Internal Medicine Research Events
The Forum showcases research projects and accomplishments of residents, research trainees, and faculty. Participants have an opportunity to share research findings, celebrate research achievements, and engage with other members of the department. At the Forum, the Department will recognize and the outstanding achievements of our faculty and trainees.
UC Davis Kidney Research Day
Kidney Research Day is an annual event sponsored by the Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Nephrology at the University of California, Davis Health. This annual event aims to foster and promote research on kidney diseases, as well as, interdisciplinary research between various divisions within the Department of Internal Medicine and outside departments across both Sacramento and Davis campuses. The focus of the 2019 Kidney Research Day will be on "Global and Public Health".
UC Davis Liver Research Day
Liver Research Day is an annual event sponsored by the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology within the Department of Internal Medicine, at the University of California, Davis School of Medicine. This annual event promotes research and fosters collaboration across the UC Davis campus through an interdisciplinary symposium on a selected topic of liver disease.
UC Davis Lung Research Day
Lung Research Day is an annual event sponsored by the Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine at the University of California, Davis Health. This annual event aims to promote research on a selected topic of pulmonary disease and foster interdisciplinary collaboration across the UC Davis campus. The focus of the 2019 Lung Research Day will be “Innate predisposition and environmental triggers of COPD".
UC Davis Heart Research Day
Heart Research Day is a new initiative sponsored by Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine at University of California, Davis, School of Medicine. Our goal is to promote advanced research among residents, fellows and faculty on topics of varying cardiovascular diseases. There will be four sessions including: 1) Preventive cardiology; 2) Cardiac arrhythmias and heart failure; 3) Structural heart disease; and 4) Coronary artery and vascular disease. We plan to foster interdisciplinary collaboration and have invited Dr. Donald Bers, Professor and Chair, Department of Pharmacology as a guest keynote speaker to discuss his research on cardio pharmacology. Our program also includes key speakers in clinical and basic research, Drs. Ezra Amsterdam and Nipavan Chiamvimonvat. Other faculty and fellows will highlight ongoing research in their presentations. We will also have a poster session with competition for top research for our residents and fellows.