Medical Student Research Day Awards

Medical Student Research Day is an annual event that provides the UNM/HSC community with an opportunity to share and honor medical students’ challenges and successes in their research and to enlighten one another. Students present their research in a poster venue and are judged by volunteer faculty members in morning and afternoon sessions.

Congratulations to the winners of 2012 Research Day!

1stPlace:

Maria Montoya, MS IV; - The Role Of Economic Empowerment In The Perception Of Aids Stigma Amongst Women In Rural Kenya

Lorenzo Rodriguez, MS IV; - Influences On Patient Satisfaction

2ndPlace:

Ahmed El-Emawy, MS IV;  - Effects Of Histamine Type 3 Receptor Antagonist Abt-239 On3h-D-Aspartate Release In Rat Brain Slices

Susan Showers, MS IV;  Which Mesh Terms Are Releant When Researching The Ambiguous Topic Of Hypnotic Therapy And Hypertension?

3rdPlace:

Landon Brown, MS IV - New Mexico’s Challenges, Associated With Food Deserts

Ginnie Taylor, MS IV - Parental Attitudes Towards Circumcision

 


Contact: Cindy Foster, 272-3322

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