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AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF PHYSICIANS OF INDIAN ORIGIN of QUEENS and LONG ISLAND
Seventh New York State-Wide Research Competition
AAPI of Queens and Long Island (AAPIQLI) is pleased to announce the Seventh New York State-wide Research Competition. The competition is open to – All High School, College and Medical students, Residents and Fellows of Indian Origin. This initiative continues the long-standing tradition of AAPQLI supporting research activities
The goal of the Competition is to help promote the scholarly activity of high school and college students as well as physicians in training at all levels (residents and fellows) and award them with incentives to continue in their Research.
All participants are encouraged to submit their scholarly work developed, presented, or published in the last 24 months. Previously submitted work may be re-submitted if it has been significantly improved in the past 12 months. To be eligible the submitting author must be identified as the major contributor to the scholarly work performed during your School/College/Residency/Fellowship years.
THE COMPETITION IS OPEN TO –
-All High School, College, Medical students, Residents and Fellows of Indian Origin.
-All research associates, research scientists, hospital, and healthcare management students of Indian Origin.
The award selection process will be administered by a committee of INTERNATIONALLY RENOWNED JUDGES AS PER THE PROCESS BELOW
The scholarly abstracts chosen will be presented on Oct 15, 2023, at the AAPIQLI Annual CME Symposium and Research Day held at The DeMatteis Center for Cardiac Research and Education,101 Northern Blvd, Greenvale, NY. From 8.30 AM to 1 PM
Monetary awards will be given to the top five best submissions.
All other participants will be given certificate of recognition and rewarded from Dr. Ajay Lodha Foundation
Applicants should e-mail one-page abstract or summary in a word file as an attachment:
Submit to: Dr. Arunabh Talwar at [email protected]
Deadline for Submission: September 15,2023
Word Count: 450
Rules and Regulations
Awards & Certificates of participation will be presented at the AAPIQLI annual CME meeting. First FIVE Finalists will be recognized on the Annual Gala and will be given complimentary passes to attend the AAPIQLI Annual Gala on December 9, 2023
Scientific abstract must contain:
ALL ABSTRACTS NOT MEETING THESE MINIMUM CRITERIA WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. It is recommended that the abstract content be organized with the following headings: RATIONALE/BACKGROUND, METHODS, RESULTS, AND CONCLUSIONS
Interesting and unique case reports will be considered for presentation. Each abstract should describe only a single case report. Case report abstracts must contain the following four components:
The total word count of an abstract may not exceed 450 words. Note: The 450 words count is for the abstract body (title, authors' information, institutions, tables, images, and spaces between words will not count towards the 450 words count).
The Presenting Author of accepted abstracts will be expected to present their work on October 15, 2023. at the AAPIQLI Annual CME Symposium and Research Day held at The DeMatteis Center for Cardiac Research and Education, 101 Northern Blvd, Greenvale, NY.
Please disseminate the information about the Competition to all eligible students/residents and fellows in your institution.
Please feel free to contact any one of us for more information
|Rajender Jinna, MD
|Arunabh Talwar, MD
Chair, Research Committee
|Himanshu Pandya, MD
|Sunil Mehra, MD
Co-Chair, Research Comm.
|Tarun Wasil, MD
Co-Chair, Research Comm.