USF Research Symposium
Thirteenth Annual USF Research Symposium
April 13, 2023
Featuring keynote speaker Dr. Amy Elliott, Chief Clinical Research Officer at Avera Research Institute.
Dr. Elliott's passion for using scientific tools to solve complex problems led her to study early childhood development. She did so with the hope of optimizing a child's chance at a great life. Dr. Elliott now specializes in fetal and infant mortality at Avera Research Institute and will share her research on reducing infant mortality in Native American communities.
The Research Symposium provides opportunities to hone professional skills especially in speaking and writing, to grow as a scholar, add to your resume and cultivate relationships from different disciplines.
The permanent theme of the USF Research Symposium is Fresh Perspectives. Undergraduates in all disciplines are encouraged to submit a recent research project for presentation. Student-faculty collaborative projects are also encouraged. Presentations are 15-20 minutes and tailored for oral presentation. A panel of faculty review proposals and then develop panels.
As with most academic conferences, the primary goal of the symposium is to provide a friendly, supportive and collegial venue for the exchange of and debate over research, information and ideas. The symposium strives to emulate the environment of a professional conference: panels of presenters, a plenary speaker, complimentary breakfast and luncheon and faculty moderators.
For more information or to submit abstracts, contact Dr. Sarah Sinnott at firstname.lastname@example.org.