The event featured Dr. Talmadge King, the Julius R. Krevans Distinguished Professor in Internal Medicine and chair of the department of medicine at the University of California in San Francisco. His lecture was titled “Physician-Scientist: Pursuit of a Career in Patient-Oriented Research.”
The USA Summer Research Program is a 10-week program that allows medical students to gain a better appreciation for biomedical research and the contribution it makes to the applied science that is needed to improve the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases. Both oral presentations and poster presentations were given by the students.
|Stephen Cheek, a freshman medical student, gives a presentation during the 38th Annual Medical Student Research Day|
|Tiara Murphy (left), a sophomore medical student, with Dr. Talmadge King, guest lecturer|
|Tom Garth (left), a sophomore medical student, with Dr. Thomas Lincoln, Student Research Day moderator and chair of the department of physiology|
|Dr. Errol Crook (left), chair of the department of internal medicine, with T'Keyan Peoples|