Pathology Research Retreat
Friday, October 18, 2019
Photos 2018 Retreat
The Retreat is a One Day Event
The purpose of the retreat is to permit all of the Pathology department's graduate students, rotating medical students, post-sophomore fellows, residents, clinical fellows, postdoctoral fellows, research associates, instructors, faculty, including clinical educators, senior research scientists, and the new MSTP students at the School of Medicine, to become more familiar with the research that is being conducted in the department, including basic, translational and clinical projects. We hope this will facilitate new opportunities for collaborative studies and research training, as well as enhance prospects for additional funding of such activities.
The best scientific posters presented by trainees (students, residents, with separate prizes for AP & CP residents, clinical fellows or postdoctoral fellows) and research associates will be recognized with cash prizes (Total number of awards to be determined).
Please note: If your research was conducted through another department (other than the Department of Pathology) you are still welcome to attend and present your work but you will not be eligible for cash prizes.
Date: Friday — October 18, 2019
Time: 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
Please note: This year's event falls on a Friday
Li Ka Shing Center for Learning and Knowledge
291 Campus Drive
Paul Berg Hall - Conference Rooms 230, 240, 250
Stanford, CA 94305-5217
Call for Speakers
If you would like to give a 15 minute talk at this year's retreat please contact: Michael Cleary at email@example.com
Please note: The speaker roster has been filled but please consider speaking at next year's retreat, thank you.
Abstract & Poster Guidelines
We allow posters presented at other meetings but only for research done at Stanford (not other universities or business organizations). Posters will be judged by 2 different committees of departmental faculty members.
To be eligible for a prize, you must be present at your poster during the assigned poster session.
You may submit multiple posters where as each poster will be presented in an even/odd formation. Odd-numbered posters can be attended from 1:15 - 2:15 pm and even-numbered posters can be attended from 2:15 -3:15 pm.
Award recipients will be announced at the end of the retreat.
Although some trainees may also be speakers (nominated by their PI), they may also compete for awards based solely on their poster presentation.
To be awarded in six categories
- Postdoctoral Fellows
- Research Associates
- CP Residents
- AP Residents
- Clinical Fellows
*Cash prize amounts are determined at the time of the event, please read eligibility criteria below.
The criteria for eligibility of cash prizes is as follows:
- The research was done within the Department of Pathology, either as a graduate student, rotating medical student, post-sophomore fellow, resident, clinical fellow, postdoctoral fellow, research associate, instructor, including clinical educator, or senior research scientist.
- The main PI for your research/abstract is a faculty member or instructor from the Department of Pathology.
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Funding Provided by
The Charles B. Carrington Memorial Prize, through the generous contributions of the Wolfe & Gita Churg Foundation