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On Saturday, April 20, the 10th Annual Medical Students' Steps
to Success meeting was held at USUHS in Bethesda. Over 130 students
registered for this event, which is designed solely with medical
students in mind. This is a regional meeting sponsored by the DC,
Maryland, Virginia, US Army, US Navy, and US Air Force
The morning included an abstract competition which featured 40
research and clinical vignette abstracts from students from the six
area chapters. Breakout sessions included presentations on
Civilian, IMG, and the Military Match, as well as workshops on
Success in the Clerkship and Success as a Sub-I/Intern. A mentoring
lunch was then hosted, followed by a Student Dilemma competition.
Six teams participated in this session which was new to the Steps
to Success program and featured two exciting hours of informative
questions developed by a group of student advisors from the
University of Maryland, Harbor, Good Samaritan, USUHS, and Hopkins
student programs. The day ended with procedure workshops at the
Walter Reed Simulation Center on Cardiology, Arthrocentesis, and
The students found the workshop to be very valuable as a tool in
furthering their medical education careers and were pleased with
the opportunity to interact with students from such a large
Congratulations to the following students who participated in
the Abstract and Student Dilemma sessions.
1st Place - Harbor Hospital students: John DiBianco, Ahmed Salem,
Bibi A. Janumelli, and Jennifer Harris
2nd Place -Hopkins students: Eugene Schenderov, Krishna Juluri,
Elizabeth Wu and Katie Fan
3rd Place - USUHS students - Alex Knobloch, Sarah Parker and Mike
1st Place - John Sarandria (St. Agnes Hospital/Ross), "A Rare
Tumor that will Littorally Transform the Spleen: Littoral Cell
Angioma in a 32 Year Old Male with Crohn's Disease"
2nd Place - Janelle Hinze, (Harbor/Ross), "More than Just a
Bruise? A Case of the Morel-Lavallee Lesion"
1st Place - Amy Zhang (UMMS), "Impaired Aerobic Capacity in
Older Adults with Stage 3-4 Chronic Kidney Disease"
2nd Place - Jill Remick, "An Alternative Replication Pathway
Induced by Apoptosis in Cell Lines Latently Infected with Human
Thanks also to the USUHS IMIG student leaders including Jessee
Rouse, Annie Chow, Tim Hunter and Richard Wu and special thanks to
Dr. Janaki Deepak, Student Dilemma Coordinator, and Dr. Todd
Gleeson, Steps Coordinator, who spent countless hours in arranging
this meeting. Lastly, thanks to our faculty mentors and judges for
taking time out of their busy schedules to join us for the day.
R. Dobbin Chow, MD, MBA, FACP
Governor, ACP Maryland Chapter