IU School of Medicine Student Research Symposium (ISRS) is a student-led research symposium. ISRS provides students an opportunity to present scholarly projects they have been engaged in to their colleagues and IU School of Medicine faculty and administrators.
Do you have research (including case reports/case series) or other scholarly projects that you are interested in presenting to peers and faculty? If so, the IU School of Medicine Student Research Symposium is for you!
Using research you’ve presented in the past (IMPRS, for example) is perfectly acceptable. We only ask that if you participated in the Symposium last year, that you not present the same project.
- Abstracts are due March 24, 2019.
- The Symposium will be April 13, 2019.
Get Involved with the Student Board
Do you have a passion for research and academic medicine? Are you interested in helping organize the annual IU School of Medicine Student Research Symposium? Apply for the IU School of Medicine Student Research Symposium leadership board. Through work with the symposium, the board seeks to increase student exposure to research on campus and facilitate further interest and action toward creating an environment of enthusiasm for scholarly work. Medical students at any of IU School of Medicine’s campuses are eligible to apply.
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Special thanks to Dr. Anantha Shekhar, Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute, Anne Nguyen and Indiana Medical Student Program for Research and Scholarship for their generous contributions and support for ISRS.