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Biomedical Sciences & Health Disparities Symposium

April 7

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 have both virtual and live components this year. Friends and family may attend the online event. The live, in-person poster sessions will be closed to the general public. Both presenters and non-presenter attendees must register.

Our SRL members will be presenting their following posters on April 7, 2022:

Devon Cataldi

Muscular Function and Strength Predictions Using DXA in Collegiate Athletes

Michael Wong

Evaluation of Body Shape as a Space-Feasible Body Composition Assessment

Dustin Valdez

A pilot study to evaluate breast cancer screening in low resources areas of the Pacific using portable ultrasound and artificial intelligence

Lambert Leong

Modular artificial intelligence models for body composition research

Jonathan Bennett

Accessible multicompartment body composition for monitoring sarcopenia risk in older adults
Samantha Torres
The need for breast cancer risk modeling data in women participating in screening mammography in Hawai’i

Details

Date:
April 7
Website:
http://biosymp.jabsom.hawaii.edu/

Venue

Sullivan Conference Center, UH Cancer Center
701 Ilalo St
Honolulu,

Organizer

John A. Burns School of Medicine