Chuan-Pu Lee, Ph.D. Endowed Graduate Student Research Presentation Day (GSRPD) is a student-organized event that promotes interactions among Wayne State University departments and students within the biomedical research field. In addition, the research day serves to increase our awareness of research activities performed by fellow graduate students.
Presentations, both oral and poster, are made by current Wayne State University graduate and medical students. This includes:
- Students currently pursuing a PhD
- Students currently pursuing a Master's
- Students currently pursing an MD/PhD
Presentations are judged by WSU faculty. Prizes are awarded for the top posters and oral presentations (see the presentation specifications) based on scientific content, visual design and layout, clarity, ability to address questions, and scientific significance. Awards are presented following the keynote address.
Photos from past GSRPDs can be found at this link.
Please check back frequently as the site will be updated with detailed information about the keynote speaker, scheduling for the day, or any important information for the presenters, judges, and attendees.
Information for sponsors: Please see the Schedule page for detailed information on the day's events and this downloadable PDF for information on where to obtain your parking passes and where to park.