Student Poster Session

Each year the Section on Public Health & Preventive Medicine sponsors a Student Poster Session to showcase research from students in the Philadelphia region. Undergraduate, Masters and Doctoral level students, including students pursuing public health as part of a dual-degree program, are invited to submit their research.

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2019 Poster Session

 

The upcoming Student Poster Session will be held on Tuesday, April 23rd, 2019 at the College of Physicians of Philadelphia.

 

The submission period for abstracts will be open from January 7th, 2019 through February 15th, 2019. 

How to Submit:

Participants must be a student at one of the Section's Institutional Membership Organizations: Arcadia University, Drexel University, La Salle University, Temple University, Thomas Jefferson University, University of Pennsylvania, University of the Sciences, and West Chester University. Students may also wish to take advantage of free student Section membership.

 

Steps for Submitting an Abstract:

  • Email your completed abstract to your specified school contact.
  • Modify your abstract based on feedback from your school contact.
  • Complete this submission form.

Sending your abstract to your school contact and completing the submission form are both required for final submission.

2018 Poster Session

May 2nd, 2018

 

The 2018 Poster Session featured about 60 posters; the abstracts are hereBelow are the winners of the 2018 Student Poster Session:

 

Undergraduate

Patrick Kelly (Temple University)

FACTORS IMPACTING OLDER LATINAS' LIKELIHOOD OF REGISTERING AS POSTHUMOUS ORGAN DONORS

 

Masters

Jason Hammer (University of Pennsylvania)

MAPPING SOCIODEMOGRAPHIC AND HEALTH SENSITIVITY TO EXTREME HEAT EVENTS: PHILADELPHIA'S HEAT VULNERABILITY INDEX

 

Guarav Majmudar (University of Pennsylvania)

A QUALITATIVE SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF THE CONCUSSION-EMOTIONAL RESPONSE PARADIGM IN HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE ATHLETES

 

PhD/Fellow/MD

Alexandra Budenz (Drexel University)

MASS SHOOTINGS AND VIOLENCE-RELATED MENTAL ILLNESS STIGMA ON TWITTER