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Virtual Student Research Day - Tuesday, May 18, 2021

Join us for Virtual Student Research Day 2021, which will include live panel discussions with graduating students, prize-winning research presentations during the Jill and Lee Goldman M.D. '73 Plenary Scientific Session, and the Farr Lecture delivered by Helen Hobbs, M.D., Professor of Internal Medicine and Molecular Genetics at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. The day will conclude with the announcement of the inaugural John N. Forrest Jr., faculty prize for student mentoring and awarding of Farr certificates to graduating students.

PLEASE NOTE: You must register at https://cvent.me/gRg0dV by Thursday, May 13, 2021 to receive a link to the Student Research Day May 18 Zoom webinar and to access student poster presentations.

A summary of the schedule for Virtual Student Research Day is below. A detailed schedule, including when particular students are presenting, is available here.

Time Topic
9:00 AM-9:15 AM Opening Remarks
9:15 AM-3:25 PM Scientific Panel Discussions with graduating students and Jill and Lee Goldman M.D. ’73 Plenary Scientific Session
12:05 PM-12:15 PM Remarks by Dr. Lee Goldman, YSM Class of ‘73
12:15 PM-1:05 PM Lunch Break
4:00 PM–5:00 PM 33rd Annual Lee E. Farr Lecture by Dr. Helen Hobbs
5:10 PM–5:25 PM Presentation of Dr. John N. Forrest Jr., Mentorship Award
5:25 PM-6:15 PM Presentation of Farr Certificates to Graduating MD and MD/PhD Students
6:15 PM-6:30 PM Closing Remarks

In the Scientific Panel Discussions, students will respond to questions about their posters. However, they will not present on their posters. Rather, the students’ recorded poster presentations should be viewed in advance of attending the panel sessions, via Box.

Again, you must register at https://cvent.me/gRg0dV to receive links to Box. When the posters are available for viewing, you will be provided with two different links to Box. One link will be to view posters of graduating students participating in the panel discussions. The second link will be to view posters from non-graduating students who will not participate in the panel discussions.

Please check back a few days prior to May 18 for a detailed program that includes names and poster titles of recorded poster presentations.