Pathology investigators

Young Investigators' Day

26th Annual Young Investigators' Day

Dear Faculty, Fellows, Residents, Graduate Students and Medical Students:

We are pleased to announce the 26th Annual Department of Pathology Young Investigators’ Day, to be held In-Person on Tuesday, March 12th, from 10:00a.m – 4:00p.m. in the Turner Concourse. This important event provides residents, fellows, and students with the opportunity to showcase their clinical, basic, or translational research efforts. This activity allows faculty, fellows, residents, and students to learn more about the diverse ongoing research in our department. Trainees: Please read the NOTICE below regarding registration.

We will have an in-person poster session and welcome all eligible fellows, residents, graduate students and medical students to submit their abstract and prepare and present their poster. If you are a trainee working with a faculty member who holds an appointment in the Department of Pathology or are a Pathobiology graduate student, we invite you to join us for this exciting day of science!

Registration and Abstract Submission Guidelines

Participation is required of any fellow or resident who has presented or will be presenting their work in any format at a national meeting from April, 2023, to March, 2024. Preliminary or published data in the areas of Basic Research, Translational Research and Clinical Research may be presented. Awards will be given for the best poster in each of these areas for House Staff, Fellows and Students, as recommended by a panel of faculty judges. To honor our trainees and their mentors, a reception with boxed lunches and refreshments will be held during the poster session from 1:00-1:30pm in the Turner Concourse, following a presentation by our guest speaker, Ted M. Dawson, M.D., Ph.D. at Noon. Awards will be presented at the Pathology Awards Ceremony on Wednesday, June 12, 2024 (more details to be announced by the Path Training Office).

You will be submitting your registration and abstract via e-mail to Stacey March ([email protected]), Sr. Academic Program Coordinator, Graduate Program in Pathobiology.

LIMIT 1 per participant -- at this time, we are limiting participants to 1 poster, however a second may be permitted with written permission from Stacey March or a PYID Director. Abstract must be by trainee in Pathology or Pathobiology or under mentorship/supervision of Faculty holding appointment in Pathology/Pathobiology

Registrations and abstracts will be due by MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2024.

Please join us for this wonderful annual event to show support for the research of our students and trainees.


Ralph Hruban, M.D.
Baxley Professor and Director of Pathology

Ben Larman, Ph.D.
Co-Director, Pathology Young Investigators' Day Committee

Charles Steenbergen, M.D., Ph.D.
Co-Director, Pathology Young Investigators' Day Committee