Graduate students Fanuel Hagos and Solomon Adams were awarded best oral presentation and best post poster in critical care medicine respectively at the Safar Symposium for Resuscitation Research annual meeting in Pittsburgh May 21-22nd.  The 12th Annual Safar Symposium is a two-day multi-departmental research conference held jointly by the Safar Center for Resuscitation Research and the Peter M. Winter Institute for Simulation Education and Research (WISER) in the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.PittPharmacy_Safar2014_FannuelHagos_02

Fanuel Hagos  (photographer: Max Glider) 

Fanuel Hagos, BS, MS, won best oral presentation for his research Co-administration of Probenecid increases N-Acetylcysteine systemic and brain concentrations: Implications for Traumatic Brain Injury.   PittPharmacy_Safar2014_SolomonAdams_27Solomon Adams, PharmD, won best poster in the Critical Care Medicine category for his poster  ABCG2 rs2231142 is associated with outcomes following severe traumatic brain injury.       Philip Empey, PharmD, PhD, BCPS, is the primary advisor for both Adams and Hagos. Research is a collaborative effort in laboratory of Philip Empey PharmD, PhD, BCPS and investigators at the Safar Center for Resuscitation Research, School of Nursing, and Department  of Critical Care Medicine.

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