Held each year in February, the Medical Student Research Forum (MSRF) is a way to promote student research and to provide an opportunity for medical students to present and share their findings with the College community. It features a full day of oral presentations and poster sessions in basic science and clinical science categories. An afternoon keynote address is given by a distinguished guest speaker. Past speakers have included Nobel laureates and other leading scientists.
The MSRF began in 1997 based on the belief that a fundamental understanding of the relationship between medical research and the practice of medicine can enable physician-scientists to better serve patients and the community.
Several student projects presented at past forums have been candidates for drug patents, scientific articles, and the application of new technology and medical techniques.
|The 23rd Annual Medical Student Research Forum, was held on February 7, 2019 and was a showcase of a wide variety of basic science and clinical research conducted by medical students. It was the largest one to date, with 59 poster and 16 oral presentation submissions. the keynote address was presented by Alan L. Gass, M.D., FACC, professor of medicine and director of cardiac transplantation and mechanical circulatory support at Westchester Medical Center. Read more about the 23rd Annual MSRF...|
|The 22nd Annual Medical Student Research Forum, was held on February 8, 2018. A total of 51 presentations, in oral and poster format, preceded the keynote address by flu vaccine expert Doris J. Bucher, Ph.D., associate professor of microbiology and immunology and pediatrics, who presented “1918-2018: 100 Years of Flu.” Read more about the 22nd Annual MSRF...|
The 21st Annual Medical Student Research Forum was held on March 6, 2017. Internationally-recognized expert on breast cancer research and treatment, Lyndsay Harris, M.D., was the keynote speaker. Read more...
|||The 22nd Annual Medical Student Research Forum, was held on Thursday, February 11, 2016 - “Exercise and its Impact on Cancer”
Lee W. Jones, Ph.D.
Attending Physiologist, Department of Medicine
Director, Cardio-Oncology Program, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center