Residents are expected to engage in a research project, with faculty guidance, for potential publication prior to the completion of his/her residency. Residents are encouraged to present abstracts and posters at regional and national professional meetings. Funding to present research at these meetings is provided by Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point, Graduate Medical Education.
Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point residents presented three posters at the 2015 Annual American College of Osteopathic Internists (listed below):
Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura Secondary to Pulmonary Mass – A Case Report, by Katie Groff, DO & David Otis, DO
New Onset Ataxia in Lung Cancer Patient Without Presence of Focal Lesions, by James Shepard, DO and Woody Taves, DO
Vasculitic Rash in Patient with Acute Exudative Glomerulonephritis Secondary to IgA Nephropathy and Intraluminal Plugging by Cryoglobuin Deposits, by Camille Alfonso, DO and Giles Roberts, DO