Emily Bowman

Emily Bowman


Emily Bowman is a second year PhD candidate based at the Centre for Public Health, Queen’s University Belfast (QUB), Northern Ireland. Her project investigates potential subphenotypes of delirium, working alongside Dr Emma Cunningham, Professor Danny McAuley, and Professor Chris Cardwell. Her undergraduate degree was in Human Biology, which she also completed in QUB, with focus on anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, embryology, statistics, scientific methods, and public health.

3:50 pm - 5:05 pm
Grand 3

Oral Abstracts 3

Moderator: John Newman, MD, PhD, Buck Institute for Research on Aging and UCSF, CA
• Surgery, Anesthesia and Intensive Care Environment Induces Delirium-Like Disruption of Sleep, Circadian Rhythm and EEG Oscillatory Dynamics in Aged Mice
Michal Jedrusiak, University of Virginia Health System, VA
• Relationship Among Biomarkers of Inflammation, Astrocyte Activation and Neuronal Injury and Delirium Duration and Mortality
Peter Conrad,MD, Indiana University School of Medicine, IN
• Delirium Precipitating Factors and Inflammatory Biomarkers in Acutely Ill Older Adults
Thiago J. Avelino-Silva, MD, PhD, Division of Geriatrics, University of Soa Paulo Medical School
• Pre-hospital Prescribing of ACE-Inhibitors and Angiotension Receptor Blockers Does Not Reduce the Incidence of Delirium in Critically Ill Patients
Malissa Mulkey, PhD, Indiana University, IN
• Protective Factors Influence Resilience to Delirium After Elective Orthopaedic Surgery
Emily Bowman, BSc, Queen’s University, Belfast