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Hybrid approach taken for 2022 OOS research competition

First Name
Lisa (she/her)
Last Name
Forster
May 5, 2022

Five students were recognized for their scholarly work during an in-person podium presentation at the 2022 Ohio Osteopathic Symposium on April 30. The OOS research competition is sponsored by the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine and the Ohio Osteopathic Association. From abstract submissions, the top 20 were narrowed down and invited to submit a brief video presentation, which was peer reviewed. Five winners were chosen to do a live presentation at the symposium. The remaining 14 were invited to display posters of their research.

Student present research at OOS 2022

First Place 

Jonathan Major, OMS III 
Heritage College, Athens Campus
Targets for Intervention: A Glance at the Risk Factors Contributing to Rising Hypertensive Disease Burden in Lima, Peru

Second Place (tie)

Nathan Gregg, OMS II
Heritage College, Athens Campus
Understanding the Viability of the Novel Material OnyxTM for use in Total Knee Arthroplasty Instrumentation Sets

Marija Rowane, OMS IV
Heritage College, Athens Campus
Predictors of intravenous immunoglobulin influence on fractional exhaled nitric oxide levels in common variable immunodeficiency

Honorable Mention 

Joseph Miller, OMS II
Heritage College, Dublin Campus
Pediatric Lateral Humeral Condyle Fractures: Reliability of a Modified Jakob Classification System and Its Impact on Treatment Planning With or Without Arthrography

Nathaniel Starcher, OMS II
Heritage College, Dublin Campus
Correlation of Lisfranc Injuries with Regional Bone Density