What is Veterinary Research Day, and why should YOU participate?
- An opportunity to get to know your colleagues in the College of Veterinary Medicine
- A chance to discover common research interests
- A place to learn about research careers and who is doing what in the College
Who should submit an abstract?
- Anyone who is doing clinical or basic research and wants to share preliminary or definitive findings with their colleagues
- Anyone who has an interesting case report to share or discuss
- Any student who wants practice in preparing a poster and presenting their data
- Anyone who wants to present their own scholarly activity to the College of Veterinary Medicine community
- Students who participated in the College's Summer Research Program
- Participants include, but are not limited to:
- Graduate students
- Residents and Interns
- Veterinary students
- Undergraduate students
What type of material is appropriate for presentation?
- Current research that has not been presented previously at a past COLLEGE research day:
- Basic research
- Clinical research
- Case reports
- Retrospective and prospective studies
- Clinical or field trials
- Inventions, descriptive research, or any scholarly activity
- Presentation of preliminary findings is encouraged, especially by students- this is your opportunity to practice your presentation skills!
- Studies reported at other meetings may be presented
- Educational - New Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Awards and prizes
- Separate categories for graduate student/resident/intern presentations and veterinary students
- Posters should be no larger than 3’ high by 5’ wide for all categories, but Educational
- Posters for the Educational category are limited to 2' high by 3' wide
- One poster per person