2016 AOA Groves Memorial M.D./Ph.D. Program Student Research Symposium

The University of Kentucky College of Medicine hosted its 10th annual AOA Groves Memorial M.D./Ph.D. Program Student Research Symposium this February 4th, 2016. The day included student presentations and our keynote speaker, Dr. Ramnik Xavier, MD, PhD: chief of the gastrointestinal unit and director of the Center for the Study of Inflammatory Bowel Disease at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston as well as the Kurt Isselbacher Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School in Boston.

Our MD/PhD students at various stages of training presented their research projects along with medical students.

The full photo set can be found here.

Above: 4th year graduate student Kristin B Linscott studies a poster outlining the difficulty of providing chochlear implants in rural applachia.

 

Above: 1st year MD/PhD student Leon Su presents his findings.

 

Above: GY1 Jeremy Johnson and M2 David Henson discuss science.

 

Above: Second year graduate student Jacqueline Kulbe presents her research in Traumatic Brain Injury to Dr. John D'Orazio.