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St. Elizabeth Medical Residents to Present Research at International Meeting,
Date:3/7/2010

In April, the work of two St. Elizabeth Internal Medicine residents in hypertension therapy and sleep disorders will receive international recognition at the American College of Physicians (ACP) annual meeting.

Youngstown, Ohio (Vocus) March 7, 2010 -- In April, the work of two St. Elizabeth Internal Medicine residents in hypertension therapy and sleep disorders will receive international recognition at the American College of Physicians (ACP) annual meeting.

Muneer M. Al Zoby, MD and Myreen E. Tomas, MD have been selected to present their research during the ACP conference April 22-24 in Toronto, Canada.

Both physicians are enrolled in the Internal Medicine Residency program at St. Elizabeth Health Center in Youngstown, Ohio. Internal Medicine Residency faculty members Erdal Sarac, MD and Alan Cropp, MD provided support for the research of Drs. Al Zoby and Tomas respectively.

Dr. Al Zoby's submission "Efficacy of Aliskiren as an Additive Anti-Hypertensive Drug" will be entered into the Associate Research Paper Competition.

Dr. Tomas' abstract titled, "REM Behavior Sleep Disorder Presenting As Acute Agitation" has been selected by the Abstract Review Board for presentation as a poster finalist.

St. Elizabeth Health Center is a tertiary care center located in northeastern Ohio featuring a strong graduate medical education program offering fully accredited Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Dental, General Surgery and Transitional Residencies. St. Elizabeth is one of three hospitals that make up Humility of Mary Health Partners, a member of Catholic Healthcare Partners one of the top 10 health systems in the country as named by Thomson Reuters.                        

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