Tulane University 

27th Annual Health Sciences Research Days

2016 Award Winners

Health Sciences Research Days 2011

Sponsored by:
The Office of the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost
The Office of the Vice President for Research


Thanks for your interest in Health Sciences Research Days! This two-day event will showcase the diversity of health science-related research at Tulane, and will feature presentations by students, faculty and staff university-wide.Poster presentations will be displayed for review at the J. Bennett Johnston Building on the downtown campus. In addition, a series of prizes will be awarded by Deans and Center Directors.

The 28th Annual Health Sciences Research Days is scheduled for Monday-Tuesday February 20-21, 2017.

HSRD 2016 Posters by Session

Program of events:

Wednesday April 6, 2016:

9:00-11:30am Poster Session A
JBJ Atrium and 111A

The Dr. & Mrs. Michael A. Gerber Memorial Lecture
School of Medicine, Room 6065

Mark J. Czaja MD, FAASLD
Emory University School of Medicine
"Autophagy: Eating Your Way Out of Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease"

1:00pm Meet the Speaker Reception: Mark J. Czaja
JBJ Mezzanine

1:30-4:00PM Poster Session B
JBJ Atrium and 111A

Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women's Health (BIRCWH) Distinguished Lecture
J. Bennett Johnston Building, Room 403

Janine Austin Clayton, MD
NIH, Associate Director for Research on Women's Health
"Better with Both: Studying Both Sexes Is Good Science"

2:30pm Meet the Speaker Reception: Janine Austin Clayton

Thursday April 7, 2016:

9:30-11:00am  Poster Session C
JBJ Atrium and 111A

Health Sciences Research Days Distinguished Lecture
School of Medicine, Room 6065

John D. Clements, PhD
Tulane University School of Medicine, Department of Microbiology & Immunology
"Barriers and Solutions for Vaccine Development/Delivery for Children in Less Developed Countries"

1:00pm Meet the Speaker reception: John D. Clements
JBJ Mezzanine

1:30-4:00pm Poster Session D
JBJ Atrium and 111A

Distinguished Lecture in Aging
School of Social Work (Elk Place), 3rd Floor Auditorium

Keith E. Whitfield, PhD
Duke University Center for Biobehavioral Health Disparities Research
"Sources of Individual Variability on the Intersections between Cognitive Aging and Health Disparities"

*For help with poster design, format and printing, visit the Matas Library Poster Presentation Guide.


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