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1 University of Toronto Research Program Purpose: To provide exposure to and inspire interest in basic or clinical research in digestive and liver disease. Provide guidance and mentorship in basic and applied research. Assist/support/guide you in pursuing an academic career in GI/Liver research

2 The Research Rotation, Project and Outcomes A mandatory component of the GI training program. 3 month block for concentrated research activities. Longitudinal research work (prep and follow-up), case reports, other activities 2 page proposal/report submission due January 7, 2013 (standard format) Include a budget ($1,000 to $1,500 from UT) Project and personal funding (supervisors) PSI, CIHR, CAG, CCFC Must be reviewed by supervisors pre-submission Feedback from Research Committee

3 The Research Rotation, Project and Outcomes Should be of sufficient scholarly merit to be presented at a national or international meeting as poster or oral presentation Requires a manuscript delivered on Research Day (Wed June 12, 2013) Peer-reviewed publication.

4 Supervisors and mentors Identify supervisors/mentors early Faculty member U of Toronto  Co-supervisor permitted Formal mentorship (assigned and unassigned) Have regular meetings, updates Meet with me September, February (on track) and feedback Submit your work! locally (hospital, U of T-DOM, CAG, AGA, ACG etc.)

5 R4 Year Schematic & Key Dates January 7, 2013 – R4 proposals Due – R4 application for funds due April 26, 2013 – Submit abstracts for GI Research Day June 12, 2013 – Wed pm, GI Research Day July 4, 2012 Ja1nuary 7, 2013 Sept 4, 2012 June 12, 2013 Identify Mentor(s) Develop proposal Work on project Present at GI Research Day More info: April 26, 20`13 Proposal due

6 R5 Year Schematic & Key Dates January 7, 2013 – Mid project report due April 26, 2013 – Submit abstracts for GI Research Day June 12, 2013 – Wed, GI Research Day July 4, 2012 Sept 4, 2012 June 12, 2013 Work on project use elective time Present at GI Research Day April 26, 2013 More info: January7, 2013 Report due

7 GI Research: Director- E. Jan Irvine Research Committee Res. Awards Committee Dr. Cliff Ottaway

8 Research Committee Adult, pediatric, basic and clinical scientists Faculty ensure high quality research in training programme Provide feedback on your progress:-proposal January (PGY4), progress report (PGY5) and April abstract review Awards for best presentations at Research Day

9 Research Awards Committee KN Jeejeebhoy Award: PGY5 excels in Education, research and clinical care LJ Cole Award: Excellence in education Intramural awards: quality care and education Prizes for research presentations

10 Research Day Wed June 12, 2013 Keynote speaker, resident luncheon Oral presentations Poster presentations Awards Presentations and dinner

11 Important Meeting Dates: CDDW (CAG): Victoria BC. Mar1-4, 2013 (GRIT Feb 26- Mar1) Abstract deadline: Oct 15, DDW (AGA): Orlando, Fla. May 17-24, 2013 Abstract deadline: Dec 1, U of T GI Research Day: Wed June 12, Abstract deadline: April 26, 2013 Hepatology Research Retreat: Sept 21-23, 2013, Kingbridge, King City: trainees should attend and participate. San Diego CA. Oct 11-16, ACG: Las Vegas, NV. Oct 19-24, Abstract deadline: June 17, 2013

12 Website click on research Guidelines Forms Contact me if questions/concerns:


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