Research Day Award Winners 2023

June 27, 2023

Research Day, hosted annually by GME Research & Scholarly Activity, gives residents and fellows the opportunity to present their completed research project posters to faculty and staff and have them scored by a panel of judges. It is the culmination of an entire academic year’s worth of scholarly activity and designed to celebrate research excellence within GME.

Over the past academic year, GME Research & Scholarly Activity has supported over 75 completed projects (with another 100 ongoing), run over 30 workshops and seminars, supported eight months of research electives, and processed over a million data points!

We’re pleased to announce the winners of the 2023 Research Day poster competition below! Congratulations to all our dedicated residents, fellows and faculty.

Case Report Category Award

Awarded to the case report authors receiving the highest scores in this category from the judging panel. The evaluation criteria focused on articulating a clinical case within the context of the current academic journals and guidelines.

Winning case report:

Examining the relationship between inpatient group therapy as a behavioral tool and the resolution of primary delusional hallucinations in a 42-year-old schizophrenic patient.

Case report author: Amanda Hendricks, DO – Psychiatry

Faculty mentors:

Oliver Glass, MD

Kalpana Prasad, MD

Louise Jones, PhD, MEd

Research Category Award

Awarded to the research team receiving the highest scores in this category from the judging panel.

The evaluation criteria for this category were rigorous, requiring a comprehensive presentation and defense of the problem to a discussion of findings.

Winning research project:  

A retrospective evaluation of PrEP administration rates in PrEP-indicated, at-risk individuals in Gainesville, GA.

Resident investigators:

Shany Freund, MD – Family Medicine

Harmandeep Gill, MD – Family Medicine

Faculty sponsor:

Amy Bailey, MD, FAAFP

Watch the below video to hear some of our residents’ take on Research Day!