Research Day

Exploring research in internal medicine

The Department of Internal Medicine's Clinician Scientist Trainee Research Day is a great opportunity to explore the breadth and depth of clinical research being performed by trainees across the Department of Internal Medicine. Trainees at all levels of learning are encouraged to submit abstracts and present their research findings at this annual event.

Benefits

There are multiple benefits to participating in this department-wide research event:
  • Present clinically-oriented research that was previously presented at a local, national or international meeting
  • Present a case that has been accepted at a local, national or international meeting
  • Present a new case report or case series
  • Present your efforts at quality improvement
  • Present clinical research that is in progress
For those of you submitting a new case or clinical research in progress, you will obtain feedback on your work by our judging panel prior to your presentation.

Eligibility

All internal medicine residents and fellows are eligible to participate in this research day. Additionally, all medical students with an interest in internal medicine are eligible as well.

If you have any questions regarding your eligibility, please contact Jennifer.Rindler@osumc.edu.
Awards

Awards

The Department of Internal Medicine Clinician Scientist Trainee Research Day concludes with an awards ceremony to recognize the research efforts of our trainees. Monetary awards are given to trainees with the top scoring posters in the following categories:
  • Best poster for basic science research
  • Best poster for clinical and translational research
  • Best poster for clinical vignettes
  • Best poster for education and quality improvement research 
The top fellow and resident submissions will also be selected for an oral presentation.

2015 Winners

Third annual Clinician Scientist Trainee Research Day award winners:

  • Best poster for basic science research - Bin Ni (MD/PhD student)
  • Best poster for clinical and translational research - Rafael Calderon Candelario (pulmonary/critical care fellow)
  • Best poster for clinical vignettes - Montoya Taylor (cardiology fellow)
  • Best poster for education and quality improvement research - Lauren Lastinger (cardiology fellow)
Oral presentation - clinical fellows
  • Will Healy (pulmonary/critical care)
  • Kenneth Obi (gastroenterology)
  • Khadijah Breathett (heart failure/cardiac transplant)
Oral presentation - clinical residents:
  • Elaine Alexander
  • Amanda Lorenz
  • Gabe Lockhart
Oral presentation - medical student:
  • Zachary Hing (MD/PhD student)

2014 Winners

Second annual Clinician Scientist Trainee Research Day award winners:

  • Best poster for basic science research - Edward Briercheck (MD/PhD student)
  • Best poster for clinical and translational research - Benjamin Chu (hematology/oncology fellow)
  • Best poster for clinical vignettes - Jarred Burkart (internal medicine resident)
  • Best poster for education and quality improvement research - Katie Stowers (hospice and palliative medicine fellow)
Oral presentation - clinical fellows
  • Nora Alghothani (endocrinology)
  • Brian Mieczkowski (sleep medicine)
  • Debbie Stephens (hematology/oncology)
  • Montoya Taylor (cardiology)
Oral presentation - clinical residents:
  • Steven Campbell
  • Adam Reynolds
  • Fengting Yan
Judging

Judging

Judicial Duties

Volunteers will select which area of expertise they would prefer to judge in, which can include the following categories:
  • Basic research
  • Clinical research
  • Translational research
  • Quality improvement
  • Medical education
  • Clinical vignettes
Research day judges will be assigned to three to seven posters, and should be available to judge between 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. on the day of the event. Judges will be matched to posters based on their stated preference and availability. Material will be distributed to each judge in advance to allow for adequate time to pre-review the abstracts.

Expectations

Judges should plan to arrive at 1 p.m., where they will check in with the Research Day coordinator. Judges will spend time discussing posters with their assigned presenters and complete a paper evaluation form to provide real-time scoring of the trainee's poster. 

We are grateful for the time and effort given by our participating judges.  Thank you in advance for volunteering and for helping to ensure the success of our Research Day events.

Submitting an abstract

If you need more information regarding writing your abstract, creating your poster or printing your poster, please review the following links:

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