Please join us at HCRI’s 8th Annual Cancer Research Day!
Research Day is an excellent opportunity to learn about cancer research being conducted in our community. This event includes a poster session, lectures, career panel and a Keynote Address.
RESEARCH DAY IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
KEYNOTE ADDRESS: DARIO C. ALTIERI, M.D.
Registration is required for all poster presenters and appreciated from everyone wishing to attend. Register HERE.
ABSTRACT DEADLINE - March 12 @ 5pm
Abstracts will compete for oral presentation opportunity unless the Principal Investigator requests otherwise. Abstract submission and formatting requirements HERE.
Posters will be displayed on a 40”x60” board. HCRI Awards will be given for first, second, and third place poster presenters at all levels. Contest open to: Undergraduates, Medical Students, Graduate Students, Technicians, and Post-Doctoral Fellows at the University of Notre Dame or IU School of Medicine-South Bend. Posters will be evaluated based upon visual components, content, and presentation.
EXCEPTION TRAINEE NOMINATIONS SUBMISSIONS
Graduate students and postdoctoral fellows at the Harper Cancer Research Institute (HCRI) have established a reputation for excellence in and out of the lab. To honor these exceptional trainees, HCRI will be presenting three awards at our annual Cancer Research Day on April 8, 2019. One award will be given in each of the three following categories:
Exceptional Community Service: Awarded to the trainee who best engages our partners to advance cancer awareness and education in our community.
Exceptional Patient Advocacy: Awarded to the trainee who has made a significant effort to support cancer patients.
Exceptional Team Science: Awarded to the trainee who best exemplifies HCRI’s foundation in interdisciplinary research through his or her commitment to collaboration.
Eligibility: Any graduate student or postdoctoral fellow affiliated with HCRI is eligible to receive the awards. Any member of HCRI may nominate a graduate student or postdoc for one of these awards. We encourage every member to take a few moments to consider whom he or she feels would be an appropriate awardee.
Nominations (no more than 1 page):
- First line: The name of the award (community, advocacy, or team science)
- Second line: Nominee’s name, position (Graduate Student or Postdoctoral Fellow), and year
- Third line: Your name and position
- Body: Provide a complete and concise explanation for why the nominee is deserving of this award.
Submit to email@example.com no later than 5 pm on Mon., March 11
Originally published at harpercancer.nd.edu.