2022 Presidential Poster Session Awardees

We congratulate the following Presidential Poster Session award recipients for 2022. 

Case Series & Case Studies: 
Poster B46 - Inflammatory Cerebral Amyloid Angiopathy or another Alzheimer’s Disease by Kanishk Deep Sharma from Eastern Virginia Medical School

Clinical Innovation & Quality Improvement: 
Poster B77 - Implementation of Drive to Deprescribe in long-term care residents on antihyperglycemic agents by Vanessa Ogundipe from University of Michigan

Clinical Trials:
Poster B98 - Longer term All-Cause and Cardiovascular Mortality with Intensive Blood Pressure Control by Nicholas M Pajewski from Wake Forest University School of Medicine

Epidemiology: 
Poster B100 - Frequency of Fingerstick Glucose Monitoring Across Levels of Cognitive Impairment in Veterans Affairs Nursing Home Residents with Diabetes by W. James Deardorff from University of California San Francisco, San Francisco Veterans Affairs Health Care System

Ethics & Qualitative Research:
Poster B120 - Circular Decision Making Surrounding Long Term Care Planning for Alzheimer’s Disease by Allison Schierer from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Geriatric Bioscience: 
Poster B124 - Aged mice exhibit significantly greater myeloid-derived suppressor cells and display increased glycolytic capacity and CD38 expression by Ramkumar Thiyagarajan from Center for Successful Aging, University at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, University at Buffalo & VA Western New York Healthcare System.

Geriatric Education: 
Poster B136 - Education About Deprescribing for Pre-licensed and Licenced Health Care Professionals: A Scoping Review by Cheryl Ann Sadowski from University of Alberta

Geriatric Medicine in Other Specialties:
Poster B147 - Impact of Coronary Revascularization Strategies on Days Alive and Out of Hospital for Acute Coronary Syndrome in Older Adults by Ahmed Ijaz Shah from Kaiser Permanente Northern California, Mercer University

Geriatric Syndromes: 
Poster B153 - Older Adults experience and response to Voice Assistant Systems by Tiffany M Driesse from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine

Health Services & Policy Research:
Poster B179 - How information framing affects physician decision-making around stopping cancer screening in older adults – results from a national survey by Nancy L Schoenborn from Johns Hopkins University

Neurologic & Behavioral Science:
Poster B193 - Longitudinal analysis of cognitive function in patients with multiple myeloma by A S Yusuf from Northeastern Ohio Medical University