Annual awards are presented to recognize the osteopathic dermatology residents’ papers which are judged as the best in this competition.
All papers submitted will be reviewed by the AOCD Resident Research Paper Competition Committee.
An annual award in the amount of $2,000 will be presented to one (1) individual who has demonstrated a commitment to the science of osteopathic principles and practice, an active interest in clinical or basic science research pertaining to osteopathic medicine and manipulative treatment, and outstanding academic achievement and noteworthy accomplishments in research.
He has been a visiting professor and postgraduate lecturer for the University of Arizona College of Medicine Integrative Medicine Fellowship Program in Tucson, Arizona.
The Research Department Tech Transfer Office champions the development of intellectual property by assisting VCOM faculty, staff and students in translating their scientific innovations into tangible products that benefit society.