Virtual Student Research Day
As you may know, this year the Student Research Day will be held virtually. On April 7th, student talks as well as the keynote address will be held from 1:00 - 4:00pm on ZOOM followed by the Virtual Poster Session from 4:00-5:30PM on Remo, an interactive virtual platform. Please select 'Meeting Details' below to join!
Zoom and Remo links will be available the morning of April 7th. To access both meetings and the PDF abstract book, please select the "Meeting Details" button.
1:00-1:15PM Andrew Brawner College of Graduate Studies
“Monitoring Experience-Dependent Neuronal Maturation during Postnatal Brain Development”
1:15-1:30PM Pearlene Augustin College of Health Professions
“Is There a Disconnect Between Neurologic Physical Therapists’ Confidence in Screening for Sleep Disorders and Use of Standardized Sleep Assessment Tools?”
1:30-1:45PM Robert She College of Medicine
“Propensity Score Analysis of Oncologic Port Infection Risk vs Port Lumen Number”
2:00-2:15PM Michael Miller College of Graduate Studies
“HCMV Upregulates Protein Synthesis to Ensure the Survival of Infected Monocytes”
2:15-2:30PM Raymond Cecora College of Health Professions
“Clinical Evaluation of a Nonsequential Approach to Studying Operant Renewal”
2:30-2:45PM Cameron Bosinski College of Medicine
“The Study of Long QT Syndrome as a Channelopathy”
Erin Bromage, PhD
Department of Biology
"An Unusual Academic’s Life: Be ready for, and open to, Unexpected Opportunities"
4:00-5:30 Poster Session - Remo
What is Remo?
Much like Zoom or WebEx, Remo allows users to video chat and share their screen simultaneously. Unlike Zoom or WebEx, it allows attendees to meet in smaller groups and allows users to navigate and move around more freely than other platforms. Remo resembles a virtual conference with several tables throughout each floor.
Having Trouble Connecting to Remo?
Please visit the Remo Help Center: https://help.remo.co/en/support/solutions/63000148262 for troubleshooting suggestions.
It may also be helpful to use a desktop or laptop versus a cell phone or tablet. If you are having trouble using SUNY Upstate's wireless network, please try and connect to the "Guest" network.