Research Week 2022
Each year, the Department of Surgery celebrates Research Week, bringing together the work of our residents, faculty, staff and community partners representing the significant areas within the department related to research in health informatics, translational, clinical and educational exploration.
Our robust research programs provide the opportunity to participate in scientific discovery and clinical innovation. We have a rich history of renowned basic and clinical science research, distinguishing ourselves as an academic and clinical center of excellence.
Grand Rounds Research Week Lecture
Tuesday, October 4, 2022
- Time: 7:30 to 9:00 a.m.
- Location: HSEC 3-110
- Length: (20-25 minutes)
Regents and Distinguished McKnight University Professor,
Department of Microbiology and Immunology
Representing Research in Surgery
Keynote speaker lecture (20-25 minutes), following four additional talks by Department of Surgery faculty members (Length:15 minutes each).
Education: Dr. Melissa Brunsvold | Professor, Division of Critical Care/Acute Care Surgery
Basic Research: Dr. Erik Finger | Associate Professor, Division of Transplant Surgery
Clinical Research: Dr. Cyrus Jahansouz | Assistant Professor, Division of Colon & Rectal Surgery
Outcomes Research: Dr. Rui Zhang | Founding Chief, Division of Health Data Science
Research Week Poster Session Event
Thursday, October 6, 2022
- Time: 4:00 to 6:30 p.m.
- Location: The Graduate Hotel – Pinnacle Ballroom (refreshments and appetizers to be served)
Special Introduction by:
The Research poster presentation event is expected to feature research abstracts from across the department!
All faculty, staff, students and community researchers are invited to present their work and as in past years, we hope to have broad representation from each division and invite our adjunct faculty members to participate. Abstracts recently presented at meetings are also encouraged! Judges from around the Medical School will visit posters for awarding.
The judges will be given a scoring sheet with 1-9 score range with 1 being exceptional and 9 being the lowest (NIH scale). The criteria include - poster content, presentation and impact of the research.
There will be three categories for judging clinical/educational and basic/translational research. Prizes to be awarded first, second and third place in each category:
Clinical/Educational Research - First Prize: $1,000 Travel Award
Clinical/Educational Research - Second Prize: $750 Travel Award
Clinical/Educational Research - Third Prize: $500 Travel Award
Basic/Translational Research - First Prize: $1,000 Travel Award
Basic/Translational Research - Second Prize: $750 Travel Award
Basic/Translational Research - Third Prize: $500 Travel Award