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Current Resident Research

Kudos to Dr. Alaina Geary for receiving the AAS/AASF Trainee Research Fellowship Award in Education!
Dr. Alaina Geary (second from right) is the 2020
recipient of the 
AAS (Association for Academic Surgery)
/AASF (AAS Foundation) 
Trainee Research Fellowship
Award in Education.

Rebecca Hasley, MD, R1
Drexel University College of Medicine
Research Mentor: David McAneny, MD
Area of research: Cost, value, and timing of operating room set-up for procedures. (Site: Boston University School of Medicine)

Alaina Geary, MD, R3
Tufts University School of Medicine
Research Mentor: Luise Pernar, MD
Area of Research: Building a resident as teacher program specific to general surgery residents that is suitable for publication and national dissemination. (Site: Boston University School of Medicine)

Michael Poulson, MD, R2
Georgetown University School of Medicine
Research Mentor: Tracey Dechert, MD
Area of Research: The role of social determinants of health, racial segregation, and racism on urban firearm injuries and other violent crimes. (Site: Boston University School of Medicine/School of Public Health)

Miriam Neufeld, MD, R3
Indiana University School of Medicine
Research Mentors: Sabrina Sanchez, MD, MPH and Michael Siegel, MD, MPH
Area of Research: Examining firearm policy and injury prevention, as well as exploring the mental health and social ramifications of violent trauma. (Site: Boston University School of Medicine)

Allan Stolarski, MD, R1
Albany Medical College
Research Mentor: Daniel G. Remick, MD
Area of Research: Investigating mechanisms of improved survival and organ function with HAT therapy (hydrocortisone, ascorbic acid, and thiamine) in septic shock. (Site: Boston University School of Medicine)

Spencer Wilson, MD, R1
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine
Research Mentors: David McAneny, MD and Pamela Rosenkranz, RN, BSN, MEd
Area of Research: Multidisciplinary project to reduce the rate of post-operative urinary tract infections at a safety-net hospital