Idaho WWAMI’s Research Symposium Shines a Light on Super-star Medical Students
Medical school is hard. Students eat, sleep and breathe the medical industry, their education and all things healthcare.
Physicians aren’t limited to doctors providing clinical care. They’re researchers and educators making a difference in the lives of their patients, and their patients’ loved ones.
As a part of the Independent Investigative Inquiry research component of the curriculum at Idaho WWAMI, students are required to complete a summer research project, typically researching a clinical question, or completing a literature review. They present their findings during a public poster session.
Idaho WWAMI’s annual research symposium provides an opportunity for their medical students to highlight their summer research and illustrate how the findings matter in a clinical and community setting.
Christina Nolde, who was selected as the awardee of the Outstanding Scholarship of Discovery Oral Presentation and received Honorable Mention in the Outstanding Scholarship of Discovery poster category, spent her summer studying autoimmune disease and the association with adverse pregnancy outcomes. …CONTINUE READING