Postdoctoral fellows, medical residents and graduate students presented at Augusta University’s 32nd Graduate Research Day, an annual event to showcase the research accomplishments of students throughout The Graduate School. Neuroscientist Dr. Dora Angelaki was this year’s keynote speaker.
For more than 30 years, Graduate Research Day has allowed students to receive feedback on their work and sharpen their presentation skills before presenting at national meetings. Their research spans a variety of topics ranging from the biomedical sciences to education to psychology. Presentations are judged by faculty and awards are presented by The Graduate School and participating programs and colleges. Learn more at augusta.edu/gradstudies.