2017 Poster Competition Winners
We are thrilled to announce the winners of the 2017 Delta Omega Poster Competition.
Please accept our congratulations to all participants for their outstanding work and presentations. The overall winner, Oluwasolape Olawore, ScM, will have the opportunity to present her poster at the upcoming American Public Health Association annual meeting in Atlanta in November. Please join us in congratulating the winners and all the students who participated!
1st Place and Overall Winner: Oluwasolape Olawore, ScM
Title: Migration, Gender, and HIV Incidence in Rakai, Uganda
2nd Place: Benjamin Ackerman, PhD
Title: Characterizing the Burden of HIV and Specific Vulnerabilities Among Transgender Women Compared to Men Who Have Sex with Men Across Eight Sub-Saharan African Countries
3rd Place: Hilary Robbins, PhD
Title: Cervical Cancer Screening Intervals and Management for Women Living with HIV: A Risk Benchmarking Approach
1st Place: Jessie Huang, PhD
Title: OR2W3 Ligand and Similar Essential Oil-Derived Monoterpenes Relax Human Airway Smooth Muscle Cells via Ca2+ Signaling
2nd Place: Leah Walker, PhD
Title: Impact of Extended Duration of Artesunate on Parasitological Outcome in a Cytocidal Murine Malaria Mode
3rd Place: Kathryn Dalton, Postdoc, MPH
Title: Comparative Analysis of Techniques for Quantitative Assessment of Staphylococcus aureus Burden in High Prevalence Environments.
1st Place: Pamela Trangenstein, PhD
Title: The Violence Prevention Potential of Reducing Alcohol Outlet Density in Baltimore, Maryland
2nd Place: Paul Nestadt, Postdoc
Title: Urban-Rural Differences in Suicide: The Role of Firearms
3rd Place: Cristina Garcia, PhD
Title: Estimating the Cost of Illness and Risk of Experiencing Catastrophic Expenditures from Hospitalized Pneumonia: the Pneumococcal Invasive Economic Study (PIES) in Nepal Preliminary Result