On May 5, 23 fourth-year SSOM students presented that research during the Scholarship Pathways Research Symposium poster sessions, the culmination of their years of research during medical school.


Four were selected to make 10-minute podium presentations and received a financial honorarium, while all presenters were given a medallion and framed certificate of completion.


This event is visited by mentors, students, medical school faculty and other medical professionals.


• Nathan Blaseg: “Simulation-based Interprofessional ICU Bedside Rounding Course”


• Maria Ludens: “Digital Initiative to Improve Patient Health Literacy”


• Hanna Wiley: “Kidney Transplant Outcomes in indigenous People of the Northern Great Plains of the United States”


• Lauren Van Hove: “A Cannabinoid Type 2 (CB2) Receptor Agonist Augments NOS-dependent Responses of Cerebral Arterioles During Type 1 Diabetes”