2022 FamMed Forum Poster Contest

Poster Contest Winners To Be Announced April 2

There are 26 posters in this year’s NJAFP Poster Contest, and, as always, the entries are impressive.

  • 2022 is 100% virtual, but winners will be announced and recognized April 2 at FamMed Forum.
  • The numbers: 26 posters, 9 residency programs, 6 physician authors, 18 resident authors, 2 student authors, 104 co-authors
  • Topics: COVID, women’s health, SUD, and geriatrics are common. Other topics include sleep disorders, HCV, ER follow up and depression.
  • Awards will be announced at FamMed Forum April 2
    • Top 2 physician posters
    • Top 2 resident posters
    • Top 2 student posters



  • Physicians: 1st and 2nd places win free FMF 2023 registration
  • Residents: 1st place $150 and 2nd place $100
  • Students: 1st place $100 and 2nd place $50


Questions? Contact Angie at angie@njafp.org.

Important Dates:

  • Final PDF deadline is Mardi Gras: 3/1/2022
  • Winners announced at 2022 FamMed Forum: 4/2/2022

2021 Poster Contest Winners

Thank you to our 2021 authors!  Congratulations to the 2021 winners!

Click the images to view the full posters.

People's Choice Award

"The effect of the Covid-19 lockdown period on diabetes

AUTHOR(S):  Donald Fru, MD; Angella Makaha, MD; Daniel Cruz, PhD; Preethi George, MD

INSTITUTION: HMH Mountainside Medical Center

Residents: First Place

“Barriers Towards Low Dose Computed Tomography for Cancer Screening among Primary Care Providers in New Jersey”

AUTHOR(S): Thai Tran, MD;
Stacy Davis, PhD, MPH; Johanna B Serrano, BS; Jeanne M. Ferrante, MD, MPH, FAAFP; Michael Steinberg, MD, MPH, FACP; Shawna V Hudson, PhD; Anita Y. Kinney, PhD, RN

INSTITUTION: Rutgers RWJ Medical School

Residents: Second Place

“Horticulture Therapy: Practice of Healing for the Elderly Population in Long Term Care Facilities”

AUTHOR(S): Krishna Parikh, MD;
Joshua Raymond, MD, MPH, FAAFP, CMD

INSTITUTION: Rutgers RWJMS at CentraState

Students: First Place

“Hypercalcemia-induced Pancreatitis in a Patient With Sarcoidosis: A Case Report”

AUTHOR(S): Chelsea Lauro OMS-III
Kaitlyn Dalsey, DO; Daniel Feldman, OMS-III; Iftekhar Mahmud, DO, PGY-I; Brendan Kelly, DO, MBA, FACOI

INSTITUTION: Atlanticare Regional Medical Center


Students: Second Place

“Community Partnerships to Address Barriers to Covid-19 Vaccine Access Among Vulnerable Adults”

AUTHOR(S): Nathalia Arias-Azalte, MS4;
Karen WeiRu Lin, MD, MS, FAAFP; Danielle Flood, Meagan Hawes, Catherine Morris, Cameron Schmidt, David Wu, Julia Zheng

INSTITUTION: Rutgers RWJ Medical School