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2019 Research Forum
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1/23/2019 to 1/27/2019
When: 1/23/2019
Where: Hyatt Regency San Antonio
123 Losoya St.
San Antonio, Texas  78205
United States
Contact: April Duquette

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The EFF Research Meeting is a Continuing Medical Education Program for Junior Faculty and Fellows organized in conjunction with Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. This year's past program was held on January 25-28, 2018 at the Sheraton Dallas in Downtown Dallas, Texas. Selection for this program is based on EFF grant applications and availability. Fellows considered for this forum will be contacted with a formal invitation. Unlike EFF's other programs this is specific to our grant applicants and awardees. Should EFF find openings we will send a request of applications to the program directors.

In this intensive research meeting fellows are given the opportunity to present their fellowship projects to experts of the field. The first day allows fellows a practice session to hone presentation skills for the following day. The next day sessions begin bright and early with an introduction from Dr. Mark Stolar. Over the next few hours fellows present their oral presentations with expert faculty providing feedback and valuable critiques. Expert faculty also present on a trending topic in Diabetes. The day ends with a poster session from fellows and their projects. On the next day there are expert faculty presentations and then breakout sessions. In these sessions fellows are paired 5:1 with an expert faculty member. Each group is tasked with creating a research project from start to finish. Projects are then presented the final day of the meeting and a winning group is selected.

Endocrine Fellow Foundation
PO Box 310
Marion, CT 06444
P: 860.586.7574

The EFF is a 501c(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to foster the advancement of fellows in endocrinology, diabetes and metabolism through mentoring, education, research funding and career support. ©