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Kansas City One Health Day

In November, groups from around the world are celebrating a collaborative approach to human, animal and environmental health called One Health. Kansas City is celebrating, too. 

'Using Biosensors to Advance One Health'

11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. | Nov. 19

Join Kansas State University BioNexus KCBioKansas, the KU Edwards Campus and Frontiers: University of Kansas Clinical and Translational Science Institute for Kansas City One Health Day. This year's topic is "Using Biosensors to Advance One Health."

 

Learn more and register

 


 

Student Research Presentation

As part of this symposium, students may compete for cash scholarship awards by presenting their research virtually — whether it be from a bench, clinical or literature review experience, with projects from a previous competition allowed.

Although the theme for this year's One Health Day event is Using Biosensors to Advance One Health, any One Health research topic is acceptable. 

Submit an abstract

Interested students should submit a title and abstract of no more than 250 words to Martha Nowak (msnowak@ksu.edu) by 5 p.m. Tuesday Nov. 3, 2020.

Developing a research presentation

After notification of abstract approval, students are required to record their presentation ahead of time, sharing their screen using PowerPoint or Prezi with no more than 10 slides, and describing their project in 10 minutes or less.

Once completed, the viewer link of the cloud recording should be sent to Martha at msnowak@ksu.eduby Monday, Nov. 16, so that it can be posted for the judges' consideration.

Winners announced at the conclusion of the symposium, with all presentation recordings publicly available post-competition on BioNexus KC's website.

Resources for presentation

Whether it's developing a topic or recording your presention, we have you covered. 

How to develop a research topic (via Washington University in St. Louis)

Tips for great posters (via YouTube)


 

How to make a PowerPoint Zoom recording (via YouTube)

 


More about One Health from the One Health Commission

 

What is One Health?

One Health describes the complex interrelationships between human, animal and environmental health.


Scholarship Sponsors

If you're interested in supporting student research and excellence, contact Matt Falk of BioKansas at matt@biokansas.org