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The purpose of the annual Research Symposium is to provide an
opportunity for participants to share their current research and gain
recognition for outstanding research presentations.
This event also provides a venue to participate and gain exposure to
ongoing research across many fields of study, and facilitate
opportunities for inter-disciplinary discussion and collaboration.
The 2013 Research Symposium topic focus was Population Health: Impact of Translational Research. This event took place on Nov. 21-22, 2013 at KCUMB.
Winner of the Norbert W. Seidler, Ph.D. Prize for Research First place: John Frey, second-year osteopathic medical studentA Role for Raptor Phosphorylation in the Mechanical Activation of mTOR Signaling | Read abstractWinner of the Betty Jo White, D.O., Prize for ResearchSecond place: Eric Czer, second-year osteopathic medical studentUnexpected Anatomical Variations of the Anterior Talofibular Ligament | Read abstractThird place: Kenna Schnarr, second-year osteopathic medical student Investigation of the Role of Carcinoma-Associated Fibroblasts in Tumor Angiogenesis | Read abstract
Bill Balke, M.D. Professor in Residence, Director Clinical Research Services CTSI, UCSF School of Medicine | Biographical information | CV
Marco Brotto, B.S.N., M.S., Ph.D. MUBIG Director and Skeletal Muscle Research,Dale & Dorothy Thompson Missouri Endowed Professor of Nursing Research Professor of Nursing, Medicine & Biological SciencesUMKC School of Nursing | CV
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