The Society was established in 1987 to recognize and promote the research efforts of the student body at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine in both the basic and clinical sciences. Each year students whose abstracts are accepted for poster or slide presentations at Student Research Day are inducted. Throughout the year, members exchange ideas and share their experiences about conducting research. In addition, the Society serves to encourage collaboration with faculty to promote productive research opportunities for students.
Student Research Day
Student Research Day will be on January 12, 2015. We will post the program of presentations under 2015 SRD.
We are honored to invite Dr. Peter Agre, Director of the Johns Hopkins Malaria Institute and Nobel Laureate, as our keynote speaker.