Winners of the 2022 Faculty of Medicine Research Day Awards
Posted on Wednesday, October 12, 2022
By Tiffany Barnes-Huggins
Marketing and Communications Officer
The 4th annual Faculty of Medicine Research Day was held this year on September 23, 2022.
The event presented the opportunity for learners to showcase their outstanding research projects, hone their presentation skills and network with classmates, colleagues and professors. A scientific committee of evaluators, comprised of faculty members, reviewed all abstracts and oral presentations to select the winners.
Congratulations to this year’s winners in the following categories:
“Investigating PRMT6 Protein Interactions that Influence the Stress Response Pathway in Breast Cancer Cells”
“Association between Objectively-Measured Lung Function and Sleep Disorder Symptoms in a Community-Based Cohort Study”
“Examining Resting State Functional Connectivity in Suicidal Ideation and Attempts”
“DNA lipid nanoparticle vaccine targeting OspC of B. burgdorferi affords protection against Lyme disease in mice”
“eConsult service: Automatic clustering of patient taxonomies”
“Virtual Reality simulation of a MRI scan for young children to screen candidates for scanning without general anesthesia”
“The Role of Age and Sex on Extracellular Free Water Volume in Treatment-Resistant Major Depressive Disorder”
“Perceptions et expériences des gestionnaires de l’entretien ménager hospitalier lors de la COVID-19, volet qualitatif d’un projet pilote”
Best Oral Presentation
Research Symposium A
“Interventions for Intimate Partner Violence During the Perinatal Period: A Scoping Review”
Research Symposium B
“Comparing the safety and effectiveness of different surgical approaches in thymectomy: subxiphoid, lateral VATS, open”
Research Symposium C
”Patient directed strategies to prevent post-operative atrial fibrillation”
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