Poster session, Research & Scholars Day (on right is DOM’s director of the Internal Medicine Residency Program, Brian Uthlaut, MD)
Named for three eminent physician-scientists from UVA’s Department of Medicine — Robert Carey, John Marshall and Michael Thorner– the annual Carey-Marshall-Thorner Research and Scholars Day provides an occasion to learn about the research that our residents and fellows are conducting as a vital part of their educational experience.
This scientific gathering also serves as a vehicle to foster research collaborations, and a chance for faculty and trainees from the Department of Medicine’s ten divisions to learn about colleagues’ work and celebrate DOM’s breadth and depth of research.
The day’s events include Grand Rounds, oral presentations by trainees and new faculty members, a poster session open to residents, fellows, postdocs and graduate students, and an awards ceremony and reception.
All Department of Medicine trainees are encouraged to send a list of their publications from the previous year to Anthony Brinkman, Residency Coordinator.
Advanced registration is encouraged, even for those not presenting a poster or giving an oral presentation. Registration is free and allows appropriate planning for refreshments.
RESEARCH and SCHOLARS DAY 2019
Oral presentations will take place in the Pinn Auditorium. (MAP) Poster presentations will be held in the Education Resource Center Auditorium. (MAP)
Medical Grand Rounds:
Richard D. Pearson, MD (UVA Division of Infectious Diseases) – held at Pinn Hall Conference Center
Poster Presentation Session (including judging) – held at Education Resource Center
Reception (held during poster session) – held at Education Resource Center
Awards ceremony – held at Education Resource Center
Two awards honoring Outstanding Oral Presentations by trainees and graduate students, six awards recognizing Outstanding Poster Presentations by trainees and graduate students, three awards recognizing Outstanding Publications by trainees and graduate students.
Shyr-Te Ju Research Award
Recognizes the best poster presentation by a trainee in immunology.
DEADLINE for submitting abstracts for poster session: Friday, March 22, 2019, noon.
Participants will be informed on or around April 10th if they should prepare their submission as an oral or poster presentation.
A brochure with a detailed schedule of posters & presentations will be available in early May, 2019.
Research & Scholars Day Poster Session
Content may include:
- retrospective studies
- prospective studies
- clinical trials
- Participation in the poster session requires submission of an abstract. Abstracts must be submitted no later than noon on March 22, 2019.
- Only one poster per presenter is allowed.
- We are unable to accommodate oversized posters. Poster dimensions may not exceed 4′ wide by up to 7′ tall. Poster boards will be set up “refrigerator” style (4′ wide by up to 7′ tall).
- Each poster will be assigned a number and a poster board location.
- Presenter is responsible for ensuring his/her poster is delivered and affixed to the poster board.
- T-pins will be available at the registration desk.
- Poster set-up is between 8:00 – 9:00 am on the day of the event.
- Poster session takes place from 4:00 – 5:30 pm on the event day. Presenters must be stationed by their posters and available to discuss them during this time.
- Posters must be removed between 5:30 pm and 6:00 pm on the day of the event. Any posters remaining at the end of the day will be discarded.
Thanks for participating!
Abstracts will be accepted via the web registration form only. Hard copies, disks, or email submissions will not be accepted. Deadline: Noon on Friday, March 22, 2019.
Instructions for submitting an abstract:
- You must be logged into a UVA server with your Net Badge to upload your abstract on the registration webpage.
- Save the Word file with your abstract as a PDF file. Include your name as part of the file name (i.e., Johnson-Mary-R&S_Abstract.pdf).
- Upload the PDF file to the online registration form, using the “Attach Abstract” button. The registration form is linked in the left-hand menu.
- Check the appropriate box during submission to indicate if the presenting author is a resident, clinical fellow, research fellow, or other.
- Check the appropriate box during submission to indicate if the abstract should be considered for the Shyr-Te Ju Award.
- Once you have submitted your abstract online, we cannot accept revisions. The abstract will be reproduced as submitted.
- Abstracts will be arranged thematically and will be numbered in the order they are received. A listing of all abstracts will be available online one week prior to the event.
- Abstract should be created in Word and submitted as a PDF document. See above.
- Use Arial 11 pt. font.
- At the top of the document, list the names of the authors, with the presenting author’s name underlined:
Jones J, Smith RF, Parker G. The effects of marigolds on men on the moon.
- Abstract should not exceed one page or approximately 350 words
- Use the “Background, Methods, Results, Conclusions” format: SAMPLE ABSTRACT.
If you experience issues registering or submitting an abstract, please contact Tony Brinkman at 434-243-6158.
Due to limited parking, spaces will be made available only to speakers and special guests. All other participants are encouraged to take advantage of the health benefits associated with walking!
Pinn Hall Conference Center (formerly Jordan Hall) is located on Jefferson Park Avenue adjacent to the Claude Moore Health Sciences library. The Conference Center can be accessed from entrances on JPA or Lane Road. MAP.
The Education Resource Center is located at 1220 Lee Street MAP.