The Judges

 

On November25 and 27, the Research Division’s Center for Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics held the 27th Annual Residents’ Research Contest at the De La Salle Villarosa Convention Hall. Residents from the various clinical departments of the De La Salle University Medical Center presented their best research outputs.

 

The following are the winners for the best of researches in various categories.

 

Case Report Category

1st Place:

Small but Terrible: A Case Report of a child with Panhypopituitarism (Michelle Margaret Blando,MD,

Department of Pediatrics)

 

2nd Place:

A Deadly Pathway: Anomalous left main Coronary Artery with an Interarterial course from the right

coronary sinus, A Case Report (Bryan Paul Ramirez, MD, Department of Internal Medicine)

 

3rd Place:

When Horses are Zebras (Carlo Miguel G. Matanguihan, MD, Department of Family and Community

Medicine)

 

Analytic Study Category

1st Place:

Effects of Massage Therapy on the Psychosocial Behavior Modification of Children with Autism Spectrum

Disorder (Karen Hazel M. Lebrudo, MD, Department of Pediatrics)

 

2nd Place:

Accuracy of Absolute Neutrophil Count as Screening Test for Urinary Tract Infection among Pediatric

Patients age 2-24 months (Ma. Lizette G. Lazo, MD, Department of Pediatrics)

 

3rd Place:

Knowledge and Acceptability of Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) Vaccine among Female College Student at

Tertiary University (Kenn Cathrell G. Celino, MD, Department of OB and Gynecology)

 

Descriptive Study Category

1st Place:

Level of Knowledge on the Red Flags for Potential Reading Disorders by Public School Teachers Teaching

Grade One in Carmona Cavite (Karen Hazel M. Lebrudo, MD, Department of Pediatrics)

 

2nd Place:

Urolithiasis in the Pediatrics Age Group: A 10 year experience at De La Salle University Medical Center

(Shirley Z. Cruz, MD, Department of Pediatrics)

 

3rd Place:

Postnatal Outcome of Hydronephrosis detected during prenatal ultrasonography: A Descriptive Study

(Shanessa Budiarty, MD, Department of Pediatrics)