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Medical Student Research Day

The University of Maryland School of Medicine Medical Student Research Day

The Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA) Honor Society and the Office of Student Research (OSR) in the Dean's Office have sponsored Medical Student Research Day (MSRD) for over 40 years. MSRD is a proud tradition for University of Maryland's medical students to present their research accomplishments to the school and the campus. The presentations are judged, and competitive prizes are awarded in recognition of outstanding research and presentations.

Hosted by: University of Maryland School of Medicine/Office of Student Research and Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA) Honor Medical Society Maryland Beta Chapter

Event Director:
Gregory B. Carey, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Microbiology and Immunology
Executive Director of Student Research and Community Outreach, OSR
Director, PRISM Program for Medical Students
Director, UM Scholars Program
Director, STAR-PREP

Event Manager:
Qi Cao, J.D.
Research Coordinator


Learn More

44th Annual Medical Student Research Day - This year's event will be held virtually through Zoom in the afternoons of November 15-16, 2021 (~1-5:30pm). More information will be available.

  • If you are interested in attending the event or becoming a judge for this year's event, please respond through the MSRD Interest Form.
  • If you are an MS II, MSIII, or MSIV student interested in or considering presenting at the event, please respond through the Presenter Interest Form. More information regarding Presentation Registration and eligibility will be available the week of Sep. 20.
  • For questions, please use the Ask MSRD form.

43rd Medical Student Research Day (November 12-13, 2020 - a past event) - Please see award announcement, event program, and abstract booklet on the event page. 

Past MSRD Awards and Booklets


Contact

Qi Cao, J.D.
Research Coordinator
Office of Student Research

Questions

For questions, please use the Ask MSRD form.