Hannah M. Atkins, DVM

Hannah Atkins, DVM

Fourth Year Student, 2016-2017

Year Matriculated: 2014

Email address: hatkins@wakehealth.edu

Education:   

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
May 2014

Bachelor of Science, Animal Sciences Minor, Poultry and Avian Science
The Pennsylvania State University         
May 2010

Advisors:

Susan Appt, DVM
David Caudell, DVM, PhD

Research Interests:

Women’s Health and Wellness
Endometrial Biology and Endometriosis 
Biomarkers of Clinical Disease
Pathology 

 

Pathology Conference Presentations: (10-15 people)

 

o   Primate Case Presentation: “Gastric Dilatation in a Cynomolgus Macaque,” August 1, 2014 (30 min)

 

o   General Pathology Lecture: “Viral Diseases of Poultry,” August 1, 2014 (30 min)

 

o   Primate Case Presentation: “Anemia, Macrosomia and Placentitis in a Vervet Monkey,” September 19, 2014 (30 min)

 

o   Primate Case Presentation: “Radiation Encephalopathy in a Rhesus Macaque,” December 5, 2014 (30 min)

 

o   AVCP Board Review Lecture: “Intracellular Accumulations,” January 30, 2015 (30 min)

 

o   Primate Case Presentation: “Penile Necrosis in a Cynomolgus Macaque,” March 13, 2015 (30 min)

 

o   Primate Case Presentation: “Ventral Septal Defect and Pneumonia in a Cynomolgus Macaque,” May 29, 2015. (30 min)

 

Nonhuman Primate Research Center (NHPRC) Consortium Virtual Slide Conference: “Retinal Degeneration in an Irradiated Rhesus Macaque,” July 29, 2014. (National Presentation, 15 min).

Wake Forest Endometrial Biology Interest Working Group Meeting: “Copeptin As a Biomarker For Endometriosis in the Cynomolgus Macaque (Macaca fascicularis) Model for Endometriosis,” August 21, 2014. Audience: 15-20 people (5 min)

Wake Forest University – North Carolina State University Joint Histopathology Conference: Common Brain Lesions of Geriatric Macaques,” October, 29, 2014. Audience: 20-15 people. (15 min)

COMD 730 Lecture: “Avian Diseases,” November 12, 2014. Audience: 15-20 people. (1 hour)

 

o   Composed exam questions for this lecture to supplement class.

 

  • Center for Comparative Medicine Research Strategy Meeting: “Macrophage differentiation and iron metabolism in endometriosis,” November 13, 2014. Audience: 20-30 people
  • Wake Forest MMTS 715: Clinical Experience: “Women’s Reproductive Health,” December 12, 2014 Audience: 10 people. (15 min)
  • Center for Comparative Medicine Journal Club Presentation: “Heme-Mediated SPI-C Induction Promotes Monocyte Differentiation into Iron-Recycling Macrophages,” (Haldar et al., Cell, 2014), December 16, 2014. Audience: 10-15 people.
  • MMTS 724 Scientific Presentation: “Macrophages, Estrogen, and Iron Metabolism in Endometriosis,” March 26, 2015, Audience: 10-15 people. (30 min)
  • Wake Forest MMTS 711/712 Seminar: “Iron Metabolism,” April 10, 2015. Audience: 20-25 people. (1 hour)
  • Wake Forest University – North Carolina State University Joint Histopathology Conference: “Endometriosis in a Female Rhesus Macaque,” April 17, 2015 Audience: 15-20 people. (15 min)
  • Center for Comparative Medicine Journal Club Presentation: HIV-1 reprograms the migration of macrophages (Verollet et al., Blood, 2015) May 19, 2015. Audience: 10-15 people. (45 min)
  • Wake Forest Investigative Pathology Group Meeting: “Women’s Health and Endometriosis: Clinical Issues and Research Answers,” June 25th, 4:00pm, Co-presenter with Robert Taylor, MD
  • Nonhuman Primate Research Center (NHPRC) Consortium Virtual Slide Conference: Case of Decidualized Abdominal Endometriosis in Rhesus Macaque, June 30, 2015. National Conference. 

 

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