April 14, 2014

SLU AT Student Presents MAT Capstone Project at SLU Graduate Research Symposium

Emily Grace (SLU MAT Class of 2014) presented her MAT Capstone Project entitled: "Management of Recurrent Exertional Compartment Syndrome in a Competitive Collegiate Women’s Volleyball Athlete" as a poster at the 2014 GSA Graduate Research Symposium at SLU's Busch Student Center on Friday, April 11, 2014.  She and her classmates will all be making public presentations of their capstone projects on Friday, May 2, 2014 from 8:00 am -12:00 noon in Room 1036 AH on the Medical Center Campus.  For more information about attending MAT Capstone Day contact 314-977-8561 or atep@slu.edu.

SLU AT student Emily Grace with faculty mentor Dr. Anthony Breitbach
The SLU Graduate Student Association's Graduate Research Symposium is held each year during the spring semester. This year's symposium marked it's 20th annual year. This is the second year in a row an AT student presented in the symposium. 2013 MAT graduate Bridget Quirk MAT, ATC presented at last year's event.

Emily Grace and 2013 presenter Bridget Quirk MAT, ATC
The GSA Graduate Research Symposium is an event open to all SLU graduate students. Every department with graduate degree programs is encouraged to participate in this interdisciplinary forum. Each year's paper and poster presentations are divided into categories based on the distribution of the participants. Judges are selected from SLU faculty to represent the variety of disciplines.

Emily Grace making presentation to faculty judges.

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