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Research Design & Statistics Consultation

Open to Interns, Residents, & Fellows of GME affiliated programs.
Contact Robin J. Jacobs, Ph.D., M.S., M.P.H. for requests.

Scientific Research Poster Competitions

  • FOMA Poster Competition - Case Study and Experimental Research Presentation (Peer Reviewed)
    • Held annually in conjunction with the 2020 Annual FOMA Convention on Friday, February 7, 2020. The FOMA holds a Peer Reviewed Research Poster Competition that is open to Students, Interns, Residents and Fellows who are members of the FOMA. There are two categories in which to enter - Case Study and Experimental Research. For more information and application guidelines visit FOMA's website.

  • GME Poster Competition - Held in conjunction with NSU-KPCOM Residency Fair (April). Open to Students, Interns, Residents, and Fellows
    • The Office of Graduate Medical Education (GME) proudly sponsors a scientific poster competition every year to recognize the great research efforts which occur at affiliated residency programs and by our NSU-KPCOM students. Cash awards are given to those who place 1st, 2nd, or 3rd in the competition under two different categories (experimental research and case presentation). This event also provides a significant amount of professional experience and scholarly advancement of knowledge.

      The Student/Intern/Resident/Fellow Scientific Research Poster Competition is open to students, interns, residents and fellows who are training at NSU-KPCOM or in a GME-affiliated program.

      Held annually in the Don Taft University Center on NSU main Campus in conjunction with the College of Osteopathic Medicine’s Residency Fair. 

OGME Research Award Initiative

Open to Interns, Residents, & Fellows - Five $1,000 Annual Awards to support medical research projects

The Resident Research Award provides five $1,000 awards to support an osteopathic medicine research project. The Resident Research Award program is open to residents in the GME affiliated member institutions.

The Resident Research Award applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.

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