Clinical
Investigators' Day
Friday, October 10, 2014

 

 

                  Schedule

Friday, October 10, 2014
Lecture Hall III, Veterinary Research Tower

8:00   -8:30

8:30   -8:45
8:45   -9:00
9:00  -10:20
10:20-10:30
10:30-12:00
12:00 -1:00

1:00   -2:30
2:30   -2:45
2:45   -3:30
3:30   -3:45
3:45   -4:30

 
Continental Breakfast
VRT Foyer
Welcome & Introductions
Keynote Speaker
Resident Presentations
Break
Resident PresentationsLunch
Faculty Speakers
Resident Presentations
Break
Resident Presentations
Keynote Speaker
Reception & Awards

Times are tentative and subject to change


Questions? Please feel free to contact the co-chairs of the program:
Elizabeth Buckles
Mary Martin


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NYS Veterinary Conference -Fall 2014

2014 Clinical Investigators' Day


We are pleased to announce the annual College of Veterinary Medicine Clinical Investigators’ Day will be held on Friday, October 10, 2014 in Lecture Hall III of the Veterinary Research Tower.  This program offers our interns and residents an opportunity to showcase their research endeavors and provides a forum for trainees to hone both written and oral presentation skills.  Presentations will also be scored by a panel of judges who will award a travel award to those giving the best presentations.

The Day is also designed to provide a forum for veterinary professionals to learn and gain knowledge in contemporary research problems affecting veterinary medicine.  Topics cover a wide range of applied, basic, retrospective and prospective studies.  The event will provide attendees with a broad understanding on how clinical trainee studies are designed and analyzed to have maximum impact on veterinary medicine.

New this year, Clinical Investigators’ Day will coincide with the Fall 2014 Fall VC 2014 logo New York State Veterinary Conference.  A limited number of conference registrants are welcomed to attend the program with advanced registration.  Participation in the program will also qualify for continuing education credit from the "Registry of Approved Continuing Education" (RACE) program. 

The program will also include keynote speakers, an overview of career opportunities offered in the College of Veterinary Medicine after completion of residency training, a panel discussion of individual research training and career path experiences, followed by a reception.

On behalf of the college community organizing this event, we look forward to this special day and welcome your participation.  If you have questions about the guidelines or submission requirements, please contact any one of us.

Elizabeth Buckles, Mary Martin