46th Annual Conference on Shock
The SCIRC is extremely thrilled to have an opportunity to share our expertise and insights at the upcoming 46th Annual Conference on Shock to be held in Portland, Oregon on June 17-20. We are honored to have several SCIRC colleagues receive travel awards, invitations to present their scholarship, and serve as session moderators. We look forward to attending the conference, collaborating with peers, and contributing to meaningful discussions on the future of sepsis research.
Excellent leadership can be the key to achieving numerous accomplishments by a group. Great leaders can inspire and motivate their team to work towards goals, which can lead to outstanding results. Excellent leaders also lead by example, they set high standards for themselves and their team, and they consistently model the behavior they expect from others. This inspires team members to do their best work and create a culture of excellence.
Ultimately, the mark of excellent leadership is the overall achievements of a team! That being said, the SCIRC is extremely grateful for the outstanding leadership, dedication, and mentorship provided by Dr. Philip Efron, Dr. Alicia Mohr, Dr. Tyler Loftus, Dr. Robert Maile and Dr. Lyle Moldawer. Their leadership is a testament to the importance of excellent leadership in achieving great things.
Thank you all for your outstanding contributions!
Travel Award Kudos. Congratulations!
- Jeremy Balch
- Evan Barrios
- Jennifer Munley
- Valerie Polcz
- Micah Willis,(UF Affiliate)
2023 SCIRC @ Shock Program
SATURDAY, JUNE 17
2:35 PM – 3:55 PM
Plenary Session II
Computational Sciences and Precision Medicine in Trauma and Critical Care
3:35 pm- 3:45 Jeremy Balch, MD – Immunological endotypes in intensive care patients with sepsis or at-risk of sepsis (Abstract 3904758; 10 min)
4:10 PM – 5:20 PM
Plenary Session III
Shock Journal: State of the Journal & Oral Presentations of Most Downloaded Papers
5:06 pm- 5:18 Dijoia Darden, MD – Sepsis-Induced Myopathy and Gut Microbiome Dysbiosis: Mechanistic Links and Therapeutic Targets
SUNDAY, JUNE 18
7:30 AM- 9 AM
Poster Session I- Exhibit Hall
- Gwendolyn, Gillies, MD- INFECTION INDUCES ERYTHROBLASTIC ISLAND DYSFUNCTION IN MULITCOMPARTMENTAL TRAUMA
- Valerie, Polcz, MD- MONOCYTE ANISOCYTOSIS (MDW) IS INCREASED IN SURGICAL SEPSIS, IS ASSOCIATED WITH MDSC EXPANSION, BUT DOES NOT IMPROVE PREDICTION OF ADVERSE CLINICAL OUTCOMES
- Micah, Willis, PhD- 1)LEVELS OF PLASMA ESTRADIOL OBSERVED AFTER BURN INJURY INDUCE EXTRACELULAR VESICLES WITH ALTERED IMMUNOREGULATORY FUNCTION 2) PLASMA EXTRACELLULAR VESICLES POSSESS UNIQUE IMMUNOMODULATORY PROTEIN CARGO AT DIFFERENT CLINICAL PHASES OF BURN-INDUCED IMMUNE DYSFUNCTION
- Evan, Barrios, MD- CELLULAR INDEXING OF TRANSCRIPTOMES AND EPITOPES BY SEQUENCING (CITE-SEQ) ILLUSTRATES A UNIQUE MYELODYSPLASIA AFTER SEPSIS
MONDAY, JUNE 19
Poster Session II- Exhibit Hall
- Valerie, Polcz, MD- BCG INDUCES GESTATIONAL AGE-INDEPENDENT INNATE IMMUNE STIMULATION IN NEONATES: A VALIDATION OF FUNCTIONAL IMMUNOLOGIC BATTERY WITH SMALL VOLUME BLOOD (SVB) SAMPLING
9:00 AM – 10:30 AM
Plenary Session V
The Microbiome in Sepsis, Injury and Critical Illness
9:20 am-9:40 Ravinder Nagpal, PhD – Gut-Biome-Brain Dysbiosis in Aging and Alzheimer’s: Is Sepsis the Missing Link?
9:40 am-10 Alicia Mohr, MD – Stress-Related Changes in the Microbiome After Trauma
10:45 AM – 12:15 PM
Concurrent Session 3
Chronic Critical Illness and Immunosenescence in Trauma and Sepsis
10:45 am-11:05 Ken Remy, MD, (SPIES) – How to Make Precision Medicine Efforts More Precise?
11:25 am-11:45 Christian Bergmann MD, (SPIES)- University of Ulm & University of Cincinnati
Functional Assessment of Innate and Adaptive Immunity in Severely Injured Trauma Patients
11:55 am-12:05 Evan Barrios, MD – Single-cell rna sequencing reveals novel myeloid-derived suppressor cells in chronic critical illness vs rapid responders subacutely after sepsis (Abstract 3909231)
TUESDAY, JUNE 20
7:30 AM-9 AM
Poster Session III- Exhibit Hall
- Valarie, Polcz, MD for Jaimar Rincon, PhD- BCG VACCINATION AT BIRTH INDUCES A REGULATORY RESPONSE, WHICH PREVENTS EXCESSIVE INFLAMMATORY RESPONSES ASSOCIATED WITH MURINE NEONATAL SEPSIS AND DEATH
2:50 PM – 4:20 PM
Concurrent Session 8 Emerging Topics
3:10 pm-3:25 Scott Brakenridge, MD, (SPIES) – Inflammatory and Immunosuppressive Responses to Sepsis and SARS-CoV-2
4:05 pm-4:15 Charles Caldwell, PhD for Lyle L. Moldawer, Ph.D. – Endotyping septic and critically ill patients using ELISPOT: the ‘SPIES’ experience (Abstract 3908525)
4:35 PM – 6:00 PM
Concurrent Session 10
Influence of Social, Environmental, and Biological Variables in Shock, Trauma and Sepsis
5:20 pm-5:40 Letitia Bible, MD – Social Variables in Trauma Including Chronic Stress/Bone Marrow Dysfunction
5:50 pm-6 Jennifer Munley, MD – Postinjury pneumonia induces persistent sex-specific alterations in the gut microbiome (Abstract 3905005)
To view the full 2023 Shock program, please visit: https://shoso.memberclicks.net/annual-conference-2023-schedule.