2019 UQMS-OMSA Medical Student Research Conference and Showcase

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2019 UQMS-OMSA Medical Student Research Conference

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The UQMS and OMSA invite you to the 2019 UQ Medical Student Research Conference and Showcase - come along for a thrilling and educational afternoon! With a variety of dazzling student presentations and posters, an internationally renowned keynote speaker, and plenty of free food, you'd better save the date because we're confident you'll have a rip-roaring good time.

CALLING ALL RESEARCHERS: If you've done any research yourself, celebrate your achievements and submit an abstract with us! Whether you've just gotten your hands on your first ever project or are a grizzled research veteran, this is your chance to present your hard work to a panel of peers, doctors, and scientists. You'll receive feedback and recogntion, find opportunities to network and collaborate, and have a shiny new conference presentation to stick on your CV. Visit tiny.cc/UQ2019abstract to learn more about submission!

P.S. For the competitive minds amongst us - there are PLENTY of prizes 🏆🏆🏆

LOCATION: UQ Centre for Clinical Research, Herston

DATE: Wednesday the 9th of October, 12:30pm - 5:30pm

COST: Free!

All conference details can be found on the Student Research Portal.

NOTE: Phase 1 students, there are now NO LECTURES on the afternoon of 9 October, so there's even more reason to attend! If you have CBL at this time, feel free to discuss attendance with your tutor.

Keynote Speaker - Dr. Michael Wagels

Michael Wagels is a Staff Specialist Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon at the Princess Alexandra Hospital with a conjoined academic appointment as Senior Lecturer at the University of Queensland. He completed a BMedSci undergraduate research degree in 1999 and was awarded a PhD in 2013. His theses evaluated amputation in severe lower limb trauma and the behaviour of auto-transplanted muscle for traumatic lower limb injuries.

Michael has a special interest in complex lower limb reconstruction, hand surgery, brachial plexus reconstruction and head and neck reconstructive surgery. He is also interested in the translational aspects of tissue engineering for complex reconstructive defects.

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Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital

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