Saint Louis University Athletic Training Student Bridget Quirk (MAT Class of 2013) presented a poster at the Graduate Research Symposium. The title of her poster was: "Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome In A Division I Collegiate Soccer Player: A Case Report". Dr. Kitty Newsham and Dr. Bill Siler served as her mentors on the project.
Hosted by the Graduate Student Association, the annual Graduate Research Symposium is held each year during the spring semester. This year's symposium was held on Friday, April 26, 2013, in the BSC Multipurpose Rooms 170-173.
|Bridget Quirk (SLU MAT Class of 2013) with Dr. Kitty Newsham at the Graduate Research Symposium.|
The GSA Research Symposium is an event open to all SLU graduate students and every department with graduate degree programs was encouraged to participate in this interdisciplinary forum. Paper and poster presentations were divided into categories based on the distribution of the participants. Judges were selected from SLU faculty to represent the variety of disciplines. Monetary awards are available for the first, second, and third place papers and posters in each category.