On June 13, 2019 the Department of Psychiatry will host its 19th Annual Research Day at the University Club on the Oakland campus. This important annual event highlights the diverse research taking place in the Department of Psychiatry by our talented faculty, postdoctoral researchers, trainees, and staff. It is also a terrific venue for networking, building new collaborations, and reconnecting with colleagues.
What's Happening at Research Day. The morning poster session will highlight the findings from a wide range of research projects presented by faculty, postdoctoral scholars, residents, students and staff. Lunchtime Roundtable Discussions, led by experts from our Department, provide participants with the opportunity to learn about variety of research and career development topics. The afternoon includes the popular Speed Dat(a)ing session featuring presentations by Department of Psychiatry investigators on their latest findings and new sessions featuring our Department researchers that we are excited about offering this year. At the end of the day, our chairman, Dr. David Lewis will recognize the contributions of faculty and staff to the Department and the research community, and present the Best Poster prizes at the awards ceremony. Networking opportunities abound on Research Day so that attendees can reconnect with colleagues, meet new people in the research community and share their interests. Click here for the Research Day program schedule.
Registration is now closed for this event. Please note registration is required in order to attend Research Day.
For More Information. Direct inquiries regarding Research Day to Jeanie Knox Houtsinger (Telephone: 412-246-6784; Email: email@example.com).