The 2012 Maryland Region American College of Physicians (ACP) Associates Conference was held on May 10th in Baltimore.
Every year a research competition is also held in conjunction with the associates meeting.
Our poster submission on “Lactic Acidosis in Solid Tumors” [by Manjari Pandey, Marianne Cunanan-Bushm and myself] was ranked first by the judges out of all Johns Hopkins/Sinai Hospital of Baltimore submissions. It advanced to the finals along with 8 others, ultimately receiving Honorable Mention overall from the Maryland ACP. The abstract has been submitted to hematology-oncology journals for publication.
ACP Student Member
This post was submitted by Sasha Baker, a 4th year University of Medicine & Health Sciences student currently doing her clinical rotation at Johns Hopkins / Sinai Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland.
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