Student Researcher of the Year (SROY)
Announcing a New Award from COSGP!
Research is an important field in osteopathic medicine, and it is important that we recognize the excellence and achievement of our fellow student doctors. The winner will receive the National Title at the AACOM Annual Conference and a cash prize of $500!
Please download the application below and email it to COSGPResRep@aacom.org by December 14, 2014.
OIA Presentations about OMT Research
by Global Health Representative
Checkout this map of the Osteopathic Medical Schools and the contacts for research at each school. If your school doesn’t have contacts or has incorrect contacts, please email me at COSGPResearch@gmail.com
Map of Research Contacts
The fall quarterly meeting in Las Vegas, NV produced a lot of discussion within the research committee regarding our work for this year. A few focused projects we discussed included conducting some small research projects to produce presentable data regarding GME issues concerning our osteopathic students. We aim to look at trends in match data from both the NRMP and NMS to draw a few conclusion on where our students choose to do a residency program and what type of program they choose. Also, the committee would like to take some time at the winter quarterly meeting to do an interactive session and talk on presenting different types of research and some of the nuances that come along with these different types of presentations. We would like to involve students who have successfully done research (many of which we have in our council) to share their experience and any advice they have to get started into medical/clinical research. Currently I am working on organizing an important links type page to supplement our research section on the website so hopefully that will be posted soon. I look forward to working with the Research Committee leading up to our winter quarterly meeting.
Here are a few useful documents that are great resources to look through before beginning a research project.
The Research Committee’s goals are to establish and share opportunities for osteopathic students to take part in medical research. We are working hard this year to organize a usable document that encompasses a wide variety of resources and gather feedback from students who have utilized these various resource to create a database for students to search and find a project that suits their personal needs. We also plan to make how-to videos and documents produced by students who have successfully undergone and published their research. Please keep checking back here to find more resources as they become available.