The Emergency Medicine Research Associates Program at Hackensack University Medical Center, a member of Hackensack Meridian Health, hosted the 4th Annual Research Day. Research Day is an opportunity for research associates, emergency medicine residents and other research affiliates of the Emergency and Trauma Center to present results and progress on independent research projects that investigate fields of particular interest in medicine. While building on the already strong research foundation at HackensackUMC, research associates gain experience with the prospect of publishing in a peer-reviewed journal.
Top: From left to right: Edward McCormack, administrative director, Emergency and Trauma Center, HackensackUMC; Stanley Terlecky, Ph.D.; Associate Dean, Seton Hall University; Keith Bradley, M.D., director, NARAP Nationwide program, St. Vincent’s Hospital, Connecticut; Ro Sorce, first vice chair, HackensackUMC Board of Governors and member of the HackensackUMC Foundation Board of Trustees; Joseph Feldman, M.D., chairman, Emergency and Trauma Center, director of Medical Education, HackensackUMC; Lewis Goldfrank, M.D., chair emeritus, NYU Emergency Medicine; Chinwe Ogedgebe, M.D., MPH, FACEP, section chief of Research, Emergency and Trauma Center, HackensackUMC; Douglas Finefrock, D.O., vice chairman, Emergency and Trauma Center, program director, EM Residency, HackensackUMC.
The nearly 40 ongoing research projects were presented at HackensackUMC’s Research Day. Abstracts of the projects lined the hallway to show the various independent research projects with prospects of publishing in a peer-reviewed journal.