The Wayne State University School of Medicine’s annual Medical Student Research Symposium returns to in person presentations Feb. 3, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Scott Hall’s cafeteria.
The annual event is organized and hosted by the Office of Medical Student Research Programs. Light refreshments will be served.
Students are expected to present more than 80 abstracts, many working collaboratively in categories that include basic science and clinical research, as well as specialized categories such as women’s health research, medical education research, global health, public health and community engagement.
The symposium gives students an opportunity to discuss and deliberate research and accompanying results with fellow students and faculty, and strengthens the message that clinicians can have fulfilling research careers.
All WSU medical students were eligible to submit abstracts on a research project to which they made a significant contribution in their undergraduate or graduate years.