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Scholary Presentations

2024

NATIONAL

(Upcoming, March 22-25) – American Association for Anatomy: Anatomy Connected, Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada

  • Poster Presentation: Walker, A.N., Huynh, P., Rarey, K.E., Adams, N. Can We Predict Your Performance? Exploring Relationships Between Pre-Matriculation Data and Gross Anatomy Performance.
  • Poster Presentation: Adams, N., Walker, A. N., Nassour, I., & Nonabur, V.  Rare Quadfurcation of the Celiac Trunk.
  • Poster Presentation: Dunn, I. B.,Weitzel, S., Snyder, D., Griffin, I., Downey, D., Sarmiento, I., Rarey, K. E. A Novel Digital Flashcard Tool: Exploring Students’ Perceptions.
  • Oral Presentation: Collins, B. R., Walker, A. N., Huynh, P. B., Adams, A., Topping, D. B., Nonabur, V., & Rarey, K. E.  Relationship Between Anatomy Self-Efficacy and Clinical Clerkship Anatomy Workshops.
  • Oral Presentation: Walker, A.N., Collins, B. R., Topping, D., Nonabur, V., & Rarey, K. E. Reigniting the Sparks of Anatomy: Implementing Anatomy Workshops During Clerkship Rotations.

STATE

February 2024 – University of Florida College of Medicine Research Day: Gainesville, FL

  • Poster Presentation: Walker, A.N., Huynh, P., Rarey, K.E., Adams, N. Can We Predict Your Performance? Exploring Relationships Between Pre-Matriculation Data and Gross Anatomy Performance.
  • Oral Presentation: Collins, B. R. AnatomyGPT…A Customized Artificial Intelligence Tool for Anatomy Education.
  • Oral Presentation: Walker, A. N., Collins, B. R., Topping, D. B., Nonabur, V., & Rarey, K. E. Extending the Threads of Anatomy: Vertical Integration of Gross Anatomy into Clinical Clerkships.

2023

NATIONAL

March 2023 – American Association for Anatomy: Anatomy Connected, Annual Conference, Washington, DC.

  • Poster Presentation: Walker, A.N., Pringle, R., Rarey K.E., Nonabur N., Topping, D.T., Zhu, J. Low-Stakes Quizzing (LSQ) in Medical Gross Anatomy: Exploring student perceptions of student-created lab quizzes in first-year medical student gross anatomy course.
  • Poster Presentation: Adams, N., Rarey K.E., Nonabur N., Topping, D.T., Zhu, J., Walker, A.N. Journal Club with a Twist: A novel approach to journal club in the Anatomical Sciences.

STATE

November 2023 – Florida Education Research Conference, Daytona Beach, FL

  • Poster Presentation: Walker, A.N., Huynh, P., Rarey, K.E., Adams, N. Can We Predict Your Performance? Exploring Relationships Between Pre-Matriculation Data and Gross Anatomy Performance.
  • Poster Presentation: Adams, N., Walker, A.N. A Novel Perspective on Research Rotations: Bridging the College of Medicine and the College of Education.
  • Poster Presentation: Dunn, I.B., Rarey, K.E., Weitzel, S. Exploring the Implementation of Digital Anatomy Flashcards on Student Perceptions in Gross Anatomy.

April 2023 – University of Florida College of Education Research Symposium, Gainesville, FL

  • Poster Presentation: Walker, A.N., Pringle, R., Rarey K.E., Nonabur N., Topping, D.T., Zhu, J. Low-Stakes Quizzing (LSQ) in Medical Gross Anatomy: Exploring student perceptions of student-created lab quizzes in first-year medical student gross anatomy course.
  • Poster Presentation: Adams, N., Rarey K.E., Nonabur N., Topping, D.T., Zhu, J., Walker, A.N. Journal Club with a Twist: A novel approach to journal club in the Anatomical Sciences.
  • Oral Presentation: Adams, N., & Collins, B. R. Citation Framework for Large Blocks of Text Generated by ChatGPT.
  • Honorable Mention: Adams, N., Walker, A.N. A Novel Perspective on Research Rotations: Bridging the College of Medicine and the College of Education.

February 2023 – University of Florida College of Medicine Research Day: Gainesville, FL

  • Poster Presentation: Adams, N., Rarey K.E., Nonabur N., Topping, D.T., Zhu, J., Walker, A.N. Journal Club with a Twist: A novel approach to journal club in the Anatomical Sciences.
  • Poster Presentation: Walker, A.N., Pringle, R., Rarey K.E., Nonabur N., Topping, D.T., Zhu, J. Low-Stakes Quizzing (LSQ) in Medical Gross Anatomy: Exploring student perceptions of student-created lab quizzes in first-year medical student gross anatomy course.