Allied Health Sciences Showcases Research at Annual Conference
Published June 2008
Erin Hedges (right), a student in the College of Allied Health Sciences’ communication sciences and disorders department, discusses her research poster, “Vocabulary Acquisition: An Investigation of Prompted and Spontaneous Vocabulary Use in Preschool Children During Dialogic Book Reading,” with advanced medical imaging student Jaimie Perry (left).
The poster presentation was a part of the College of Allied Health Sciences’ annual Presentation of Research and Innovative/Scholarly Endeavors (PRaISE) conference. The event, held May 15, served as an opportunity for students to showcase their research work through poster displays and oral presentations.
The conference kicked off in Kresge Auditorium where UC President Nancy Zimpher, PhD, addressed students, faculty and staff. Following her remarks, William Shiels, DO, of Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, presented the keynote address titled “Interventional Radiology—Surgery Without Scars.”
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