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College Research Day

Advances in Veterinary Medicine Research Day

April 7, 2016 - Keynote Speaker & Poster Presentations

Advances in Veterinary Medicine Day showcases the research and scholarship accomplishments of veterinary students, residents, graduate students and faculty in the college. It brings the college community together to learn about exciting research being carried out by colleagues. Travel grants are awarded to the best student poster presentations in each of the five areas of study: immunology and infectious diseases, molecular and cellular biology, structure and function, clinical research, and epidemiology and applied research. The awards help students fund their travel to a national or international scientific meeting to present their research.

Awards Presentation and Keynote Address - April 7th at 12:00 pm

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

ABSTRACT DEADLINE FOR EVERYONE: MARCH 7, 2016

Poster Judging Sessions

Professional Students - April 6, 2016 from 2 - 5 pm

Graduate Students - April 7, 2016 from 8 - 10:30 am

Graduate Students and Post Docs - Continued for 2016 Research Day - Platform Presentations

All CVM Graduate Students and Post Docs have the opportunity to be selected for a Platform Research Presentation to be given prior to the Keynote Address on April 7, 2016. Each presentation will be limited to 10 minutes. Those interested should mark the appropriate box yes (consider for oral presentation) on the abstract submission form, and submit the form along with their abstract to Michele Morscher by the March 7, 2016 deadline.

Members of the College's Council for Research will critically review and identify 2 submitted abstracts for the platform presentations.

Sponsors of Research Day

We would like to thank the following sponsors for their support of Research Day:

College of Veterinary Medicine Graduate Student Association  
Public Heatlh Preparedness for Infectious Diseases (PHPID)  
Center for Retrovirus Research  
Zoetis  

Questions?

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Michele Morscher (morscher.1@osu.edu or 614-292-9203).

 

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