This year marked the 10th annual research training symposium and poster session on the Medical Campus, in which students, residents and junior faculty present basic, clinical and translational research projects. It’s also the fifth year that students from Meharry Medical College in Nashville participated in the program and the School of Medicine’s Summer Research Program.
Washington University’s Global Health Center selected five WUSTL students for its inaugural summer research program, which paired students with faculty mentors to explore issues such as malnutrition, maternal health and access to health care. Pictured is program participant Laura Bliss, a second-year medical student.
A unique summer research program is providing 11 students who attend Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tenn., with invaluable experience at the School of Medicine. The program offers the Meharry students the opportunity to conduct cutting-edge research with the School of Medicine’s renowned physicians and scientists.