2021 IPE Health Sciences Research Symposium winners announced

Campbell University is pleased to announce the winners of the 2021 IPE Health Sciences Research Symposium. The winning presenters are listed below under each of the symposium categories:

Biomedical/Basic Science-Students

Seizure-Inducing Activity of PB-22, a Synthetic Cannabinoid, Based on Gender

Presenter: Emily Potek

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Christopher Breivogel

Program: Pharmaceutical Sciences


Clinical Case Studies-Students

Ischemic Hepatic Necrosis Secondary to Possible Right-Sided Heart Failure

Presenter: Lauren Thomas

Co-Authors: Sarah Jackson, Jacob Jones, Shikha Kahlon, Dr. Alan Proia

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Maxx Toler

Program: Osteopathic Medicine


Clinical Research-Students

Incidence of Drug-Induced Liver Injury (DILI) in Veterans with Sulfamethoxazole/Trimethoprim Use

Presenter: Sarah Wise

Co-Authors: Rebekah Sowers, Avishek Nagi, Dr. Ayako Suzuki

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Melissa Holland

Program: Dual PharmD/MSCR



Evaluating the Didactic Medical Education of How to Treat Sexual Assault Victims

Presenter: Jordan Nogle

Co-Authors: Bridget Worth

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Kailey Remien

Program: Osteopathic Medicine


Health Economics/Health Policy-Students

Cost Analysis of Direct Oral Anticoagulant Rivaroxaban versus Enoxaparin for the Prophylaxis of Venous Thromboembolism (VTE) in Acute Medically Ill Hospitalized Patients

Presenter: Phoenix Riley

Co-Authors: Meredith Lilley

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Charles Carter

Program: Dual PharmD/MSCR


Clinical Research-Residents

Safety and efficacy of direct oral anticoagulants versus conventional anticoagulant therapy in cancer patients with venous thromboembolism

Presenter: Mary Grace Bouldin

Co-Authors: Dr. Jordan Carrera, Dr. Julie A. Thompson

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Catherine Wente

Program: Pharmacy


The University is grateful to the research evaluators and the IPE Research Hub for its efforts in planning this event, particularly Dr. Melissa Holland and Kayla Clark. The 2022 symposium is expected to be held in person next year.