Date and Time of the Event: March 23, 5 – 8 p.m.
Overview of the Symposium
Maryland University of Integrative Health’s Research Symposium is an annual event that highlights the University’s research and scholarship.
The 2018 event will feature:
- A poster session displaying recent research from the MUIH community. Students, faculty, staff and alumni are all eligible to submit abstracts and are chosen to present through a peer-review process
- Presentation from keynote speaker Heather Zwickey, Dean of Studies at National University of Natural Medicine, and Director of their Helfgott Research Institute (bio)
- Presentation from the winner of the University’s Excellence in Research and Scholarship Award
- Awards for student and faculty poster presentations.
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Interested in Presenting a Poster at the Symposium?
The call for abstracts is open through November 6. Click here for more information on how to prepare and submit your abstract.
On March 24, 2017, students, faculty, and staff gathered for the second annual MUIH Research Symposium. Two symposium awards were given and Dr. Michael Tims, Academic Director of Herbal Programs at MUIH, was recognized for winning MUIH’s second annual Excellence in Research and Scholarship Award. Dr. Belinda Anderson, Associate Clinical Professor at Albert Einstein College of Medicine (Einstein, NY) and Academic Dean at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine (PCOM-NY), presented the keynote address, titled “Evidence-Based Medicine and the Chinese Medicine Profession: An Exploration of Attitudes and Beliefs in Relation to Education and Cultural Change.” Read more, download slides, and watch videos here.
Award Winners and Presentations
- Excellence in Research and Scholarship Award: Michael Tims, Ph.D.
- Faculty Research Poster Award: Daryl Nault, M.S.
- Student Research Poster Award: Ronald DeMartin, Marion Bolding, and Abbi Lichtenstein
- Keynote Speaker: Belinda Anderson. Ph.D.
- Research Update: James Snow, M.A.
On March 11, students, faculty, and staff gathered for the annual event. Two symposium awards were given and Dr. Steffany Moonaz was recognized for winning MUIH’s first annual Excellence in Research and Scholarship Award. Dr. Clifton Bingham, Associate Professor of Medicine and Director of the Johns Hopkins Arthritis Center, presented the keynote address and Professor James Snow gave an update on the University’s key research initiatives. Read more here.