Research Poster Symposium

Follow the link below for more information and to apply for the 2024 Research Poster Symposium. The abstract submission deadline is December 1st. For any questions contact [email protected] 

15th Annual Research Poster Symposium Brochure.pdf


Congratulations to our 2023 Research Poster Symposium Finalists!

Please click the links below to read the latest winning submissions. Thank you to the participants, judges, and sponsors.


First Place | Prize: $2,500, sponsored by the OOA 
Increasing Advance Care Planning: A Follow-Up on Previous Quality Improvement Measures
by Henry Gutierrez, DO, PGY-II

Second Place | Prize: $2,000, sponsored by the OEFOM 
Trends and Disparities in Unmet Childhood Mental Healthcare Needs: Analysis of National Survey of Children’s Health 2016-2020
by Cassie McCoy, OMS-II

Third Place | Prize: $1,500, sponsored the by OFF
Past Winners 


Poster Do's & Don'ts  



Medical students and residents are invited to showcase their research during the Oklahoma Osteopathic Association’s 2023 Winter CME Seminar! All entrants must be a current medical student or physician currently in a postgraduate training program. Osteopathic and Allopathic medical students and residents are both invited to participate. Ongoing research for your residency or medical school can be submitted. Literature research submissions are also eligible for this symposium. The judging panel will select first, second and third place winners, and the top three finalists will present their research on Saturday, January 21, 2023. All students and residents in postgraduate training programs receive free registration to the 2023 Winter CME and are encouraged to attend.


The mission of the Oklahoma Osteopathic Association’s Research Poster Symposium is to showcase current osteopathic research and stimulate interest in future research projects. This will be accomplished through the exchange of ideas and information between participants of the symposium and attendees of the OOA Winter CME seminar.
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