Poster Viewing
12:20PM - 01:00PM
Lunch & Poster Viewing
Moderator: David Maahs, MD (Faculty)
01:00PM - 01:15PM
Death Receptor 3-mediated Regulatory T cell Expansion and Activation Leads to a Reduction in Graft-versus-Host Disease
Melissa Mavers, MD, PhD (Instructor)
01:15PM - 01:40PM
Overcoming the Challenges of Applying Precision Medicine In Critically-ill Patients
Timothy Cornell, MD (Faculty)
01:40PM - 01:55PM
Management of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in Primary Care: Objective Measures of Clinician-level Variation
Yair Bannett, MD (Fellow)
01:55PM - 02:20PM
Supervised Exercise via Live-Video-Conferencing to Improve Cardiovascular Health in Pediatric Heart Transplant Patients
Elif Seda Selamet Tierney, MD (Faculty)
02:20PM - 02:45PM
A One Shot Cure for Genetic Disease—Coming Soon?
Mark Kay, MD, PhD (Faculty)
Awards & Celebration Reception
02:45PM - 03:00PM
Abstract & Poster Awards
Gary Shaw, DrPH (Faculty)
03:00PM - 03:30PM
Reception & Poster Viewing
Pediatric Grand Rounds - Keynote Speaker
Dr. Relman is the Thomas C. and Joan M. Merigan Professor in Medicine, and Professor of Microbiology & Immunology, and Senior Fellow at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies at Stanford University. He is also Chief of Infectious Diseases at the Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System in Palo Alto, California. Dr. Relman’s research focus is the human indigenous microbiota and on diversity, assembly, stability, and resilience of the human microbial ecosystem, as well as the identification of previously-unrecognized microbial agents of disease. He has advised the U.S. Government on emerging infectious diseases, human-microbe interactions, and future biological threats. He is a member of the Board of Scientific Counselors at the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), NIH, a member of the Intelligence Community Studies Board at the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine, and Past President of the Infectious Diseases Society of America. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Microbiology, and a Member of the National Academy of Medicine.
Poster Session Times and Location:
Friday, April 19, 2019
10:00AM-11:00AM Formal Poster Presentation Session
(Poster Viewing 12:20PM-1:00PM, 3:00PM-3:30PM )
Posters by Location:
- Posters 01 – 83: Berg Hall, Room A - Li Ka Shing Center
- Posters 84 – 93: Berg Hall, Lobby - Li Ka Shing Center
04/05/19 Poster printing dimensions, where to print, and tack board useable area updated. See details below.
04/05/19 Reminder: all poster presenters please remember to register to confirm you will attend and present.
03/15/19 Notification of Abstract Acceptance for Poster Presentations have been sent to all participants who have submitted an asbtract. Instructions are listed below for poster presentions and register for the conference. Please let us know if you have any questions firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posters will be on display at the LKSC Berg Hall on Friday, April 19th between 10:00am and 3:30pm. The formal Poster Session where presenters must stand with their poster will be held from 10:00am-11:00am. Additional time for poster viewing will be during lunch 12:20pm-1:00pm, and during the reception from 3:00pm-3:30pm.
On April 19, you will have access to the poster area in Berg Hall, Room A and in the Lobby, between 7:30am and 9:45am to display your poster. Posters must be in place by 9:45am on Friday, April 19th.
The area for displaying poster materials is limited to 45" wide x 47" high per person, since two posters are assigned to one side of board. The poster boards on which you will be displaying your work require push pins or velcro in order to set up your poster.
- Space is limited on the poster boards – poster sizes are to be NO LARGER than 45" wide (height is ideally up to 47"-48" tall).
- Each tack board will be assigned two posters per side.
- Individual numbers will be assigned to each poster (in the Final Program) and numbers will be posted on the poster boards. Please mount your poster next to your number.
- We will provide push pins for you.
You are expected to stay with your poster during the 10:00am-11:00am Poster Session so that attendees may confer with you. Faculty members, staff, community members, and other guests will be walking around the room asking questions and eager to learn about your project. Come prepared to answer questions and explain your work. Additional open poster viewing will be during the lunch break 12:20pm-1:00pm and reception from 3:00pm-3:30pm.
You are responsible for removing your poster at the end of the retreat at 3:30pm.
- Order your poster online at acomp.stanford.edu/shop.
- We recommend poster size 44"x44"
- Order your poster online at https://local.fedex.com/ca/stanford/poster-printing.html
- We recommend poster size 36" wide x 48" high
- Please note: If your poster is 48" wide x 36" high it will not fit two posters per board well. It will overlap on other person's poster and hang over frame.
All presenters must also register for the retreat.
EARLY POSTER DROP OFF
For your convenience, we will allow early poster drop off no later than Thursday, April 18th before 3:00pm. Include your poster and name clearly marked on the outside of your poster. Drop off your poster at the Department of Pediatrics Chair’s Suite at room H310, East Pavilion, 3rd Floor, Stanford Hospital. If you miss the early drop off time, you will have access to the poster area on Friday, April 19thbetween 7:30am and 9:45am.
If you have questions, please feel free to send an email to email@example.com. We look forward to seeing you at the 10th Annual Pediatrics Research Retreat!
Research Retreat Planning Committee & Contacts
Research Retreat Executive Committee
Call for Abstracts
Oral & Poster Abstract Submission - Closed
Abstract deadline: January 15, 2019 at 5pm PST
Abstract Submission Guidelines & Information
The Department of Pediatrics invites submissions for oral and poster abstracts for the 10th Annual Pediatrics Research Retreat: Ten Years of Scientific Discovery and Innovation. This is an opportunity for faculty, fellows, residents, postdocs, and students of all disciplines to share the latest research developments in their field. Abstracts should represent completed research focused in the clinical or basic sciences. All abstracts must be submitted no later than January 15, 2019 at 5:00pm PST.
We recommend that you prepare your abstract in a word processing application and then paste each component into the corresponding online section. Your abstract should not exceed 500 words. An abstract submission is considered a commitment to attend the retreat and present, if accepted.
Abstract decisions will be sent to the contact author in February 2019. All abstracts will undergo a review process by the Research Retreat Executive Committee reviewers. Fellows, Residents, Postdocs, and Students are strongly encouraged to submit their work.
Five trainees will be selected to present an oral presentation as part of the main agenda. Oral presentations are a short 10 minute overview of the research, and 5 minutes for Q&A.
Poster presenters are expected to be available to discuss their research with session attendees during the poster session(s).
Call for Abtracts Opens:
January 15, 2019, 5:00pm PST
Committee Review of Submissions:
end of January 2019
Accepted submissions will be notified of their scheduled times in the final program:
Event Registration Opens:
10th Annual Pediatrics Research Retreat:
April 19, 2019
- Abstracts must be submitted online no later than January 15, 2019 5:00pm PST
- All abstracts must be submitted online
- Each submission will be reviewed by the Research Retreat Executive Committee.
- Submissions will be reviewed and selected for either a poster or oral presentation.
- Five trainees will be selected to present an oral presentation as part of the main agenda.
- Fellows, Residents, Postdocs, and Students are strongly encouraged to submit their work.
Proposals are limited to 500 words and must include:
- Research Statement/Research Question
- Background and Relevance of the Study
- Design and Methods
Required but not included in 500 word count:
- Author(s) and affiliated institutions
Proposals will be reviewed using the following criteria:
- Clarity of research statement/question
- Strength of background and relevance of the study
- Strength of research design and methods
- Relevance of results
- Soundness of conclusions
- Clarity of writing