Department of Medicine Annual Research Day
April 29-30, 2019
We are pleased to announce the 17th Annual Department of Medicine Research Day will be held on April 29-30, 2019. Our event will showcase clinical resident research on April 29 at the University Club, and junior faculty, fellows and graduate student research on April 30 in the Biomedical Science Tower lobby. Dr. Vivian S. Lee, President of Health Platforms for Verily Life Sciences, an Alphabet Company, will join us as a keynote speaker.
Our annual event uses oral and poster presentations to highlight current research conducted by trainees and junior faculty in the Department of Medicine. This event celebrates the breadth and depth of research conducted by our junior colleagues. As a testament to the enthusiasm around this event, the number of abstracts has increased by 49% over the past five years. Senior faculty from across the University lead small group poster discussions during the 2-day event and awards are given to the highest rated posters.
Faculty with rank at or below assistant professor, clinical research and post-doctoral fellows, medical residents, and graduate students are encouraged to submit abstracts. From the submitted abstracts, eight oral presenters will be selected. The remaining abstract participants will be required to prepare a poster that will be on display at one of the three poster sessions. Participants will have the option of getting their poster printed by the Department free of charge or printing their own posters.
Our 2019 Guest Speaker
Vivian S. Lee, MD, PhD, MBA is President of Health Platforms, Verily Life Sciences, an Alphabet company whose mission is to make the world’s health data useful so that people enjoy healthier lives. A passionate champion of improving health in the U.S. and worldwide, she works closely with Verily’s clinical and engineering teams to develop products and platforms that support the successful transformation of health systems to value and advance the co-production of health with patients, their caregivers, and communities. read more