2017 Carey-Marshall-Thorner Research & Scholars Day — Photos

DOM’s 2017 Carey-Marshall-Thorner Research & Scholars Day, held on Wednesday, May 10th, in Pinn Hall Conference Center, included a keynote address by Professor of Medicine Emeritus Richard Pearson, MD, oral presentations, a poster session, and a closing award ceremony.

Thanks to all who participated and contributed to making the day a success, particularly Tony Brinkman and Karen Ward, who provide logistical support each year for this annual department-wide event.

Below is a slideshow from the day; go here for the article. Many thanks to Lance Buckley for his assistance with photography (the best pix are his!).

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Endocrinology fellow Jessica Lundgren, MD, accepts an award for her poster presentation on "Adolescent Girls with Hyperandrogenism and Overweight, Short-Term Metformin Improves Hyperandrogenemia But Does Not Alter Hypothalamic Sensitivity to Progesterone Negative Feedback"

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