Curriculum vitae lisa Moreno-Walton, md, ms, facep, faaem louisiana State University Health Sciences Center Department of Medicine, Section of Emergency Medicine 1542 Tulane Avenue Room 452 Box T4 M2 New Orleans, la 70112



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CURRICULUM VITAE

Lisa Moreno-Walton, MD, MS, FACEP, FAAEM
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center

Department of Medicine, Section of Emergency Medicine
1542 Tulane Avenue Room 452 Box T4 M2
New Orleans, LA  70112



Phone
: 504-903-3594

Fax: 504-903-4569
E-mail Address: lwalto@lsuhsc.edu;
Citizenship: United States of America
Education:
New York University, Bachelor of Science, Summa cum Laude, June 1979

New York University, Master of Social Work, Summa cum Laude, June 1980

Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY, Doctor of Medicine, June 1990

Post Graduate Training:
Flushing Hospital Medical Center, Flushing, New York

Categorical Surgery 07/90-06/93


Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, Shreveport, Louisiana

Categorical Surgery 07/93-06/94


Jacobi Medical Center, Bronx, New York

Emergency Medicine Residency Program 07/01-06/04


American College of Emergency Physicians, Dallas, Texas

Teaching Fellow 10/07-05/08


American College of Emergency Physicians, Dallas, Texas

Emergency Medicine Basic Research Skills Fellow 11/08-present

Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, New Orleans, LA

Clinical and Translational Research, Education &Commercialization Project

Clinical Research Scholar 1/09-present


Certification:
Board Certified, Emergency Medicine

Instructor, Advanced Trauma Life Support

Instructor, Advanced Cardiac Life Support

Provider, Pediatric Advanced Life Support

Certified Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner

Academic and Professional Appointments:
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, New Orleans, Louisiana

Clinical Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine 05/10-present

Assistant Professor of Medicine 01/10-present

Assistant Professor, Research, Department of Genetics 01/10- present

Associate Residency Program Director, Emergency Medicine 10/08- present

Director of Resident Research 01/10- present

Clinical Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine 10/08- 05/10

North Bronx Health Care Network, Bronx, New York

Attending Physician, Emergency Medicine

03/08- present


VISTA Staffing/ Indian Health Service

Tuba City Regional Health Care, Tuba City, AZ

Chinle Service Unit, Chinle, AZ

Attending Physician, Emergency Medicine

11/07- present
Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center, Bronx, New York

Assistant Residency Program Director, Emergency Medicine

Physician Coordinator, Trauma Services

Associate Director, Sexual Assault Response Team

Chief, Surgical Emergency Services

07/04-11/07

Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, Shreveport, Louisiana

Clinical Instructor, Department of Surgery

Louisiana State University Medical Center, Monroe, Louisiana

Attending Physician, Department of Surgery

07/94-06/01

Ouachita Correctional Center, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana

Prison Physician, 03/97-06/01

Deputy Coroner, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana, 12/99-06/01
Malcolm King-Harlem College, New York, New York

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychology 09/87-09/91


Archdiocese of New York Headstart Program, Bronx, New York

Psychology Consultant 07/84-10/85


Bronx Children’s Psychiatric Center, Bronx, New York

Psychiatric Social Worker 11/81-07/84


Bronx Municipal Hospital Center, Division of Child Psychiatry, Bronx, New York

Psychiatric Social Worker 07/80-11/81


Private Practice in Psychotherapy, Second Street, New York, NY 07/80-06/90
Cardinal Spellman Headstart Center, New York, New York

Social Work Supervisor 06/79-07/80


110th Street Plaza Housing Development Corporation, New York, New York

Administrative Assistant for Grants and Proposal Development 6/77-6/79




Membership in Professional Organizations:

Society of Academic Emergency Medicine (2001-present) American College of Emergency Physicians (1999-present)

American Academy of Emergency Medicine (2001-present)

National Hispanic Medical Association (2002-present) Conference of Residency Directors in Emergency Medicine (2004-present) New York Chapter, American College of Emergency Physicians (2003-2007)

Louisiana Chapter, American Academy of Emergency Medicine (2009-present)




Awards and Honors:
New York State Regents Scholarship, June 1971

Foreign Language Honor Society, March 1975

University Honors Scholar, 1978

Phi Beta Kappa, February 1978

New York State Regents Scholarship for Medicine, June 1986

Maurice Greenhill Award Finalist, June 1990

Teacher of the Year in Emergency Medicine

Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center 06/05

First Place Oral Presentation-Western Regional Research Forum

Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, Portland, Oregon, January 2007

Best Research Poster-Southeastern Regional Research Forum

Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, Charlotte, NC, March 2007

First Place Abstract-New York Chapter American College of Emergency Physicians

Annual Research Forum, Lake George, New York, July 2007

Best Plenary Presentation-Mid-Atlantic Regional Research Meeting

Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, Hershey, PA, September 2008

Best in Session Oral Presentation- Mid-Atlantic Regional Research Meeting

Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, Newark, Delaware, March 2009

Best Poster Presentation- Southeastern Regional Research Forum, Society for

Academic Emergency Medicine, Atlanta, Georgia, March 2009

First Prize Clinical Research- Medicine Research Day, Louisiana State University Health

Sciences Center- New Orleans, January 2010

Teaching Experience/Responsibilities:

Course/Clerkship/Residency or Fellowship/CME Directorships
Instructor, Introduction to Clinical Medicine course for first year medical students at the

Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 1980-1982


Preceptor for Follow-up Rounds monthly conference, Lincoln Medical and Mental Health

Center, Bronx, New York 09/04-11/07


Director, Joint Trauma Rounds, Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center, Bronx, New

York 01/05-11/07


Instructor, Trauma and Surgery Review, Written Board Review Course in Emergency

Medicine, Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center, Bronx, New York 06/05, 06/06


Assistant Residency Program Director, Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center,

Emergency Medicine Residency Program, Bronx, New York 01/06-11/07


Instructor, Quarterly Oral Board Review Course, Lincoln Medical and Mental Health

Center, Bronx, New York 05/06-11/07


Director of Weekly Didactic Conference for Emergency Medicine Residency, Lincoln

Medical and Mental Health Center, Bronx, New York 01/07-11/07


Director, Airway Adjunct In-service Course, Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center,

Bronx, New York, 02/07

Director, Written Board Review Course in Emergency Medicine, Lincoln Medical and

Mental Health Center, Bronx, New York 06/07

Participant, Minority Faculty Development Institute, Albert Einstein College of Medicine,

Bronx, New York, 06/08

Associate Residency Program Director, Louisiana State University Health Sciences

Center Emergency Medicine Residency Program, New Orleans 10/08-present


Director of Weekly Didactic Conference for Emergency Medicine Residency, LSUHSC,

New Orleans 03/09-present



Curriculum Development/Implementation
Science for the Pre-School Child – Developed an 18 month curriculum and teacher’s guide for Bronx Headstart. Each of the fifteen topic units has sections for group time lecture, class activities, art projects, field trips, science experiments, unit games, and story hour. (July 1985)
Abdominal Pathology for Medical Students – Developed and taught this curriculum at the University of Mongolia School of Medicine, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia (October 2002)
Dental Pathology for Medical Students – Developed and taught this curriculum at the University of Mongolia School of Medicine, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia (October 2002)
Follow Up Rounds – Developed a Conference module which incorporates oral board review, clinical pathological correlation, case follow up, and review of a core curriculum topic in the one hour module. (May 2005)
Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner Course for Residents- Four eight hour sessions designed to train physicians in forensic evidence collection, cultural sensitivity, CDC prophylaxis measures and their indications, colposcopy, forensic photography, chain of evidence procedures, legal and consent issues and expert testimony in cases of sexual assault (submitted to ACEP March, 2008)

Weekly Didactic Conference for Emergency Medicine Residents- Developed a conference curriculum based on topic modules in accordance with percent emphasis on the Board exam and meeting all learning requirements of the ACGME. Emphasis is on interactive learning, with ultrasound and simulation workshops, procedure labs, clinical guidelines, administrative issues, and research seminars that are related to the topic module being presented each month. Residents take an active role in presenting interactive learning modules. Each faculty member assumes ownership of a subject area, fostering faculty development and increased involvement with and attendance at resident conferences. (July 2009)


Medical Student Mentoring:
2005-Anika McClain, medical student applicant

2007-Ashley Roth, Randy Longman, medical student applicants

Summer 2009-Guy Alexander-MS1; “A multisite survey investigation of the attitudes and

compliance of Emergency Department personnel and patients concerning influenza

vaccines”; project completed.

November 2009- Dywanda Lewis-MS4; “The Use of Bedside Ultrasound to Distinguish

Between Cellulitis and Cutaneous Abscess”, presented at Medicine Research Day,

2010


January 2010-present: Virtual mentor for minority medical students through the SAEM Virtual Mentorship program.

February- April 2010: Andrew Fuller, MS4; study and protocol design for a prospective randomized clinical trial of an educational intervention

March 2010-present: Michael Dietz, MS4; works as the study coordinator for my Masters Thesis project.

April 2010- Scott Stafford: “Bedside Ultrasound in the Evaluation of Pericardial Masses”- abstract submitted to European Society for Emergency Medicine Scientific Assembly.

Summer 2010- Paul Hurd: “Correlating Fast Food Intake and Orthopedic Injury in the Public Hospital Population: A Multi-Center Study”.

Summer 2010- Stephen Kaiser: “Factors Affecting Willingness of Plastic Surgeons to Take Emergency Department Call: A Multi-state Survey”.

Summer 2010- Carla McClain: “Justice in Trauma Research: Community Opinions”

Resident Mentoring:

2004-2005- Ramon Nunez, Lincoln MMHC Resident Scholarly Project: participated in “A

Sexual Assault Response Team: The South Bronx Experience”.

2004-2007- Amish Shah, Lincoln MMHC Resident Scholarly Project: “Teaching

Residents to Read Computed Tomography of the Brain Using a Power Point and

Video Teaching Tool”; Council of Residency Directors Academic Assembly 02/07;

Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Conference 09/07; Minority Faculty Develop-

ment Institute 06/08; 5th European Congress on Emergency Medicine 09/08.

2004-2007-Amish Shah, mentored project: “A Novel Approach to Measuring Central

Venous Pressure to Facilitate Early Goal Directed Therapy in the Emergency

Department”, American Academy of Emergency Medicine Resident Research

Competition First Prize Abstract 03/07; New York Chapter Society for Academic

Emergency Medicine First Prize Abstract 03/07; South Eastern Regional Research

Meeting First Prize Abstract 03/07; New England Regional Research Meeting 04/07;

Lincoln Medical Center Resident Research Competition First Prize 06/07;

Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Conference 09/07; 5th European Congress on

Emergency Medicine 09/08. Abstract published European Journal of Emergency


Medicine, vol. 15 no. 5, p. 295, October 2008.

2004-2007- Hector Torres, Lincoln MMHC Resident Scholarly Project: participated in

“The Reliability of Triage Classification as a Predictor of Severity in Major Trauma”.

2005-2007- Tae K. Park, participated in “A Novel Approach to Measuring Central

Venous Pressure to Facilitate Early Goal Directed Therapy in the Emergency

Department” as his Resident Scholarly Project, and presented it at the New York

Chapter American College of Emergency Physicians Research Forum, and won

First Prize 07/07.

2007-Michael Daly- Lincoln MMHC Resident Scholarly Project: participated in

“Does Attendance at Weekly Didactic Conference Improve the In-service Exam

Scores of Emergency Medicine Residents?”

2006-2009- Fiona Azuibiuke- Lincoln MMHC Resident Scholarly Project: “Does Volume

Matter? A Randomized, Blinded Clinical Trial Comparing 500 cc vs. 1000 cc Oral

Contrast in Abdominal CT”; Lincoln Medical Center Resident Research Competition

First Prize, Mid-Western Regional Research Forum 09/08; and “A Randomized

Controlled Clinical Trial of 1000 cc vs. 500 cc Oral Contrast in Adults Undergoing

Abdominal CT Scans” New England Regional Research Meeting 03/09; Society for

Academic Emergency Medicine Scientific Assembly 05/09; abstract published


Academic Emergency Medicine, vol. 16, no. 4, p. S80, April 2009; The Journal of

Emergency Medicine, vol. 37, no. 2, p. 234, August 2009; European Journal of

Emergency Medicine, vol.16, no. 5, p. 292, October 2009.

2009- Michele Harper- Lincoln MMHC Resident Scholarly Project: participated in

“Examining the Impact of a Sexual Assault Response Team on Delivery of Healthcare

to Survivors of Sexual Assault”.

2009- Kevin Washington, “Atypical Presentation of Pulmonary Embolus in a Patient with

No Risk Factors”, presented at LSUHSC Medicine Research Day and Mediterranean

Emergency Medicine Conference, Valencia, Spain, September, 2009.

2009- Claude D’Antonio, “A Case of Gram Negative Sepsis and Myositis Resulting from

Pelvic Metastasis of Rectal Carcinoma”, presented at LSUHSC Medicine Research Day and Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Conference, Valencia, Spain, September, 2009.

2009- Claude D’Antonio, Council of Residency Directors Clinical Pathological Correlation

Competition: “An Unusual Case of Back Pain”.

2009- Lee Peeples, “Traumatic Retinal Detachment Diagnosed with Ultrasound",

presented at Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Conference, Valencia, Spain,

September, 2009; Medicine Research Day, January 2010; National Medical

Association Conference, July 2010.

2009- Alyssa Lyon, "Traumatic Unstable C-spine Injury", presented at Mediterranean

Emergency Medicine Conference, Valencia, Spain, September, 2009 and Medicine

Research Day, January 2010.

2009- David I. Beren and Juan D. Ramirez, “How We Have Coped: Dealing with

Overcrowding in a Post-Katrina New Orleans”, presented at American College of

Emergency Medicine Annual Scientific Assembly, Boston, MA, October 2009.

2009- Laura Mutter, “The Use of Bedside Ultrasound Guided Pericardiocentesis as a

Lifesaving Intervention in the Emergency Department”, presented at Medicine

Research Day, 2010

2009- Mark Rice, “A Case of Synovial Chondromatosis”, presented at Medicine

Research Day, 2010

2010-Shawn D’Andrea, Council of Residency Directors Clinical Pathological Correlation

Competition: “Chest Pain in a Twenty Year Old Male”.

April 2010- present: Laura Mutter, “The Impact of Hospitalization vs. Hospitalization and

Patient Education on Cardiac Risk Reduction in Patients Diagnosed with Rule Out

Myocardial Infarction”.

May 2010-present: Tara Oden, “The Impact of Hurricane Katrina on Rates of

Penetrating Trauma Recidivism in New Orleans”.

March 2010-present: Gaby Buller and Andrew Nakamoto, “The State of Wellness of

Emergency Medicine Residents”.

June 2010: Dywanda Lewis, “The Use of Bedside Ultrasound to Distinguish Between

Cellulitis and Cutaneous Abscess”, presented at National Medical Association

Conference, 2010


Post Residency Fellow Mentoring:
2007-2008- Jayne Lieb Surgical Critical Care Fellowship Scholarly Project, participated

in “Social Factors Which Predict Penetrating Trauma: Has Anything Changed in the

Past Twenty Years?” and presented a moderated poster at South Eastern Regional

Research Forum 03/08.


Junior Faculty Mentoring:
2010- Vanessa Piazza and Christine Butts, “Emphysematous Pylonephritis Diagnosed

By Bedside Ultrasound: A Case Report”, presented at Medicine Research Day, 2010.

2010-Christine Butts-assisting in scientific writing and data analysis on two ultrasound research projects.

2010- Vanessa Piazza, Council of Residency Directors Clinical Pathological Correlation

Competition: “Differential Diagnosis in a Case of Post-Partum Blindness and Seizures: Posterior Reversible Encephalopathy Syndrome Secondary to Cardiolipin Production in Pregnancy”.

May-July 2010- Jennifer Avegno- analyzing data on medical student procedural learning

in the simulation lab.

June 2010-present- Jennifer Avegno- “Patterns of Sexual Assault in New Orleans Pre-

and Post-Katrina”.


Teaching Awards:
Teacher of the Year in Emergency Medicine

Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center 06/05



Grants and Contracts:

Funded:

1. Translational Research Initiative Grant-awarded by Louisiana State University Executive Research Council and the Chancellor’s office for “Translational Studies on the Consequences of Alcohol Intoxication on Outcome from Traumatic Injury”, December 2008. ($65,000.00)

2. Board of Regents Clinical Scholars Award- awarded by the Louisiana State University School of Medicine Dean’s Office Clinical and Translational Research, Education and Commercialization Project to cover the cost of tuition, fees and salary support for a two year Master’s Degree Program in Clinical Research at Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine beginning January, 2009. ($105,530.00)
3. National Institutes of Health Research Supplement to Promote Diversity in Health Related Research- to develop basic laboratory research skills set while studying the effect of acute and chronic alcohol intoxication on tumor necrosis factor production in monocytes and macrophages using both in vitro and vivo models, October 2009 – September 2011. ($259,742.00)


Papers Presented and Abstracts:
Plenary Address:
Azuibiuke F, Moreno-Walton L, Radeos MS, Baquero A, Ryan MT. “Does Volume Matter? A Randomized, Blinded Clinical Trial Comparing 500 cc vs. 1000 cc Oral Contrast in Abdominal CT”; Mid-Atlantic Regional Research Meeting of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, Hershey, PA, September, 2008 (Best Presentation Award).
Oral Presentations:


  1. Calderon Y, Haughey M, Bijur P, Leider J, Moreno-Walton L, Torres S, Gennis P, Bauman LJ. “The Effectiveness of Video Education as Pre-Test Counseling for HIV Testing in an Urban Emergency Department”; Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Scientific Assembly, Orlando FL, May 2004.
  2. Moreno-Walton L, Ryan MT, Nunez R, Alexander B. “A Sexual Assault Response Team: The South Bronx Experience”, Western Regional Research Forum of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, Portland Oregon, March 2007.


  3. Shah A, Moreno-Walton L, Park TK. “A Novel Approach to Measuring Central Venous Pressure to Facilitate Early Goal Directed Therapy in the Emergency Department”, New York Chapter Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Research Meeting, New York City, March 2007 (first prize).

  4. Shah A, Moreno-Walton L, Park TK. “A Novel Approach to Measuring Central Venous Pressure to Facilitate Early Goal Directed Therapy in the Emergency Department”, Western Regional Research Forum, Portland, OR, March 2007.

  5. Shah A, Moreno-Walton L, Park TK. “A Novel Approach to Measuring Central Venous Pressure to Facilitate Early Goal Directed Therapy in the Emergency Department”, American Academy of Emergency Medicine Annual Scientific Assembly, Las Vegas, March 2007 (first prize).

  6. Moreno-Walton L, Torres H, Radeos MS. “The Reliability of Triage Classification as a Predictor of Severity in Major Trauma”, Western Regional Research Forum, Portland, OR, March 2007.

  7. Shah A, Moreno-Walton L, Park TK. “A Novel Approach to Measuring Central Venous Pressure to Facilitate Early Goal Directed Therapy in the Emergency Department”, Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Congress, Sorrento, Italy, September 2007.

  8. Moreno-Walton L, Katz V, Shah A, Lieb J. “Social Factors Which Predict Penetrating Trauma: Has Anything Changed in the Past Twenty Years?” Western Regional Research Forum of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, Costa Mesa, CA, March 2008.
  9. Moreno-Walton L, Ryan MT, Nunez R, Alexander B. “A Sexual Assault Response Team: The South Bronx Experience”, 5th European Congress on Emergency Medicine, Munich, Germany, September 2008.


  10. Azuibuike F, Moreno-Walton L, Radeos MS, Baquero A, Ryan MT. “Does Volume Matter? A Randomized Blinded Clinical Trial Comparing 500 cc vs. 1000 cc Oral Contrast in Abdominal CT”, Mid-Western Regional Research Forum, Iowa City, September 2008.

  11. Shah A, Moreno-Walton L, Park TK. “A Novel Approach to Measuring Central Venous Pressure to Facilitate Early Goal Directed Therapy in the Emergency Department”, 5th European Congress on Emergency Medicine, Munich, Germany, September 2008.

  12. Azuibuike F, Moreno-Walton L, Radeos MS, Baquero A, Ryan MT. “Does Volume Matter? A Randomized Blinded Clinical Trial Comparing 500 cc vs. 1000 cc Oral Contrast in Abdominal CT”, Western Regional Research Forum, Park City, Utah, January 2009.

  13. Moreno-Walton L, Ryan MT, Harper M, Haydel M, “Examining the Impact of a Sexual Assault Response Team on Delivery of Healthcare to Survivors of Sexual Assault”, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center Medicine Research Day, January 2009.

  14. Moreno-Walton L, Ryan MT, Harper M, Haydel M, “Examining the Impact of a Sexual Assault Response Team on Delivery of Healthcare to Survivors of Sexual Assault”, Western Regional Research Forum, Park City, Utah, January 2009.

  15. Moreno-Walton L, Ryan MT, Harper M, Haydel M, “Examining the Impact of a Sexual Assault Response Team on Delivery of Healthcare to Survivors of Sexual Assault”, Mid-Atlantic Regional Research Meeting of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, Newark, Delaware, March 2009. (Best in Session Award)
  16. Azuibuike F, Moreno-Walton L, Radeos MS, Baquero A, Ryan MT. “A Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial of 1000 cc vs. 500 cc Oral Contrast in Adults Undergoing Abdominal CT Scans”, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Scientific Assembly, New Orleans, May 2009.


  17. Azuibuike F, Moreno-Walton L, Radeos MS, Baquero A, Ryan MT. “A

Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial of 1000 cc vs. 500 cc Oral Contrast in Adults

Undergoing Abdominal CT Scans”, Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Conference Valencia, Spain, September 2009.



  1. Moreno-Walton L, Katz V, Shah A, Lieb J. “Social Factors Which Predict Penetrating Trauma: Has Anything Changed in the Past Twenty Years?”, Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Conference, Valencia, Spain, September 2009.

  2. Moreno-Walton L, Ryan MT, Harper M, Haydel M, “Examining the Impact of a Sexual Assault Response Team on Delivery of Healthcare to Survivors of Sexual Assault”, Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Conference, Valencia, Spain, September 2009.

  3. Moreno-Walton L, Brunett P, Akhtar S, DeBlieux PM. “Teaching Across the Generation Gap: An Advance Report of the Article in Academic Emergency Medicine”, Beth Israel Medical Center Research Day, New York City, November 11, 2009.

  4. Moreno-Walton L, Haughey-Barrios M, Hagan J, Alexander G, Katz E. “Influenza Vaccine Health Literacy and Attitudes Survey”, Medicine Research Day, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center- New Orleans, January 2010. (Won First Prize Clinical Research)

  5. Moreno-Walton L, Haughey-Barrios M, Hagan J, Alexander G, Katz E. “Influenza Vaccine Health Literacy and Attitudes Survey”, SAEM Western Regional Research Forum, Sonoma CA, March 2010.
  6. Moreno-Walton L, Haughey-Barrios M, Hagan J, Alexander G, Katz E. “Influenza Vaccine Health Literacy and Attitudes Survey”, SAEM Southeastern Regional Research Meeting, Birmingham AL, April 2010.


  7. Lewis D, Moreno-Walton L, Butts C. “The Use of Bedside Ultrasound to Distinguish Between Cellulitis and Cutaneous Abscess”, National Medical Association Conference, Orlando FL, July 2010.

  8. Peeples L, Moreno-Walton L, Mills LM. “Emergency Ultrasound for the Diagnosis of Traumatic Eye Injuries”, National Medical Association Conference, Orlando FL, July 2010.

Moderated Posters:




  1. Moreno-Walton L, Torres H, Radeos MS. “The Reliability of Triage Classification as a Predictor of Severity in Major Trauma”, New York Chapter American College of Emergency Physicians, Lake George, NY, July 2006.

  2. Moreno-Walton L, Torres H, Radeos MS. “The Reliability of Triage Classification as a Predictor of Severity in Major Trauma”, New York Chapter Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Research Meeting, New York City, March 2007

  3. Shah A, Moreno-Walton L, Park TK. “A Novel Approach to Measuring Central

Venous Pressure to Facilitate Early Goal Directed Therapy in the Emergency Department”, New York Chapter American College of Emergency Physicians, Lake George, NY, July 2007 (first prize).

  1. Moreno-Walton L, Torres H, Radeos MS. “The Reliability of Triage Classification as a Predictor of Severity in Major Trauma”, Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Conference, Sorrento, Italy, September 2007.

  2. Shah A, Moreno-Walton L, Park TK. “A Novel Approach to Measuring Central Venous Pressure to Facilitate Early Goal Directed Therapy in the Emergency Department”, Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Conference, Sorrento, Italy, September 2007.
  3. Moreno-Walton L, Daly M, Menoscal JP. “Does Attendance at Weekly Didactic Conference Improve the In-Service Exam Scores of Emergency Medicine Residents?” Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Conference, Sorrento, Italy, September 2007.


  4. Moreno-Walton L, Torres H, Radeos MS. “The Reliability of Triage Classification as a Predictor of Severity in Major Trauma”, American College of Emergency Physicians Annual Scientific Assembly, Seattle WA, October 2007.

  5. Moreno-Walton L, Katz V, Shah A, Lieb J. “Social Factors Which Predict Penetrating Trauma: Has Anything Changed in the Past Twenty Years?” South Eastern Regional Research Forum of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, Louisville, KY, March 2008.

  6. Azuibuike F, Moreno-Walton L, Radeos MS, Baquero A, Ryan MT. “Does Volume Matter? A Randomized Blinded Clinical Trial Comparing 500 cc vs. 1000 cc Oral Contrast in Abdominal CT”, New York Chapter American College of Emergency Physicians, Lake George, NY, July 2008.

  7. Moreno-Walton L, Daly M, Menoscal JP. “Does Attendance at Weekly Didactic Conference Improve the In-Service Exam Scores of Emergency Medicine Residents?” 5th European Congress on Emergency Medicine, Munich, Germany, September 2008.

  8. Beran David I, Ramirez Juan D, Moreno-Walton L. “How We Have Coped: Dealing with Overcrowding in a Post-Katrina New Orleans”, American College of Emergency Medicine Annual Scientific Assembly, Boston, MA, October 2009.

  9. Avegno J, Murphy-Lavoie H, Moreno-Walton L. “Medical Students’ Perceptions of an Emergency Medicine Clerkship:  An Analysis of Self Assessment Surveys”, Council of Residency Directors in Emergency Medicine Academic Assembly, Orlando, FL, March 2010
  10. Moreno-Walton L, Haughey-Barrios M, Hagan J, Alexander G, Katz E. “Influenza Vaccine Health Literacy and Attitudes Survey”, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Scientific Assembly, Phoenix AZ, June 2010.

Posters:



  1. Moreno-Walton L, Ryan MT, Nunez R, Alexander B. “A Sexual Assault Response Team: The South Bronx Experience”, New York Academy of Medicine, New York City, May 2006.

  2. Moreno-Walton L, Torres H, Radeos MS. “The Reliability of Triage Classification as a Predictor of Severity in Major Trauma”, Mid-Atlantic Regional Research Meeting, Washington DC, November 2006.

  3. Shah A, Moreno-Walton L. “Teaching Residents to Read Computed Tomography of the Brain Using a Power Point and Video Teaching Tool”, Council of Residency Directors Annual Academic Assembly, Orlando FL, February 2007.

  4. Moreno-Walton L, Torres H, Radeos MS. “The Reliability of Triage Classification as a Predictor of Severity in Major Trauma”, National Hispanic Medical Association Annual Conference, San Antonio TX, March 2007.

  5. Shah A, Moreno-Walton L, Park TK. “A Novel Approach to Measuring Central Venous Pressure to Facilitate Early Goal Directed Therapy in the Emergency Department”, Southeastern Regional Research Forum, Charlotte, North Carolina, March 2007 (first prize).

  6. Moreno-Walton L, Ryan MT, Nunez R, Alexander B. “A Sexual Assault Response Team: The South Bronx Experience”, Southeastern Regional Research Forum of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, Charlotte, North Carolina, March 2007.

  7. Shah A, Moreno-Walton L, Park TK. “A Novel Approach to Measuring Central Venous Pressure to Facilitate Early Goal Directed Therapy in the Emergency Department”, New England Regional Research Forum, Shrewsbury, MA, April 2007.
  8. Moreno-Walton L, Torres H, Radeos MS. “The Reliability of Triage Classification as a Predictor of Severity in Major Trauma”, New England Regional Research Forum, Shrewsbury, MA, April 2007.


  9. Moreno-Walton L, Ryan MT, Nunez R, Alexander B. “A Sexual Assault Response Team: The South Bronx Experience”, Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Conference, Sorrento, Italy, September 2007.

  10. Shah A, Moreno-Walton L. “Teaching Residents to Read Computed Tomography of the Brain Using a Power Point and Video Teaching Tool”, Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Conference, Sorrento, Italy, September 2007.

  11. Moreno-Walton L, Torres H, Radeos MS. “The Reliability of Triage Classification as a Predictor of Severity in Major Trauma”, Southeastern Regional Research Forum, Louisville KY, March 2008.

  12. Moreno-Walton L, Katz V, Shah A, Lieb J. “Social Factors Which Predict Penetrating Trauma: Has Anything Changed in the Past Twenty Years?” New England Regional Research Meeting of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, Shrewsbury MA, April 2008.

  13. Moreno-Walton L, Katz V, Shah A, Lieb J. “Social Factors Which Predict Penetrating Trauma: Has Anything Changed in the Past Twenty Years?” National Hispanic Medical Association Annual Meeting, Washington DC, April 2008.

  14. Moreno-Walton L, Ryan MT, Nunez R, Alexander B. “A Sexual Assault Response Team: The South Bronx Experience”, Minority Faculty Development Institute, Bronx, New York, June 2008.

  15. Shah A, Moreno-Walton L. “Teaching Residents to Read Computed Tomography of the Brain Using a Power Point and Video Teaching Tool”, Minority Faculty Development Institute, Bronx, New York, June 2008.
  16. Moreno-Walton L, Katz V, Shah A, Lieb J. “Social Factors Which Predict Penetrating Trauma: Has Anything Changed in the Past Twenty Years?” Minority Faculty Development Institute, Bronx, New York, June 2008.


  17. Moreno-Walton L, Torres H, Radeos MS. “The Reliability of Triage Classification as a Predictor of Severity in Major Trauma”, Minority Faculty Development Institute, Bronx, New York, June 2008.

  18. Moreno-Walton L, Torres H, Radeos MS. “The Reliability of Triage Classification as a Predictor of Severity in Major Trauma”, 5th European Congress on Emergency Medicine, Munich, Germany, September 2008.

  19. Moreno-Walton L, Katz V, Shah A, Lieb J. “Social Factors Which Predict Penetrating Trauma: Has Anything Changed in the Past Twenty Years?” 5th European Congress on Emergency Medicine, Munich, Germany, September 2008.

  20. Shah A, Moreno-Walton L. “Teaching Residents to Read Computed Tomography of the Brain Using a Power Point and Video Teaching Tool”, 5th European Congress on Emergency Medicine, Munich, Germany, September 2008.

  21. D’Antonio C, Moreno-Walton L. “A Case of Gram Negative Sepsis and Myositis Resulting from Pelvic Metastasis of Rectal Carcinoma”, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center Medicine Research Day, January 2009.

  22. Moreno-Walton L, Haydel M. “Galeazzi’s Fracture”, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center Medicine Research Day, January 2009.

  23. Moreno-Walton L, Haydel M. “A Case of Anterior Talar Dislocation”, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center Medicine Research Day, January 2009.
  24. Washington K, Moreno-Walton L. “Atypical Presentation of Pulmonary Embolus in a Patient With No Risk Factors”, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center Medicine Research Day, January 2009.


  25. Moreno-Walton L, Haydel M. “Angel Wings: A Case of Acute Pulmonary Edema”, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center Medicine Research Day, January 2009.

  26. Azuibuike F, Moreno-Walton L, Radeos MS, Baquero A, Ryan MT. “A Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial of 1000 cc vs. 500 cc Oral Contrast in Adults Undergoing Abdominal CT Scans”, New England Regional Research Meeting, Shrewsbury, MA, March 2009.

  27. Moreno-Walton L, Ryan MT, Harper M, Haydel M, “Examining the Impact of a Sexual Assault Response Team on Delivery of Healthcare to Survivors of Sexual Assault”, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Scientific Assembly, New Orleans, May 2009.

  28. Moreno-Walton L, Haydel M. “Galeazzi’s Fracture Secondary to a Fall on an Outstretched Arm”, Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Conference, Valencia, Spain, September 2009.

  29. Moreno-Walton L, Haydel M. “ Anterior Talar Dislocation with Displaced Fibula Fracture”, Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Conference, Valencia, Spain, September 2009.

  30. Lyon A, Moreno-Walton L. "Traumatic Unstable C-spine Injury", Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Conference, Valencia, Spain, September 2009.

  31. Moreno-Walton L, Ryan MT “Pulmonary Emboli Causing Chest Pain”, Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Conference, Valencia, Spain, September 2009.

  32. Moreno-Walton L, Haydel M. “Angel’s Wings: A Case of Pulmonary Edema”, Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Conference, Valencia, Spain, September 2009.
  33. Washington K, Moreno-Walton L. “Atypical Presentation of Pulmonary Embolus in a Patient With No Risk Factors”, Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Conference, Valencia, Spain, September 2009.


  34. D’Antonio C, Moreno-Walton L. “A Case of Gram Negative Sepsis and Myositis Resulting from Pelvic Metastasis of Rectal Carcinoma”, Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Conference, Valencia, Spain, September 2009.

  35. Peeples L, Moreno-Walton L, Mills LM. “Traumatic Retinal Detachment Diagnosed with Ultrasound”, Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Conference, Valencia, Spain, September 2009.

  36. Prasankumar R, Moreno-Walton L, Lugo B, Waseem M. “Are Children Less Likely Than Adults to Receive Analgesia When Being Ruled out for Appendicitis?” Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Conference, Valencia, Spain, September 2009.

  37. Moreno-Walton L, Ryan M. “The Case of a Pelvic Kidney”, Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Conference, Valencia, Spain, September 2009.

  38. Moreno-Walton L, Ryan M. “A Pediatric Cause of Abdominal Pain in an Adult”, Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Conference, Valencia, Spain, September 2009.

  39. Moreno-Walton L, Brunett P, Akhtar S, DeBlieux PM. “Teaching Across the Generation Gap: A Report of the Article in Academic Emergency Medicine”, Medicine Research Day, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center- New Orleans, January 2010.

  40. Lyon A, Moreno-Walton L. "Traumatic Unstable C-spine Injury", Medicine Research Day, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center- New Orleans, January 2010.

  41. Peeples L, Moreno-Walton L, Mills LM. “Traumatic Retinal Detachment Diagnosed with Ultrasound”, Medicine Research Day, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center- New Orleans, January 2010.
  42. Rice M, Moreno-Walton L. “A Case of Synovial Chondromatosis”, Medicine Research Day, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center- New Orleans, January 2010.


  43. Halton E, Moreno-Walton L, Butts C, Piazza VM. “Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Presenting as Constipation in an Elderly Man”, Medicine Research Day, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center- New Orleans, January 2010.

  44. Lewis D, Moreno-Walton L, Butts C. “The Use of Bedside Ultrasound to Distinguish Between Cellulitis and Cutaneous Abscess”, Medicine Research Day, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center- New Orleans, January 2010.

  45. Mutter L, Piazza VM, Butts C, Moreno-Walton L. “The Use of Bedside Ultrasound Guided Pericardiocentesis as a Life Saving Intervention in the Emergency Department”, Medicine Research Day, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center- New Orleans, January 2010.


Seminars and Invited Presentations:


    1. Panelist, White House Commission on the Family, Washington DC, September, 1979.

    2. “The Etiology and Symptomatology of Schizophrenic Disorders in the Latino Community”, National Institute of Mental Health, Washington DC, 1980

    3. “Mental Health Needs of the Puerto Rican Family”, Beth Israel Hospital, New York. 1980

    4. “Psychotherapy with Puerto Rican Women”, Bronx Municipal Hospital Center, 1980.

    5. “Espiritismo y Salud”, New York University School of Medicine. 1980

    6. Hispanic View of Western Medicine”. New York University School of Medicine. 1981
    7. “Psychiatric Treatment of the Hispanic Patient”, Annual Convention of the American Medical Students Association. 1981


    8. “Stress and the Hispanic Female”, Hispanic Women’s Forum. 1981

    9. “Sterilization Practices among Puerto Rican Women”, Bronx Municipal Hospital Center. 1981

    10. “Espiritismo as a Treatment Modality”, Bronx Municipal Hospital Center Psychiatry Grand Rounds. 1981

    11. “Health Delivery to the Latino Community”, Boricua Health Organization; Albert Einstein College of Medicine medical student seminars. 1982.

    12. “The Role of the Hispanic Clinician in the Multi-disciplinary Treatment Team”, Harvard University School of Medicine. 1983

    13. “Cultural Issues and the Hispanic Patient”, Latin American Students Association, Albert Einstein College of Medicine. 1984,1985,1986.

    14. “Teenage Pregnancy in the Hispanic Population”, Harvard University. 1985

    15. “Cultural Issues in Communication with Hispanic Patients”, American Medical Students Association. 1985

    16. “Sexual Development in Children”, Archdiocese of New York. 1985

    17. “The Hispanic Family and the Young Child”, Early Childhood Education Council of New York. 1987

    18. “The Impact of Culture on Organ Donorship and Transplantation”, New York Academy of Medicine, April 1988

    19. “Fostering the Unbiased Delivery of Health Care”, Anti Bias Leadership Training Committee, New Orleans, LA. October, 1992

    20. Visiting Instructorship: University of Mongolia School of Medicine, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, October 2002.

    21. “The Evaluation and Treatment of the Survivor of Sexual Assault”, Grand Rounds, Southampton Hospital, September 28, 2006.


    22. “The Management of Special Cases in Sexual Assault Forensic Examination: Pediatric, Geriatric, Males, Homosexuals, and Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault”, Grand Rounds, Southampton Hospital, March 31, 2007.

    23. “Culturally Sensitive Evaluation and Treatment for the Survivor of Sexual Assault: A South Bronx Experience”, National Hispanic Medical Association Annual Scientific Assembly, San Antonio, TX, March 2007.

    24. Faculty Discussant, Clinical Pathological Correlation, Council of Residency Directors in Emergency Medicine, May 2007.

    25. “The Role of the Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner”, Kings County Hospital/ HHC SART Program, May 10, 2007.

    26. “Generational Learning”, CORD Academic Assembly session moderator, Phoenix AZ, March 2009.

    27. “Teaching across the Generation Gap” CORD Academic Assembly wrap up session, Phoenix AZ, March 2009.

    28. “I’m Suicidal…and Can I Have a Sandwich? : Assessment of Suicide Risk in the Emergency Department”, American Academy of Emergency Medicine Scientific Assembly, Las Vegas, February 2010.

    29. “Are Backboards Really Useful?”, American Academy of Emergency Medicine Scientific Assembly, Las Vegas, February 2010.

    30. “Generation X,Y,Z: Teaching in the Era of Alphabet Soup”, Council of Residency Directors in Emergency Medicine Academic Assembly, Orlando FL, March 2010.
    31. “Precarious Foreign Bodies”, 2010 Critical Concepts in Emergency Medicine conference, New Orleans, April 2010.


    32. “Inter-generational Teaching: Techniques for Optimal Learning”, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Scientific Assembly, Phoenix AZ, June 2010.

    33. “Mentorship in Action: Benefits and Techniques”, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Scientific Assembly, Phoenix AZ, June 2010.

Multimedia:


  1. “Highlilghts”, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Newsletter, March/April 2009, vol. XXIV, no. 2 featured an article on Dr. Moreno’s career development in research at LSU.

  2. “Academic Life in Emergency Medicine”, a blogspot on the Clerkship Directors in Emergency Medicine’s website, posted an interview with Dr. Moreno on October 12, 2009.


Editorial Posts and Activities, Reviewer status:
Abstract Reviewer, New York Chapter ACEP Scientific Assembly, June, 2008.
Expert Abstract Reviewer, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Scientific Assembly, December 2008 and December 2009.
Abstract Reviewer, LSU School of Medicine Department of Medicine Research Day, December 2009.
Manuscript Reviewer, Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, May 2010-present.

University/Institutional and Professional Service:

Resident Mentor, Emergency Medicine Interest Group, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, career mentoring and teaching suturing, splinting, and ACLS skills to medical students, October 2001-June 2004.

Hispanic Center of Excellence Faculty Development Committee, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, April 2004-September 2008.
Diversity Interest Group, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, May 2004- present.
Research Committee, New York Chapter American College of Emergency Physicians, July 2004-October 2008.
Multi-Disciplinary Trauma Committee, Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center, October 2004- November 2007.
Council of Residency Directors in Emergency Medicine Academic Assembly Planning Committee, November 2007- present.
Mock Oral Board Examiner, AAEM Pearls of Wisdom Oral Board Review Course, Chicago, April 2008.
Chairman, Diversity Interest Group Awards Committee, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, May 2208-May 2009.
Abstract Reviewer, New York Chapter ACEP Scientific Assembly, June, 2008.
Chairman, Research Grants Committee, Council of Residency Directors in Emergency, August 2008 to present.
Mock Oral Board Examiner, AAEM Pearls of Wisdom Oral Board Review Course, Philadelphia, October 2008.
Efficacy in Training Committee, Council of Residency Directors in Emergency Medicine, October 2008-present.
Expert Abstract Reviewer, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Scientific Assembly October 2008-present.
CORD Academy for Scholarship in Education Research Committee, November 2008- present.
Trauma Committee, Medical Center of Louisiana, New Orleans, February 2009-present.

Mock Oral Board Examiner, AAEM Pearls of Wisdom Oral Board Review Course, Dallas, April 2009.

Academic Affairs Committee, American Academy of Emergency Medicine, April 2009-present.
American Board of Emergency Medicine Certification White Paper Task Force, American Academy of Emergency Medicine, April 2009-present.
Instructor, Medical Student Suturing and Knot Tying Workshop, National Medical Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, April 2009.
Judge, Clinical Pathological Correlation Competition of the Council of Residency Directors in Emergency Medicine, New Orleans, LA, May 2009.
Facilitator, Chief Resident Round Table Discussion, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, New Orleans, May 2009.
Chair, Diversity Interest Group of Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, May 2009 to present.
Task Force on Aging and Generational Issues in Academic Emergency Medicine, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, May 2009-present.
Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Virtual Advisor Program: I serve as a one on one virtual advisor to underrepresented minority medical students who contact the site to learn about applying to Emergency Medicine residency programs; October 2009- present.
Mock Oral Board Examiner, AAEM Pearls of Wisdom Oral Board Review Course, Dallas, October 2009.
Developed an Educational Research Grant Application and a Grant Application Scoring Tool for the Council of Residency Directors in Emergency Medicine, October 2009.
Women in Medical Research Committee, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, November 2009- present.

Judge, Medicine Research Day, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, January 2010.

Facilitator, Round Table Discussion: “Are You a Mentor or a Mentee?” CORD Academic Assembly, Orlando FL, March 2010.
Faculty participant: “Speed ‘Dating’ with the Residency Directors”, a program for students to learn more about EM residency programs through brief interviews with program directors; SAEM Western Regional Research Forum, Sonoma CA, March 2010.
Facilitator, Round Table Discussion: “How to Get Into an EM Residency Program: Lunch with the Program Directors”, SAEM Southeastern Regional Research Meeting, Birmingham AL, April 2010.
Faculty Discussant: “A Guide to EM Fellowships” Panel Discussion at SAEM Southeastern Regional Research Meeting, Birmingham AL, April 2010.
Judge, Clinical Pathological Correlation Competition of the Council of Residency Directors in Emergency Medicine, Phoenix AZ, June 2010.
Education Committee, American Association of Emergency Medicine, May 2010-present.

Academic Responsibilities:

I am a Clinical Research Scholar in the CTRECP. For each of three semesters (Fall, Spring, and Summer) per year, I prepare for and attend classes and do homework and study assignments. I also am responsible to attend seminars and mentorship sessions and to work on my Masters Research project. I will complete my degree in May 2011.



Clinical Service:
Attending physician in the Emergency Department at Medical Center of Louisiana, New Orleans, with four twelve hour clinical shifts each month, twelve months per year, including nights, weekends and holidays. Teaching responsibilities for medical students, interns and residents. Active patient care.

Administrative Responsibilities:

Design, implement and supervise the Weekly Didactic Conference for Residents in Emergency Medicine. Design some of the asynchronous learning activities for residents. Organize and evaluate Oral Board labs, simulation labs, cadaver labs and ultrasound workshops. Supervision of Chief Resident in charge of education. Evaluation of medical students, interns, Emergency Medicine residents, EM/IM residents and off service residents rotating in Emergency Medicine. Design and teach educational modules in Trauma, Obstetric and Gynecologic emergencies, Emergency Medicine research, Forensic Medicine, International Medicine and Wilderness Medicine. Design, implement and supervise a scholarly project or a research project for each resident.
Laboratory Responsibilities:
As part of my NIH Research Supplement grant, I spend an average of fifteen hours a week in the laboratory of Jay Kolls, MD, establishing a skill set in basic science research through the study of the effect of acute and chronic alcohol intoxication on tumor necrosis factor production in monocytes and macrophages using both in vitro and vivo models. Specifically, I am working with the Kolls lab to determine whether chronic ethanol affects histone methylation in the TNF alpha promoter region and if ethanol affects methylation within the interferon regulator factor 3 region of the promoter. Data from this work and the work on my Masters thesis in the Molina Physiology lab will be the basis of the K-23 grant which I will submit in mid-2011.

Community Service Activities:

Educator, Board of Education Office of Special Educational Programs teaching seminars on Sexual Responsibility for high school students in schools and community centers throughout New York City (1978-1990).

Community Health Educator for the Junior League and my local Community School Board, volunteering at Health Fairs and speaking to parent organizations and student groups (1991-2001).
Sunday School teacher for both children and adults in New York and Louisiana, and have taught the sexuality workshops for Marriage Encounter weekends (1991-2001).
Attending Physician, Dorcas Medical Mission, providing volunteer medical and surgical services to the indigent populations of Caribbean and African nations on 2-3 missions per year (2004-present).
Advisory Board Member, New York City Medical Reserve Corps, a group of volunteer physicians who train for and respond to disaster situations (2004-2008).

Book Chapters:
Moreno-Walton L. “Emergency Medicine” in Figley C, Huggard P, Rees CE.

First Do No Self-Harm: Understanding and Promoting Physician Stress

Resilience, Oxford University Press (accepted for publication with revisions

pending ).


Moreno-Walton L. “Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault” chapter in The NYC SART-SAFE

Pocket Reference Guide, Brigette Alexander, editor. In press.


Scientific Exhibits:

Contributions to the Clinical Pearls and Visual Diagnosis Exhibit at the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Scientific Assembly:


Moreno-Walton L. “Intussusception”, San Francisco, May 2006.
Contributions to the American Academy of Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting Photo Exhibit:

Moreno-Walton L, Ryan MT. “A Case of a Pelvic Kidney”, Amelia Island FL, 02/08. Moreno-Walton L, Ryan MT. “Shortness of Breath and Chest Pain”, Amelia Island 2/08.


Moreno-Walton L. “Intussusception”, Amelia Island FL, February 2008. Moreno-Walton L, Haydel, M. “Galeazzi’s Fracture”, Phoenix, March 2009.

Peeples L, Moreno-Walton L, Mills LM. “Traumatic Retinal Detachment “, Las Vegas,

February 2010.

Moreno-Walton L, Haydel M. “A Case of Anterior Talar Dislocation”, Las Vegas,

February 2010.

Lyon A, Moreno-Walton L. "Traumatic Unstable C-spine Injury", Las Vegas, February

2010.


Peer Reviewed Journal Publications:


  1. Calderon Y, Haughey M, Bijur P, Leider J, Moreno-Walton L, Torres S, Gennis P, Bauman LJ. “The Effectiveness of Video Education as Pre-Test Counseling for HIV Testing in an Urban Emergency Department”; Academic Emergency Medicine, vol. 11, no. 5, p. 532, May 2004.

  2. Calderon Y, Haughey M, Bijur P, Leider J, Moreno-Walton L, Torres S, Gennis P, Bauman LJ. “The Effectiveness of Video Education as Pre-Test Counseling for HIV Testing in an Urban Emergency Department”; Annals of Emergency Medicine, vol.48, issue1, p.21-28, July 2006.

  3. Moreno-Walton L, Torres H, Radeos MS. “The Reliability of Triage Classification as a Predictor of Severity in Major Trauma”; Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, vol. 8, no. 3, p. 108, August 2007.

  4. Moreno-Walton L,, Torres H, Radeos MS. “The Reliability of Triage Classification as a Predictor of Severity in Major Trauma”; Annals of Emergency Medicine, vol. 50, no. 3, p. S106-7, September 2007.
  5. Moreno-Walton L, Ryan MT, Nunez R, Alexander B. “A Sexual Assault Response Team: The South Bronx Experience”; Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, vol. 9, no. 1, p. 61, January 2008.


  6. Moreno-Walton L, Katz V, Shah A, Lieb J. “Social Factors Which Predict Penetrating Trauma: Has Anything Changed in the Past Twenty Years?”

Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, vol. 9, no. 3, p. S23, August 2008.

  1. Shah A, Moreno-Walton L, Park TK. “A Novel Approach to Measuring Central Venous Pressure to Facilitate Early Goal Directed Therapy in the Emergency Department”; European Journal of Emergency Medicine, vol. 15, no. 5, p. 295, October 2008.

  2. Azuibiuke F, Moreno-Walton L, Radeos MS, Baquero A, Ryan MT. “A Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial of 1000 cc v 500 cc Oral Contrast in Adults Undergoing Abdominal CT Scans”; Academic Emergency Medicine, vol. 16, no. 4, p. S80, April 2009.

  3. Moreno-Walton L, Ryan MT, Harper M, Haydel M. “Examining the Impact of a Sexual Assault Response Team on Delivery of Healthcare to Survivors of Sexual Assault”; Academic Emergency Medicine, vol. 16, no. 4, p. S130, April 2009.

  4. Azuibiuke F, Moreno-Walton L, Radeos MS, Baquero A, Ryan MT. “A Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial of 1000 cc v 500 cc Oral Contrast in Adults Undergoing Abdominal CT Scans”; The Journal of Emergency Medicine, vol. 37, no. 2, p. 234, August 2009.

  5. Azuibiuke F, Moreno-Walton L, Radeos MS, Baquero A, Ryan MT. “A Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial of 1000 cc v 500 cc Oral Contrast in Adults Undergoing Abdominal CT Scans”; European Journal of Emergency Medicine, vol.16, no. 5, p. 292, October 2009.
  6. Moreno-Walton L, Brunett P, Akhtar S, DeBlieux PM. “Teaching Across the Generation Gap: A Consensus Statement from the Council of Residency Directors in Emergency Medicine 2009 Academic Assembly”, Academic Emergency Medicine, vol. 16, no. 777, p.19-24, December 2009.


  7. Moreno-Walton L, Haughey-Barrios M, Hagan J, Alexander G, Katz E. “Influenza Vaccine Health Literacy and Attitudes Survey”, Academic Emergency Medicine, vol. 17, no. 5, p.S89-90, May 2010.

  8. Mohr N, Moreno-Walton L, Mills A, Brunett P, Promes S. “Teaching and Learning, Mentoring and Technology (Part 1)”, Academic Emergency Medicine, accepted for publication.



Submitted Manuscripts:

Shah A, Moreno-Walton L, Park TK. “A Novel Approach to Measuring Central Venous Pressure to Facilitate Early Goal Directed Therapy in the Emergency Department”.

Avegno J, Murphy-Lavoie H, Moreno-Walton L. “Medical Students’ Perceptions of an Emergency Medicine Clerkship:  An Analysis of Self Assessment Surveys”. 



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