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Biomedical Sciences and Health Disparities Symposium

April 15

The Annual Biomedical Sciences & Health Disparities Symposium attracts some of the top health science research and ideas from throughout academia in Hawaii. Medical Students, Residents, Medical Fellows, Graduate Students, Post-Doctoral Fellows and Undergraduates are invited to present their work. Research Associates and Faculty are encouraged to attend. The Symposium will virtual this year. Both presenters and non-presenter attendees must register to obtain the Zoom links.

Our SRL members will be presenting their following posters on April 15, 2021:

Devon Cataldi

Agreement and Precision of Total Body Water Measures by Various Methods and its Impact on Body Composition Estimates

Michael Wong

Detecting Significant Body Composition Change with Three-Dimensional Optical Surface Scans: A Prospective Study

Dustin Valdez

Clinical Efficacy and Acceptability of a Point-Of-Care Electronic Palpation Device for Breast Cancer Screening for a Lower Middle-Income Environment

Lambert Leong

Lesion Characterization with Three Compartment Breast (3CB) Compositional Imaging

Jonathan Bennett

Accessible Five Compartment Body Composition via 3-Dimensional Imaging and Bioelectrical Impedance

Organizer

University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM)
Website:
http://jabsom.hawaii.edu/

Venue

Virtual (Zoom)