Early Bird Sessions: Research and Technology Abstracts Session Sunday, October 18 Sun, Oct 18 8:00-9:00 a.m. CST
8:00 AM -- 8:05 AM Silicone Implant Shells Increase the Rate of Proliferation of Alk- but Not Alk+ Lymphoma Cells in an Engineered Biomimetic Breast Microenvironment –- Ishani Premaratne, BA
8:05 AM -- 8:10 AM
Hand3D: 3D Printed Hand Simulator for Surgical Education -- Daniel Farrell, BA
8:10 AM -- 8:15 AM
Wound Healing Myofibroblasts Proliferate Clonally and in a Mechanoresponsive Manner -- Malini Chinta, BA
8:15 AM -- 8:20 AM
Prenatal Diagnosis of Craniofacial Anomalies: How Positive Are We about That Positive Result? -- Carrie Zimmerman, BS
8:20 AM -- 8:25 AM
Role of Marijuana Component (Cannabidiol) in Induction of Regenerative Ability of Stem Cells -- Henry Miller, MD
8:25 AM -- 8:30 AM -- Discussion
8:30 AM -- 8:35 AM
An Inconvenient Truth of Clinical Assessment of Indeterminate Burns and Indocyanine Green Dye Angiography Precise Marking for Burn Excision: A Prospective, Multicentered, Triple-Blinded Study -- Apinut Wongkietkachorn, MD
8:35 AM -- 8:40 AM
Evaluating the Effects of Brain Death Physiology and Immunosuppression on the Muscle-Derived Stem Cell Niche in a Large Animal Transplant Model -- Mohamed Awad, MD
8:40 AM -- 8:45 AM
Comparing Efficacy of Common Pocket Irrigation Protocols in an Infected Breast Implant Model -- Dina Gofstein Hayuth, MD
8:45 AM -- 8:50 AM
The Morbidity and Mortality of Plastic Surgery Disease in Canada: A Perspective Based on the Global Burden of Disease Study -- Yaeesh Sardiwalla, MD, BSc
8:50 AM -- 8:55 AM
Harnessing Machine-Learning to Personalize Cleft Lip Markings -- James Hu, B.S.
8:55 AM -- 9:00 AM -- Discussion
Accreditation: The American Society of Plastic Surgeons® (ASPS) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Designation: The ASPS designates this live activity for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.