Due to the cancellation of the ACOFP 57th Annual Convention & Scientific Seminars and all related scheduled events for March 16–22 in New Orleans, this year’s Scientific Research and Clinically Academic Poster Presentation Competition was held virtually. Over 50 contestants submitted recorded presentations, instead of presenting in person, that a panel of judges scored based on criteria for original research and case reports.

The Poster Presentation competition is sponsored by ACOFP’s Osteopathic Clinical Research (OCR) Committee. Osteopathic medical students, family medicine residents and faculty members are encouraged to present their research during this special display of scientific posters.

Congratulations to the following winners, selected by the OCR Commitee for their excellent work:

Resident Original Research
First Place

Mitchel Norton, DO
The Effects of Ambulation on Inpatient Medical-Surgical Patients

Second Place

Keerthi Surampudy, DO
Patient Perception about Dietary Weight Loss Supplements Versus Anti-Obesity Medications

Third Place

Courtney Levendorf, DO
False Positive Urine Alcohol Drug Screens in Diabetics Taking SGLT2 Inhibitors

Resident Case Report
First Place

Timothy Cobb, DO
Curious Case of a “Thorn in the Side” Leading to a Diagnosis of Mantle Cell Lymphoma

Student Original Research
First Place

Hunter Hoopes
Effects of Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment on Ankle Equinus

Second Place

Nicholas Dominick
Effects of Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment and Bio Electro-Magnetic Energy Regulation Therapy on Neck Pain in Adults

Third Place

Joshua Clason
Ultrasound-Guided Knee Arthrocentesis Training Using Formalin-Embalmed Cadavers

Student Case Report
First Place

Danielle Manship
Delayed Anticonvulsant Hypersensitivity Syndrome in an Elderly Female

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