Annual Pediatric Research Day

Going further. Asking questions. Digging deeper. Our pediatric residents and fellows tell us their research projects are one of the ways their Stony Brook medical education helps to set them apart.

Trainees choose a research topic of interest to them and are connected to a mentor from our faculty, who helps guide them throughout the project. Pursuing research at this level heightens the educational process by helping trainees to attain the skills needed to understand and evaluate research in their future practices.

Each year, on Pediatric Research Day, our trainees’ research projects are showcased for review by faculty, mentors, colleagues and peers. This exciting day gives trainees a chance to educate others and present their work in a supportive environment.

 

Pediatric Research Day: An Overview
 

Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University's pediatric residents and fellows tell us their research projects are one of the ways their Stony Brook Children's medical education helps to set them apart.
 


Pediatric Research Day PEDs Talk: VORTEX

John Strand, MD, a third year resident at Stony Brook Children's, reflects upon his three years of residency and the patients, colleagues, and workspaces that he will never forget.