Dr. Evelyn Tran

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Dr. Evelyn Tran
PGY4-EM

Biography

Medical School (graduation year)

University of Alberta (2017)

Residency

  • FRCPC Emergency Medicine, University of Ottawa 
  • Fellowship in Quality Improvement and Patient Safety, Queen's University

Personal Interests

  • Travel
  • Hiking
  • Baking
  • Volleyball
  • Fitness
  • Spending time with family, friends and my dog

Publications

  • Tran UE. The Status on Status: An Update on Management of Status Epilepticus in the Emergency Department. EMOttawa Blog. https://emottawablog.com/2020/07/the-status-on-status-management-of-status-epilepticus/
  • Yang Y, Ma B, Zhang Q, Sarkar A, Chanda A, Tran UE, Soh J, Sandall C, Chen H, MacDonald J, Bonni S, Sensenc C, Zheng J, Riabowol K. Vorinostat promotes EMT and cancer cell motility by inhibiting ING-targeted HDAC complexes that regulate Twist1 expression. Nature Cancer, 2020. Submitted.
  • Yang Y, Ma B, Zhang Q, Sarkar A, Chanda A, Tran UE, Chen J, Soh J, Sandall C, Chen H, MacDonald J, Bonni S, Sensen C, Zheng J, Riabowol K. ING1 Suppresses EMT by Inhibiting Transcription of Twist1. Clinical Cancer Research. 2019. Submitted.
  • Tran UE, Kircher J, Jaggi P, Lai H, Hillier T, Ali S. Medical students’ perspectives of their clinical comfort and curriculum for acute pain management. Journal of Pain Research. 11:1479-1488, Aug 2018.
  • Tran UM, Rajarajacholan U, Soh J, Kim TS, Thalappilly S, Sensen CW, Riabowol K. Induction of apoptosis by ING1b is mediated by lincRNA-p21. Cell Death and Disease. 6(3):e1668, Mar 2015.
  • Thakur S, Singla AK, Chen J, Tran U, Yang Y, Salazar C, Magliocco A, Klimowicz A, Jirik F, Riabowol K. Reduced ING1 levels in breast cancer promotes metastasis. Oncotarget. 5(12):4244-56, Jun 2014.
  • Tran UM, Rajarajacholan U, Riabowol K. Function of the ING Proteins in Cancer and Senescence, In: Tumor Dormancy, Quiescence, and Senescence, Volume 2. Hayat, M.A., Eds. Springer Science: Union. Pp 179-194, Nov 2013.
  • Chen J, Tran UM, Rajarajacholan U, Thalappilly S, Riabowol K. ING1b-inducible miroRNA-203 inhibits cell proliferation. Br J of Cancer. 108(5):1143-8, Mar 2013.

Fields of Interest

  • Simulation
  • Medical Education
  • Pain management in the ED
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