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The 2016 Forum
will be held April 6 - 7, 2016
in the Culp Center on the campus of ETSU
in Johnson City, TN

 

The Forum is an annual event in which undergraduate, graduate and medical students as well as post-doctoral fellows and medical residents present their research in a formal setting.  The Forum is open to students from all colleges and universities within the southern Appalachian region.  There is no registration fee -- PARTICIPATION IS FREE!

 

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  • Dr. Mike Ramsey, Chair of the ASRF Task Force
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The Forum hosts both poster and oral presentations. The poster presentation session is open to all participants (undergraduate, graduate, medical residents and post-doctoral fellows). Only post-baccalaureate (graduate) students, medical residents and post-doctoral fellows are eligible to participate in the oral sessions .  For those ETSU undergraduate students who wish to present their research with an oral presentation, see  the Boland ETSU Undergraduate Student Research Symposium page.

Students must register and submit an abstract before the posted deadline in order to participate. 

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ATTENTION ETSU UNDERGRADS:

Are you an ETSU undergraduate student wishing to give an oral presentation?

If so, you should register for the Boland Undergraduate Symposium, a separate event that takes place on Tuesday, April 5th.


Confused about which event to register for and attend?

  • If you are a student wishing to enter a poster in the poster contest, you should register here for the Forum.

  • If you are an ETSU undergraduate student wishing to give an oral presentation, you should go to the Boland Symposium webpage to register.

          Note to ETSU Undergrads:
          if you wish to participate in
          both events, you must register
          separately for each

  • If you are a Graduate Student, Post-Doctoral Fellow or Medical Resident wishing to give an oral presentation, you should register for the Forum.

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