The C.P. Lee Endowed Graduate Student Research Day is a student-organized event that promotes interaction between WSU departments and students throughout the University's diverse spectrum of biomedical research disciplines. In addition, the GSRD program serves as an opportunity to allow students to increase their awareness of research activities performed by their peers throughout the University's numerous labs.
Abstract submission is open to all Wayne State University graduate and medical students.
Students may present their work as either a poster or oral presentation. Unless otherwise specified, all submitted abstracts are considered for oral presentation. When the limited oral presentation slots are filled, all other abstracts are invited for poster presentation. Presentation specifications are available here.
Presentations are judged by WSU faculty with prizes for the top poster and oral presentations. Awards will be based on scientific content, visual design and layout, clarity, ability to address questions, and scientific significance. Awards will be presented in the evening following the GSRD program.
Please check back frequently as this site will be updated with abstract deadline, keynote speaker, schedule, and additional information for presenters, judges, and attendees.
See you at GSRD!