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CANCELLED: The 16th Annual Lewis Landsberg Research Day

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2020 Announcements

  • We regret to announce that the 16th Annual Lewis Landsberg Research Day has been CANCELLED. Over the past few months, we have continued to monitor the evolving situation of the COVID-19 pandemic. Although certain restrictions around group gatherings have been lifted, we now know that we will still be unable to host events of this scale on the medical school and hospital campus by September 29, 2020, which was the planned date of reschedule.

    This decision was made after much deliberation and with the safety of our Northwestern community in mind. We recognize how important this event is to so many and hope to explore other opportunities that will allow for the sharing of research among colleagues.

    Please note that next year's Research Day is scheduled for Friday, October 1, 2021.

    We sincerely apologize to those who submitted abstracts for this year's event as well as to our volunteer judges. We truly appreciate your effort and time spent and hope most of you will be able to participate in next year's event.


    To learn more about how the University is responding to the coronavirus, please visit this resource page.

 

About Lewis Landsberg Research Day

The Annual Lewis Landsberg Research Day is a campus-wide event to promote faculty and trainee development through the sharing of exciting research and conversation with colleagues. Junior faculty are especially encouraged to submit abstracts and to network and exchange ideas with Feinberg faculty. Research Day also provides an opportunity to learn about the Research Cores and the full spectrum of support they provide for clinical and basic science research.

Take a Look Back at Research Day 2019

Read about the event and the winning posters.

Abstracts

Browse abstracts here.

See lists of all previous poster session winners (2008 to 2019).  

Contact Us

Have a question? Contact the Research Office.