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Department of Medicine & Whiting School of Engineering Research Retreat

Poster Session: Tuesday, September 20, 2022

The 2022 poster session will take place on Tuesday, September 20 in Charles Commons on the Johns Hopkins University Homewood Campus. Investigators from the Department of Medicine or Whiting School of Engineering can submit new or previously submitted abstracts to present the day of the poster session.

The 2022 DOM/WSE Research Retreat, “Celebrating 5 Years of Medicine and Engineering Collaborations” focused on the research efforts of the Department of Medicine and the Whiting School of Engineering and the ongoing collaborative projects between investigators from both schools. All trainees and faculty members are encouraged to submit an abstract for the poster session and consideration for award. This year's poster session was postponed due to COVID restrictions during the retreat in March 2022. Submit abstracts for both the Department of Medicine and the Whiting School of Engineering via Qualtrics.

Abstract Submission Form

 

Department of Medicine (DOM)

An abstract can be submitted for a $500 award (additional one-page summary required with submission) in the following categories:

  • Postdoctoral Clinical Research Award
  • Postdoctoral Basic Research Award
  • Junior Faculty Clinical Research Award
  • Junior Faculty Basic Research Award

All winners will be invited to give brief presentations of their research the day of the retreat. Winners will be notified approximately two weeks prior to the event to allow for presentation preparation.

DOM Award Submission Requirements

  • Primary appointment in Medicine (residents and postdocs are eligible)
  • Submission of abstract submission form
  • Submission of one-page summary (one inch margins, 12 point font, Times New Roman, single spaced) that clearly addresses the following areas (~200 words each):
  1. The broad significance of your research to medicine
  2. Your major research hypothesis or question and approach
  3. Your findings and how your research relates to your early career goals

Whiting School of Engineering (WSE)

An abstract may be submitted for an award (additional 1-page summary required with your submission) in the following categories:

  • Whiting School of Engineering Trainee Award- $500 award
  • Whiting School of Engineering Research Laboratory Excellence Award- $1000 award

All winners will be invited to give brief presentations of their research the day of the retreat. Winners will be notified approximately two weeks prior to the event to allow for presentation preparation.

WSE Award Submission Requirements

WSE Trainee Award

  • Graduate students and postdocs are eligible
  • Submission of abstract submission form
  • Submission of one-page summary (one inch margins, 12 point font, Times New Roman, single spaced) that clearly addresses the following areas (~200 words each):
  1. The broad significance of your research to engineering
  2. Your major research hypothesis or question and approach
  3. Your findings and how your research relates to your early career goals

WSE Research Lab Excellence Award

This award is an opportunity to enhance visibility and showcase excellence in research from all departments within the Whiting School of Engineering to a large audience. The principle investigator of the lab will give a brief oral presentation of the lab’s research interests and ongoing projects.

  • Principle investigator (PI) must have a primary faculty appointment in Whiting School of Engineering
  • Submission of a minimum of two abstracts by two separate trainees (graduate student, post-doc) from the lab as an example of the depth of research in the laboratory
  • Laboratory PI completes and submits the Abstract Submission Form in addition to a one-page summary (one-inch margins, 12-point font, Times New Roman, single spaced) that clearly addresses the following areas (~200 words each):
  1. The broad significance of your research to engineering
  2. Major ongoing research projects
  3. Relevance to Medicine, use ongoing collaborations with investigators in the DOM as an example
  4. CV of the laboratory PI
  5. List the names of the two trainees (graduate students, post-docs) from the lab who will be submitting abstracts demonstrating the depth of research in the lab (two trainee abstract minimum must be received in order for lab award submission to be complete)

The deadline for abstracts and award applications is Monday, August 1, 2022.

For questions, please contact retreat co-chairs: Dr. Nicholas Zachos (nzachos1@jhmi.edu) or Dr. Jamie Spangler (jamie.spangler@jhu.edu