Breathe Southern California, the Emphysema Foundation of America, and Trudeau Society invite you to the 2023 California Research Forum on Lung Health.
The California Research Forum on Lung Health joins local researchers as they share strategies and innovations
related to clinical and scientific pulmonary and respiratory health. Research abstracts are selected by the
Trudeau Society Steering Committee and the leading oral/poster presentations are recognized for their remarkable work.
We look forward to reviewing this year’s evidence-based research from our honored speakers from across the nation.
Breathe Southern California present
Trudeau Society California Lung Health Research Forum 2023
Strategies and Innovations in Pulmonary & Respiratory Health
Date: April 22, 2023| 8:30 AM- 1:30 PM
LOCATION: Lundquist Institute for Biomedical Innovation|
1124 W. Carson St, Torrance, CA
8:15 AM-8:45 AM Registration (Starbucks coffee will be provided)
8:45 AM-9 AM WELCOME REMARKS/ HISTORY OF TRUDEAU SOCIETY
Dr. Jeremy Falk, Cedars-Sinai, Chair, Trudeau Society Steering Committee
9:00 AM- 10:30 AM RESEARCH ABSTRACTS* (15-minute presentations)
Moderators: Dr. William Stringer & Matusov
9:00 AM- 9:15 AM Carly Heffernan: “Utility of 2 Day Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing (CPET) Protocol in Long Haul COVID (LHC) Patients- Preliminary Data”
9:15 AM- 9:30 AM Kelvin Chong: “Associations Between Indices of Impulse and pulmonary functions test in obstructive and restrictive respiratory disorders.”
9:30 AM- 9:45 AM Sheryl Flynn PT, PhD: “Virtual Pulmonary Rehab: Preliminary Results of a Software Enabled Virtual PR Program Compared with Clinic-based PR”.
9:45 AM – 10:00 AM Pedram Shafiei Jahani: “ILC2s with TNFR2 Expression are Potential Therapeutic Targets for Asthma”
10:00 AM- 10:15 AM Fahim : “Novel Non-Invasive Evaluation of Oxygen Deficient Before and After Thoracentesis- A Pilot Study.”
10:30 AM- 10:45 AM Break
11:00 AM – 11:45 AM CASE REPORTS * (15-minute presentations)
Moderators: Dr. Guy W. Soo Hoo & Dr. Isabel Pedraza
11:00 AM- 11:15 AM Gregory Stone, MD: “Nocardia Pneumonia Presenting as Bacteremia”
11:15 AM- 11:30 AM Gregory Stone, MD: “A Case of Multisystem Sarcoidosis Diagnosed Incidentally During Surveillance Colonoscopy”
11:30 AM- 11:45 AM Justin Shiu: “A Rare Case & Review of Pulmonary Ossification”
11:45 AM- 12:00 PM Break and Get Lunch (Melrose Catering will be providing lunch)
12:00 PM- 1:00PM Lunch and Keynote Speaker: Dr. Laura Crotty- Alexander: “Known & Predicted Impacts of E-Cigarette Use on Health”
1:00 PM– 1:15 PM Announcement of Winners & Closing Remarks
*Each 15-minute presentation will be 10 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for questions.
Yuliya Zektser, MD
Sarcoidosis Presenting as Recurrent Pneumonia in Association with MGUS
Stephanie Chang, MD
Rapid growing Mycobacterium Tuberculosis Empyema Neccessitans
Alex Yuen, MD
Gasping for a Diagnosis: A Case of MDA-5 Positive Dermatomyositis-Related Interstitial Lung Disease
Gilad Jaffe, MD
The Natural History of a Patient with Hypoxemic COVID-19 Pneumonia
Nicholas Jendzjowsky, MD
IgE Stimulates Carotid Body Activity
Nicholas Tiller, MD
Drinking Cold Water Evokes Decreases in Spirometric Indices of Lung Function
Dale Jun, MD
Post-Covid Recovery: Characteristics and Outcomes of Chronic Critically Ill Patients at an LTAC
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