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Resident Research Reunion Day 2014

Over the last several years The Department of Neurosciences has organized an annual "Neurosciences Resident Research Day". It is an initiative to promote academic research among the residents and faculty. The residents and fellows of Neurology and Neurosurgery participate by presenting research projects. Faculty experts from the divisions of neurosurgery, neurology and basic neurosciences judge these presentations and award the participants.

Last year the Neurosciences Resident Research Day expanded to included a neurology alumni, creating the new event "Resident Research Reunion Day".  This is an opportunity for the department to reunite alumni with current faculty and residents from the Department of Neurosciences for a day of presentations, food and fun.  This year will feature Dr. Samuels as the recipient of the 1st annual Robert J. Adams Visiting Professorship.


When: May 22, 2014

Where: MUSC Colbert Library and Storm Eye Institute

Guest Lecturer: Dr. Martin Allen Samuels (Chairman, Department of Neurology, Brigham and Women's Hospital; Professor, Harvard Medical School; Boston, MA) will be presenting on Neurocardiology.

Contact: For more information please contact Beth Whitaker by email at whitaksb@musc.edu or phone at 843-792-0927.

Schedule of Events

9:00 am - 10:00 am: Case Conference with Dr. Martin Samuels
10:00 am - noon: Neurology resident poster presentations and judging
Noon - 1:00 pm: Grand Rounds with Dr. Martin Samuels as the Dr. Robert J. Adams Professorship special guest lecturer
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm: Neurology reunion luncheon at the Wickliffe House
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm: Resident and fellow mentorship meetings with Dr. Samuels, tours of campus

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Instructions/Guidelines for Residents:

This year interns and fellows are not required to participate, but are certainly welcome to do so.  Please contact Olivia Burch if you plan to present so that a spot can be reserved.  Please turn in your abstracts, for inclusion in the abstract book, by using the online form at the bottom of the page.  Click here to submit your research poster to be printed by the Neurosciences Institute printing services.

Deadline for Abstract Submission: TBA

Deadline for Research Poster Printing: TBA

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Results of May 16th, 2013

  • Vibhor Krishna, M.D. - Best Overall Presentation
  • Mohit Datta, M.D. - Best Case Report
  • Jason Madey, M.D. - Most Promising Project
  • Libby Kosnik Infinger, M.D. - Best Research in Neurosurgery
  • Nolan Williams, M.D. - Best Research in Neurology

2013 Neurosciences Research Day Abstracts

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