Congratulations to the 2020 TRS Winners!

Vibhu Parcha, MD

Vibhu Parcha, MD

Division: Cardiovascular Disease
Mentor: Pankaj Arora, MD

Olivia Van Gerwen, MD

Olivia Van Gerwen, MD

Division: Infectious Diseases
Mentor: Christina Muzny, MD

Jacob Files, MD

Jacob Files, MD

Division: Infectious Diseases
Mentor: Paul Goepfert, MD

Beatrice Richter, PhD

Beatrice Richter, PhD

Division: Nephrology
Mentor: Christian Faul, PhD  

Andrew Gahagan, MD

Andrew Gahagan, MD

Division: Internal Medicine
Mentor: Radhika Gangaraju, MD

  

The annual Trainee Research Symposium is the Department of Medicine's major research day for our residents, fellows, graduate students, and post-docs.

All trainees of the Department of Medicine: Residents (PGY 1-3), Fellows (PGY 4-7), Post-doctoral Scholars (MD or PhD doing post-doctoral training in the DOM), and Graduate Students with DOM mentors (must be currently enrolled at UAB) are encouraged to submit one-page abstracts describing their original basic or clinical research for the Poster Session.  Each trainee may submit one abstract as first author. Abstracts submitted to other meetings for presentation this Spring or presented at recent meetings are eligible. Individuals holding a faculty appointment at the level of Instructor or above at the time of the Symposium are not eligible.

Winners will be awarded a stipend to be used toward travel expenses to one national conference approved by their mentors and the Research Development Group. 

All accepted abstracts will be presented in poster format at a Poster Session. Judges will review all posters and select finalists that day to present their research at the Department of Medicine Clinical Research Seminar.  Each poster will be judged on the basis of three major criteria: 

• scientific merit

• presentation and communications skills

• evidence that the trainee truly understands the significance of his/her work and played the major role in obtaining the data upon which the poster is based

 

If you have questions, please contact Brittani DeLoach.