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Child Health Research Day

The Children’s Hospital Research Institute of Manitoba is proud to be hosting the 11th Annual Child Health Research Day, with this year’s theme being Genetics & Ethics in Child Health Research and Clinical Care. All trainees including Undergraduate Students, Graduate Students, Post-Doctoral Fellows, Residents and Research Associates/Technicians are invited to submit an abstract.

CHRD is always an exciting day for those in attendance to learn more about research being done by trainees that will help form the future of child health research here in Manitoba.

(Registration is now closed).

Genetics & Ethics in Child Health Research and Clinical Care
October 1, 2015
Frederic Gaspard Theatre, University of Manitoba Bannatyne Campus
Winnipeg, MB

Poster Presentations

September 30, 2015
Brodie Centre, University of Manitoba Bannatyne Campus
Winnipeg, MB

Deadline

  • All abstracts must be received by Friday, September 4, 2015 at 4 p.m.
  • No extensions to this deadline will be issued; no abstracts will be accepted after 4pm on September 4, 2015.

Abstract Guidelines

Please read the Abstract Guideline before submitting an abstract. Click the link below to view the guide.

2015 Research Abstract Guidelines

Goodbear’s Den: Oral Presentations

The top 10 abstracts will be invited to give an oral presentation during the afternoon.

Each trainee will have five minutes to deliver their presentation that focuses on:

  • What?
    • What did you do and what were the results? (approx.. 1 minute 30 seconds)
  • Now what?
    • What do you plan to do next? (approx. 1 minute)
  • So what?
    • What does this research mean for child health?
    • What are the implications of this work?

Trainees selected for presentation may use a maximum of five slides.

Slides should be on plain white background with black font.

Abstract Selection Process for Goodbear’s Den

  • Each criterion of the abstract will be scored on a scale from 0 to 3
  • Judges will look at the following areas:
    • Clear hypothesis and objectives
    • Reporting of results
    • Conclusions supported by data presented
    • Quality and significance of research findings
    • Relevance to child health in Manitoba

Poster competition

  • All trainees submitting an abstract for a poster will be eligible for the poster competition.
  • A Gold, Silver or Bronze cash award will be available in each of the 5 trainee categories. Undergraduate Students, Graduate Students, Post-Doctoral Fellows, Residents or Research Associates/Technicians.NOTE: A Gold, Silver or Bronze may not be awarded in every category.

2015 CHRD Agenda

Contact Information

All inquiries in regards to CHRD should be made to Adrian Alleyne:

aalleyne@chrim.ca or (204)-272-3135.

 

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