MSSNY 16th Annual Poster Symposium

MSSNY Medical Students and Resident/Fellow members are invited to submit abstracts that will be considered for the poster presentation at this year’s House of Delegates. Deadline for abstract submission: 4 pm, Monday, January 16, 2023.

Please note that medical student membership requires enrollment in an LCME or COCA-accredited school. However, non-LCME/COCA students doing rotations in New York hospitals may participate without membership. Click here for more details.




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