The Department of Medicine 14th Annual Research Symposium will be held at 8:30 a.m. on Friday, April 24, 2020. All DOM trainees are encouraged to submit one or more abstracts describing their original basic or clinical research.
Participants: Must be a Department of Medicine Junior Faculty member, Fellow, Resident, Postdoctoral Fellow, Medical Student, or Graduate Student.
*Medical Students will count in the division only if there is a direct divisional collaboration.
- Abstract Length: less than 3,000 total characters (including spaces). No more than 1 page.
- Abstract must be submitted as a Word Document. Please make sure it is the final version (no track changes showing)
- Style/Font: Arial 11
- Abstracts should be structured in the following sections: Introduction, Methods, Results and Conclusion and include Title, Participant’s Name, Division and Affiliation.
- Abstract Example
- As many abstracts as desired may be submitted. However, please note that if more than one abstract is submitted only one submission will be able to be presented. The abstract review committee will select which abstract will be used for oral and/or poster presentations.
- Note: those selected for oral presentations will also be expected to create a poster (but will not present the poster formally during the poster-judging period).
- All students and post-docs are encouraged to submit; please note that in order to win a recognition award, the abstract will be required to have a Department of Medicine mentor. You must list your mentor on the submission form.
- If you submit an abstract and are affiliated with the Department of Medicine, you may be asked to present an oral presentation after the poster round.
ABSTRACT DEADLINE: March 20th by 5 p.m.
All abstracts will be accepted for poster presentations and included in our Research Day booklet. A copy of the booklet will be available online prior to the event. Poster presentations will begin at 8:30 a.m. on Friday, April 24th. Each presenter will have 10 minutes to present their work to the judges.
Submit your Abstract
Research Symposium Abstract Submission Form