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Member News

2 Members win for Virtual Presentations during the 2021 National Abstract Competition

(May 2021) Congratulations to the following members on their outstanding, award-winning Virtual Presentations!

Andrew Collins - "N95 Respirator and Surgical Mask Efficacy Against Respiratory Viral Illnesses in the Healthcare Setting: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis" (Medical Student category)

Jose D Rivera, MD - "AIDS presenting as stroke" (Resident/Fellow category)

FL Chapter Members Win at 2020 National Abstract Competition

(May 2020) Congratulations to Florida Chapter members on their wins at the College's National Abstract Competition. You made us proud!


Michael Omar
"Vasopressor Associated Symmetric Peripheral Gangrene: Life or Limbs?"
Clinical Vignettes - Resident/Fellows

Oral Presentations

Anamarys Blanco, MD
"A Large Epiglottic Cyst Complicated by Acute Airway Obstruction in an Adult Patient with History of Electronic Cigarette Use: A Case Report"
Clinical Vignette - Resident/Fellows

Dakota Jenneman, MD
"Mystifying Microangiopathy: A Rare Breast Cancer-Associated Complication Treated Successfully With Doxorubicin and Cyclophosphamide"
Clinical Vignette - Resident/Fellows

Kasha Bornstein
"Diagnosis of Diffuse Pulmonary Meningotheliomatosis in the Setting of High Clinical Suspicion for Miliary Tuberculosis"
Clinical Vignette - Medical Students

Anna Shah
"A Rare Case of Dengue Fever Acquired in the United States"
Clinical Vignette - Medical Students

Erin O'Keefe
"VO2 Max and Implications in Long-Term Weight Reduction"
Clinical Research - Medical Students

Dr. Michelle Rossi selected for advancement to Mastership

(May 2020) Congratulations to Michelle L. Rossi, MD, MACP (Gainsville) who has been selected for Mastership of the College (MACP). To be considered for Mastership, the candidate must have made a notable contribution to medicine. This includes but is not limited to teaching, outstanding work in clinical medicine (research or practice), contributions to preventive medicine, improvements in the delivery health care, or contributions to medical literature.

Have you . . . received an award, appointment, certification or other honor? Done some interesting volunteer work, had an article published, received a promotion? We'd like to share your good news in this section of the Chapter web site. Please e-mail items of interest to Bridget H. Anderson.