Recent AACT Award Recipients

2017 AACT Research Award Winner

Morgan Riggan, MD
New York University and Bellevue Hospital, New York City Poison Control Center
The effects of activated charcoal and polyethylene glycol with electrolyte solution on bupropion XL concentration in vivo”

Dr. Riggan

 

2016 Toxicology Trainee Research Grant

Sean Boley, MD
Hennepin County Medical Center
A prospective analysis of physostigmine use versus standard care  in the treatment of anticholinergic toxicity”

boley

Dr. Boley

 

2016 AACT Junior Investigator Research Grant

Benjamin A Willenbring, MD
Regions Hospital, St. Paul
Identification of the mechanism of buproprion-induced neurological and cardiovascular toxicity”

 

Dr. Willenbring

Dr. Willenbring

 

2016 AACT Junior Investigator Research Grant/Lampe Kunkel Memorial Award

George Sam Wang, MD
University of Colorado Denver
Physostigmine vs. lorazepam for treatment of adolescent antimuscarinic (anticholinergic) toxidrome”

  

Dr. Wang

Dr. Wang

 

2016 AACT Student and Trainee NACCT Travel Award

Kristen Gruenther, MD
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
“Lamotrigine toxidrome of rapidly alternating somnolence and agitated delirium”

 

Dr. Gruenther

Dr. Gruenther

 

2016 AACT Student and Trainee NACCT Travel Award

Daniel Lasoff, MD
UC San Diego
“Increasing abuse and misuse of loperamide”

Dr. Wasoff

Dr. Wasoff

 

2016 AACT Student and Trainee NACCT Travel Award 

Meghan Spyres, MD
Banner-University Medical Center Phoenix
“Rattlesnake envenomations treated with and without maintenance antivenom”

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Dr. Spyres