ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Walcher, C.M., Patel, P.G., Satterfield, C.A., & Dacso, M.M. (2017, April 19-23). Reflection and debriefing: Tools for fostering student emotional learning during and after international electives. Workshop presented (by Patel) at the Southern Group on Educational Affairs, Association of American Medical Colleges, Annual Meeting, Charlottesville, VA.

Satterfield, C.A., Patel, P.G. Dacso M.M., & Miller, C.M. (2015, May 1).  Academic Skills Building through Global Health. Podium presentation at the Academy of Master Teachers Annual Symposium (UTMB Health and Texas Medical Center Joint Meeting), Houston, TX.

Dacso, M.M. (2014, May). Ethics and Reciprocity in Global Health Partnerships, invited moderator for student panel session, Consortium of Universities for Global Health, Washington DC.

Dacso, M.M. (2014, March). Teaching a Common Language - Lessons Learned from Interprofessional Global Health Education. Interprofessional Education Day (invited keynote), UTMB.

Dacso, M.M.(2014, 2013). Research in Resource-Limited Settings – Challenges and Opportunities in an Expanding Field, Translational Research: Tools and Techniques course, UTMB Institute for Translational Science.

Dacso, M.M. (2012, May). Learning Through Meaningful Partnerships – the Process of Internationalizing Medical Education, presented at NAFSA – Association of International Educators Conference, Houston, Texas.

Dacso, M.M., & Patel, P. (2011, October). A Delicate Balance – Academic Partnerships in Global Health, presentation at the University of Texas Southwestern Global Health 3.0 Conference, Dallas, Texas.

Nolen, A. B. & Satterfield, C.A. (2010, April 9-11). The UTMB global health inter-professional core course: Successes, lessons, and open questions. Podium presentation at the annual Global Health Education Consortium meeting. Cuernavaca, Mexico.

 


POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Satterfield, C.A., Patel, P.G., & Dacso, M.M. (2017, February 16). Beyond checking boxes: Development of a competency-based scholarly concentration in global health. Poster presentation at the Kenneth I. Shine, UT System Health Science Education Innovations Conference, Austin, TX. (Poster Award Finalist)

Patel, P.G., Satterfield, C.A., Walcher, C.M., & Dacso, M.M. (2017, February 16). Multiple mini interviews: An effective tool in screening candidates for global health experiences. Poster presentation at the Kenneth I. Shine, UT System Health Science Education Innovations Conference, Austin, TX.

Patel, P.G., Dacso, M.M., Satterfield, C.A., & Miller, C.M. (2017, February 16). Faculty interest and barriers in global health: The other side of the equation. Poster presentation at the Kenneth I. Shine, UT System Health Science Education Innovations Conference, Austin, TX.

Goodman, M. (2016). Professional development of the globally-minded college student. Lecture to Lonestar College, Tomball students.

Satterfield, C.A., Dacso, M.M., Patel, P.G., & Walcher, C.M. (2016, May 20). Development of an effective mentorship program for preclinical medical student global health research training. Poster presentation at the Academy of Master Teachers Annual Symposium (UTMB, Baylor, UT Health Academies Collaborative), Houston, TX.

Patel, P.G., Satterfield, C.A., Walcher, C.M., & Dacso, M.M. (2016, May 20). Multiple mini interviews: An effective tool in screening candidates for global health experiences. Poster presentation at the Academy of Master Teachers Annual Symposium (UTMB, Baylor, UT Health Academies Collaborative), Houston, TX.

White, M.T., Blackard J.T., & Satterfield, C.A. (2016, April 9-11). Developing a global health research workforce: Basic competencies for health professional trainees, their mentors and host collaborators. Poster presentation at the Consortium of Universities for Global Health annual conference, San Francisco, CA.

Satterfield, C.A., Dacso, M.M., Patel, P.G., & Walcher, C.M. (2016, April 9-11). Development of an effective mentorship program for preclinical medical student global health research training. Poster presentation at the Consortium of Universities for Global Health annual conference, San Francisco, CA.

Patel, P.G., Miller, C.M., Satterfield, C.A., & Dacso, M.M. Engaging students in global health interprofessional education. Poster presentation at the Consortium of Universities for Global Health annual conference, San Francisco, CA.

Goodman, M.L. (2015). “Leadership in Global Health.” Invited lecture, co-hosted by Student Society for Global Health and Students for Non-profit Leadership, University of Texas School of Public Health.

Satterfield, C.A., Patel, P.G., Dacso, M.M., & Miller, C.M. (2015, March 25-28). Academic Skills Building through Global Health: The UTMB Scholarly Project Model. Poster presentation at the Consortium of Universities for Global Health annual conference, Boston, MA.

Miller, C.M., Patel, P.G., Satterfield, C.A., & Dacso, M.M. (2015, March 25-28). Reflection and Debriefing: Tools for Fostering Student Emotional Learning During and After International Health Electives. Poster presentation at the Consortium of Universities for Global Health annual conference, Boston, MA.

Satterfield, C.A., Patel, P.G., Dacso, M.M., & Miller, C.M. (2015, February 18-20). Academic Skills Building through Global Health. Poster presentation at the UT System Health Science Education Innovations Conference, Austin, TX.

Miller, C.M., Satterfield, C.A., Patel, P.G., & Dacso, M.M. (2014, May 10-12). Knowing your audience: Common traits and interests of global health students. Poster presentation at the Consortium of Universities for Global Health annual conference, Washington, D.C.

Patel, P.G., Dacso, M.M., Satterfield, C.A., & Miller, C.M. (2014, May 10-12). Faculty interest and barriers in global health: The other side of the equation. Poster presentation at the Consortium of Universities for Global Health annual conference, Washington, D.C.

Patel, P.G., Miller, C.M., Satterfield, C.A., & Dacso, M.M. (2014, May 10-12). Impact and expectations versus reality of international health electives. Poster presentation at the Consortium of Universities for Global Health annual conference, Washington, D.C.

Satterfield, C.A., Dacso, M.M., Miller, C.M., & Patel, P.G. (2014, February 20-21).  Bridging gaps:  An innovative preparation course for international health electives. Poster presentation at the UT System Health Science Education Innovations Conference, Austin, TX.

Satterfield, C.A. & Miller, C.M. (2014, February 20-21).  Using wikis as an educational tool in pre-departure orientation for international medical rotations. Poster presentation at the UT System Health Science Education Innovations Conference, Austin, TX.

Miller, C.M., Patel, P.G., Dacso, M.M., & Satterfield, C.A.  (2013, May 23).  Knowing your audience: Common traits and interests of global health students. Poster presentation at the Academy of Master Teachers Annual Symposium, Houston, TX.

Patel, P.G., Dacso, M.M., Miller, C.M. & Satterfield, C.A.  (2013, May 23).  Impact, expectations versus reality of international health electives. Poster presentation at the Academy of Master Teachers Annual Symposium, Houston, TX.

Miller, C.M., Patel, P.G., Dacso, M.M., & Satterfield, C.A.  (2013, May 23).  Student attitudes toward multidisciplinary global health education. Poster presentation at the Academy of Master Teachers Annual Symposium, Houston, TX.

Clark, S., Patel, P.G., Dacso, M.M., Satterfield, C.A., & Miller, C.M. (2013, May 23). A model for peer-to-peer global health education: The student facilitator experience. Poster presentation at the Academy of Master Teachers Annual Symposium, Houston, TX.

Dacso, M.M, Patel, P.G., Miller, C.M., & Satterfield, C.A. (2013, March 14-16). Global health as an academic skills building enterprise.  Poster Presentation at the 4th Annual Consortium of Universities for Global Health Meeting, Washington, D.C.

Satterfield, C.A., Dacso, M.M., & Miller, C.M. (2012, May 28). Bridging gaps: An innovative preparation course for international health electives. Poster presentation at the NAFSA: Association of International Educators Annual Conference, Houston, TX.

Patel, P.G., Dacso, M.M., Miller, C.M., & Satterfield, C.A. (2012, May 18). Interdisciplinary global health education: A paradigm in evolution. Poster presentation at the Academy of Master Teachers Educational Symposium, Galveston, TX.

Dacso, M.M., Patel, P.G., Miller, C.M., & Satterfield, C.A. (2012, May 18). Training the next generation: UTMB’s global health track.  Poster presentation at the Academy of Master Teachers Educational Symposium, Galveston, TX.

Keiser, P.H., Bryant, L.J., Mwiindi, J.T. & Satterfield, C.A. (2011, March 21-22). Implementation research mini-course for resource limited settings. Think tank Presentation at the Implementation Research Science Meeting, Bethesda, MD.

Nolen, A.B. & Satterfield, C.A. (2011, May 18-19). Inter-professional education—the UTMB global health model. Workshop and Presentation at the Innovations in Health Science Education Conference, San Antonio, TX.

Nolen, A.B. & Satterfield, C.A. (2011, May 18-19). Global health in the UT System. Workshop and Presentation at the Innovations in Health Science Education Conference, San Antonio, TX.

Nolen, A. B. & Satterfield, C.A. (2011, May 18-19). The UTMB global health inter-professional core course: Successes, lessons, and open questions. Poster presentation at the Innovations in Health Science Education Conference, San Antonio, TX.

Satterfield, C.A. (2010, January 28-31). Improving family medicine education through collaborative global health education programs. Poster presentation at the annual Predoctoral Society for Teachers of Family Medicine meeting, Jacksonville, FL.

Nolen, A.B., Satterfield, C.A., Smith, J.K., White, A.C., & LeDuc, J.W. (2009, September 14-15). Global health at UTMB: Diverse and expanding programs. Poster presentation at the Annual Consortium of Universities for Global Health meeting, Bethesda, MD.

 

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Guillot-Wright, Shannon. (2017). “A Photo-Ethnography Documenting the Health Care Experiences of Seafarers” Oral section at the Diversity and Inclusion Conference, Galveston, TX.

Guillot-Wright, Shannon. (2017). “The Production of Precarity: How Sociopolitical Structures Can Limit Recourse to Health Care Rights for Seafarers.” Oral section at the Conference for Physician-Scholars in the Social Sciences and Humanities, Boston, MA.

Davenport, M. & Goodman, M.L. (2017) Breaking the poverty cycle in the US and rectifying health inequities. Invited lecture to Houston Global Health Conference. 

Smith, Ken, S. Guillot-Wright, H. Serag, Christine Kovic, Chris Greeley, Jean Raphael. (2017). “Policies and Practices to Improve Access to Care and Reduce the Health Risks of Child Refugees Fleeing Violence from Central America and Mexico,” Oral section at the Texas Public Health Association Annual Conference, Fort Worth, TX.

Guillot-Wright, S. (2017). “A Critical Historical Analysis Exploring the Health Care Experiences of Seafarers.” Oral section presented at 14th International Symposium on Maritime Health, International Maritime Health Association, Manila, Philippines.

Guillot-Wright, S. (2017). “A Critical Analysis of Economic and Governance Policies that Affect the Health Care Experiences of Seafarers.” Oral section presented at Health Humanities Consortium, Houston, TX.

Goodman, M. (2016). What do we do about children who live on the street? Lecture to World Wide Wednesday student group; Texas Medical Center.

Guillot-Wright, Shannon, Hani Serag, Ken Smith (2016). “Borderlands: Enhancing Access to Healthcare for Child Refugees.” Presented at Texas Public Health Association, Galveston, TX.

Guillot-Wright, S. (2015). “In the Name of Life: Humanitarian Aid and Health (as) Security During the Ebola Crisis.” Oral section at Pan-European Conference on International Relations, Sicily, Italy.

Goodman, M. (2014). Voices from the field. Houston Global Health Collaborative: Impact 2014 Conference.

 

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

A Costing Exercise for Surgical Procedures Performed at Maua Methodist Hospital. Thiennga Vo, Aaron Wang, Dr. Tony Mwenyemali. The objectives of this project are to accurately determine the costs of five surgical procedures at MMH and to create a model to be used for accurate future costing.

Social factors that prevent utilization of free eye care camps and surgeries in South India. Janani Sundaresan. This study was aimed at determining factors associated with the poor uptake of eye care services in India.

Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices Related to Childhood Nutrition: A Community-Based Study in a District of Lima, Peru. Cara Pritchett, Ana Garces-Wood, Allison Smith, Catherine Donat, Gladys Valdiviezo, Theresa Ochoa. Our primary aim is to evaluate nutrition-related KAP among mothers of children in Pamplona Alta, located in the resource-poor district of San Juan de Miraflores (Lima).

Investigation of Suicide Attempts in Meru County, Kenya. Derrick Gibson, Gwen Lin, Kerry O’Leary, Janki Patel, Katherine Porter, Michael Goodman. Objective is to investigate the most common causes of suicide ideation in males aged 18-35 years old due to an observed increase in suicide by clinicians practicing at Maua Methodist Hospital in Maua, Meru County, Kenya.

Effect of Specialty Care on Fetal Mortality in Rural East African Mission Hospital 2014-2015. Sara Journeay, Julio Santiago Perez, Dr. Luyimbaazi Julius Kisaasa, Dr. Philip Keiser, Dr. Gingo Stephen. Aim is to determine whether the addition of an obstetrician to the hospital staff has helped decrease the fetal mortality rate of the hospital.

Outcomes of Neonates Based on Decision-to-Delivery Intervals and Mother’s Admission Status in Fort Portal, Uganda. Julie Nguyen, Daniel O’Brien, Philip Keiser. The objective of this study was to retrospectively determine the outcomes of neonates born via EmC/S in a setting in which the majority of D-I intervals greatly surpassed the 30 minute recommendation.

Assessing the Efficiency of Holy Family Virika Hospital in Fort Portal, Uganda: Application of Pabon Lasso Technique. Joyce H. Lee, Eric Nezerwa. The objective of this study is to assess the performance of the five wards at Virika Hospital using the Pabon Lasso Technique and to identify areas where improvements can be made.

Elite Client Healthcare at Nyakibale Hospital.  Allen, Dyron; Khonsari, Neema; Philip Keiser MD; Luyimbaazi Julius. Using key service benchmarks, our study assessed if patients using PHS were satisfied.

 

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Goodman, M.L. (2017). HIV as a chronic illness. Chronic Disease Epidemiology. Preventive Medicine & Community Health department course at UTMB.

Goodman, M. (2015). The meaning of HIV to Kenyan orphans and vulnerable children. Internal Medicine Department Journal Club; Aug. 31, 2015.


POSTER PRESENTATIONS

The Impact of Fasciola hepatica on the Academic Performance of Children in Anta, Peru. Logan Yang, Chelsey Bravenec, Maria Luisa Morales, H. Hugo Garcia, A. Clinton White, Miguel M. Cabada. To determine the prevalence of Fasciola hepatica in school-aged children and describe the association between acute and chronic fascioliasis with course scores in children ages 6-16.

Antibiotic-Bacteria Mismatch in an African Setting. Trent Fuller, Yasmine Khairandish, Lauren Lagrimas, Peter Young, Dr. Philip Keiser, Dr. Loice Achieng. This study analyzes the mismatch between antibacterial use and the target organism, and identifies the organisms most commonly mistreated.

Recombinase Polymerase Amplification Optimization to Detect Taenia solium DNA in Human Stools. Hayley K Rogers, Kelli A Bagwell, Jose L Malaga, Safa Maharsi, Patrick A Naeger, Dr. Miguel M Cabada. The aims of this project are to improve detection methods of T. solium in the field and to optimize an RPA protocol for the detection of T. solium.

Adaptation to lateral flow product detection of a recombinase polymerase amplification test (RPA-LF) to detect Fasciola hepatica in human stool. Patrick A. Naeger, Safa Maharsi, Jose L Malaga, Alejandro Castellanos-Gonzalez, A. Clinton White Jr., Miguel M Cabada. The purpose of this study was to determine if it is feasible to adapt a Fasciola RPA test to a lateral flow strip format that will provide highly sensitive results and will be applicable in resource-limited settings.

Mosquito Collection Detection of Zika Virus in Southeastern Dominican Republic. T Nunez, D Aragon, R Rubinstein, E Wang, M Dacso, S Weaver. The purpose of this study was to classify and determine prevalence of Zika Virus among mosquito populations in Southeastern Dominican Republic.

Establishing a protocol to demonstrate regulatory T cell induced downregulation of IL-5 response to larval Strongyloides stercoralis antigen in HTLV-1 and strongyloidiasis coinfected patients. Matthew LaCour, Anjali Muraleedharan, Nestor Vazquez, Martin Montes. Our purpose was to establish a method for isolating SS larval antigen and validate a Treg depletion assay from peripheral blood.

Prevalence and Risk Factors for Strongyloides stercoralis Infection in the Quellouno District Communities of the Cusco Region in Peru. Adiel Aizenberg, Priscilla Ly, Taylor Martin, Maria L. Morales, Martha Lopez, Frescia M. Mamani, M. Vanessa Fernandez-Baca, A. Clinton White, Miguel M. Cabada. This study aims to assess the epidemiology of Strongyloides using a combination of tests to improve sensitivity.

Immunological Impact of HTLV-1 on Latent Tuberculosis. Milena Lobaina, William Hertzing , Karen Luhmann , Nestor Vasquez, MD., Daniel Hoces, MD., Martin Montes, MD. The aims of this project are to (1) compare the spontaneous and TB antigen specific immunological responses in HTLV-1 positive and negative patients, and (2) describe the immunological profile of LTBi patients with and without HTLV-1 coinfection by measuring TB antigen specific cytokines.

Obstacles to the treatment and care of individuals with diabetes in low-middle income countries. Makenzie Kothmann. The purpose of this study is identifying current obstacles to the treatment of diabetic patients in low-middle income countries.

Comparison of the Mortality of Noncommunicable Diseases in Ecuador and the Americas. Morgan Kirkpatrick. This study compared the trends of mortality of NCDs in Ecuador to that of other countries in the Americas.

Fighting the rising trends in obesity in Ecuador. Lauren Correa. The purpose of this study was to determine if a faith-based intervention, working to equip and educate local faith communities, would be feasible to fight obesity in Ecuador.

Chamomile Cures: a literature review. Mauli Dalal. The present study aims to provide a comprehensive review on the current data assessing the traditional medicine uses of chamomile.

Insecticide resistant Triatominae and increased incidence of Chagas Disease. Jennifer Doran. The aim of this research is to elucidate contributing factors in poor control of Chagas disease in the Gran Chaco.