GW Research Showcase: Now accepting abstracts!

February 2, 2022

GW Research Showcase, previously GW Research Days, celebrates the breadth of student research across all disciplines and provides an opportunity for students to receive feedback on their projects, hone their presentation skills, and compete for prizes. GW Research Showcase 2022 will be held virtually on April 11-14th, 2022.

All undergraduate, graduate, and professional students are invited to submit abstracts and participate in the 2022 GW Research Showcase by 11:55pm ET on Tuesday, March 1, 2022.

Special Prize Category Spotlight: The CTSI-CN Prize for Promoting Health Equity in Clinical and Translational Research

The mission of the Clinical and Translational Science Institute at Children’s National (CTSI-CN), a partnership between Children’s National Hospital and the George Washington University, is to foster broad collaborative investigation that accelerates discovery (from bench to bedside and community), and strives to improve health and health equity through clinical and translational research (CTR). In the present case, health equity is a goal in which CTR cohorts truly reflect the population of persons affected by a given condition. Students will be awarded for research aimed at translating discovery to improve health, with special attention to issues related to achieving health equity. 

Eligibility: Undergraduate and graduate (masters and doctoral) students, and medical students are eligible for this prize.

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