Listed below are conferences, special seminars, and other notable events that will be of interest to students and faculty in the Medical Sciences Baccalaureate Program.
3rd Annual Medical Sciences Poster Fair
Friday, April 24, 2020
2:00 – 4:30 pm | CARE/Crawley Building Atrium
The third annual Medical Sciences Poster Fair on Friday, April 24, 2020 will showcase the biomedical research and health & community service-learning endeavors of students in the baccalaureate program in medical sciences. The event will take place in the atrium of the CARE/Crawley Building. All medical sciences students are invited to attend, whether presenting or poster or just visiting the posters of colleagues and friends. Presenters must register for this event (details to follow).
Ohio Physiological Society | Cleveland, OH
October 16–17, 2020
Case–Western Reserve University
You are invited to join your medical sciences colleagues attending the 35th annual meeting of the Ohio Physiological Society in Cleveland October 16–17, 2020. OPS provides an outstanding opportunity for medical sciences undergraduate students to present their work at a regional meeting.
OPS will award several student prizes at the event, including the Peter K Lauf Travel Award, which provides $750 to the student to help defray the costs of attending Experimental Biology 2021 (Indianapolis, IN | May 1–4). OPS President Nami Tajima, PhD (Case–Western Reserve University) will host the meeting.
Contact Dr Bryan Mackenzie (email@example.com), Director of Research Experiences for more information.
Experimental Biology 2021 | Indianapolis, IN
May 1–4, 2021
Indiana Convention Center
Is your research project ready for presentation at the national level? Consider joining other medical sciences students attending Experimental Biology, an annual biomedical research conference comprising over 12,000 scientists from over 25 societies, and spanning physiology, biochemistry, pharmacology, and translational science. EB2021 takes place May 1–4 in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Advance planning on your part is necessary. Talk to your faculty research mentor about EB2021 and discuss abstract preparation and travel funding (your estimated expenses will be $800–1,000 including travel, registration, food and lodging), abstract submission ($75), and poster printing ($40). The abstract submission deadline (to be announced) is in mid-November 2020, so plan on having your data analyzed and abstract written by then. For more information, contact Dr Bryan Mackenzie (firstname.lastname@example.org), Director of Research Experiences.
Visit the Experimental Biology website