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*Resident presentations are evaluated by four judges: the Keynote Speaker and three others (may be internal or external).
 
*Resident presentations are evaluated by four judges: the Keynote Speaker and three others (may be internal or external).
*Categories are the following:
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*Categories are the following (total 100 points possible):
 
**Scientific Background (20 points possible)
 
**Scientific Background (20 points possible)
 
**Hypothesis/Specific Aims (15 points possible)
 
**Hypothesis/Specific Aims (15 points possible)
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**Summary/Significance (15 points possible)
 
**Summary/Significance (15 points possible)
 
**Presentation (15 points possible)
 
**Presentation (15 points possible)
Total 100 points possible
 
 
*The top two high scoring presentations will be recognized with an award during the Graduation ceremony.
 
*The top two high scoring presentations will be recognized with an award during the Graduation ceremony.

Revision as of 10:44, 1 July 2019

  • Resident presentations are evaluated by four judges: the Keynote Speaker and three others (may be internal or external).
  • Categories are the following (total 100 points possible):
    • Scientific Background (20 points possible)
    • Hypothesis/Specific Aims (15 points possible)
    • Study Design/Experimental Approach (15 points possible)
    • Results/Interpretation (20 points possible)
    • Summary/Significance (15 points possible)
    • Presentation (15 points possible)
  • The top two high scoring presentations will be recognized with an award during the Graduation ceremony.