Pathology Research Retreat 2020
Friday, February 26th, 2021
The Pathology Research Retreat will now be held as a virtual event
During these challenging times we may not be able to gather in person, but we can stay connected. This year, we’ll be re-creating our annual research retreat online.
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.
Join us live at the virtual research retreat on February 26th, 2021
- Three distinguished departmental keynote speakers will discuss their latest COVID-19 findings and updates
- All presenters will create a digital poster and have the opportunity to host a live, interactive online meeting discussing their research with retreat attendees (online platform to be determined, you will be notified and informed as to the details of the online event)
- Odd-numbered abstract presentations can be attended from 2:15-3:15 pm and even numbered abstract presentations can be attended from 3:15-4:15 pm
- The winning scientific abstract presentations will be recognized with cash prizes (total number of awards to be determined)
Cash prizes to be awarded in seven categories:
- Postdoctoral Fellows
- Research Associates
- CP Residents
- AP Residents
- Clinical Fellows
- Health Disparity Research (NEW AWARD!)
“Health Disparity Research is a newly awarded category for this year’s retreat which welcomes studies with a particular focus on health differences that are closely linked with social, economic, geographic and/or environmental disadvantage. By defining a new award category, we want to recognize the impact that such determinants have on health outcomes of specific populations.” Birgitt Schuele
Cash prize amounts are determined at the time of the event; please read eligibility criteria below.
Criteria for eligibility of cash prizes:
- 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, and research associates
- The main PI for your research/abstract is a faculty member or instructor from the Department of Pathology
Friday, December 11, 2020
Abstract Submission Deadline
Monday, February 15, 2021
|Digital Poster Submission Deadline||Wednesday, February 17, 2021|
|Friday, February 26, 2021
COVID-19 Keynote Presentations
Christina Kong, MD, 1:00-1:20 pm
Scott Boyd, MD, PhD, 1:20-1:40 pm
Benjamin Pinsky, MD, PhD, 1:40-2:00 pm
Zoom Session 1: Presentations for odd-numbered abstracts, 2:15-3:15 pm
Zoom Session 2: Presentations for even-numbered abstracts, 3:15-4:15 pm
Register for the Retreat
Whether you are presenting or just attending the reteat, please take the time to register for this event. Thank you.
Funding Provided by
The Charles B. Carrington Memorial Prize, through the generous contributions of the Wolfe & Gita Churg Foundation
Photo Gallery: 2019 Retreat
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