Medical Student Research Day award winning abstracts
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The Summer Research Program provides opportunities for first and second year medical students to participate in research projects being conducted by members of the Faculty of Medicine. Each year, the recipients of these studentships present their work at the Medical Student Research Day. This is an opportunity for students to present their own research and to be engaged by the work of their peers. Thirty-one medical students presented research projects in the form of oral or poster presentations this year. For the first time, the DMJ is proud to publish the award winning abstracts. ORAL PRESENTATION: Nicholas Petropolis; Supervisor: Dr. Benjamin Rusak, Department of Psychiatry "Diurnal Variation in Levels of Brain Neurochemicals". POSTER PRESENTATIONS: Maria Currie; Supervisors: Dr. G.M. Hirsch, Dr. T.D.G. Lee, Department of Surgery [untitled]. Chris Jenkins; Supervisor: Dr. Bjorn Nashan, Department of Surgery, Dalhousie University "Characterization of T Regulatory Cells Generated by Oral Transplantation Tolerance"