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Student Jenifer Renfro (left) explains her research poster, “The Use of Medical Imaging in Diagnosis of Neuroblastomas,” to PRaISE attendees Michelle Henlein and Cathleen Schweinfest.
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Student Jenifer Renfro (left) explains her research poster, “The Use of Medical Imaging in Diagnosis of Neuroblastomas,” to PRaISE attendees Michelle Henlein and Cathleen Schweinfest.
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Publish Date: 03/01/13
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Registration Open for PRaISE Student Research Conference

Registration is now open for the 15th annual Presentation of Research and Innovative/Scholarly Endeavors (PRaISE) Conference, held by the College of Allied Health Sciences. 

This year's PRaISE Conference will be held from 8 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. Friday, April 5, at Tangeman University Center. During the day, both undergraduate and graduate allied health sciences students will showcase their research through oral and poster presentations.

The conference keynote speaker will be Graham Hughes, MD, is the Chief Medical Officer within SAS (Statistical Analysis Software) Institute's Center for Health Analytics & Insights.
 
Hughes has over 20 years' experience developing and delivering innovative healthcare IT products and services and has a deep understanding of healthcare market dynamics, both in the UC and internationally.

Immediately prior to joing SAS in June 2011, he spent six years working as VP of Product Strategy and Chief Medical Informatics Officer at GE Healthcare IT, leading a "Customer Encounter with Advanced Technology" innovation team as well as spearheading the annual strategic planning process for GEHCIT's enterprise portfolio of products.

Students can register online at cahs.uc.edu/current/praise-register.aspx until at 5 p.m. Wednesday, March 13. 

For the full schedule and more information, visit cahs.uc.edu/current/praise.aspx.


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