Poster Presentation Finalists



The annual Trainee Poster Presentation was held on Thursday, June 22, 2017. This moderated poster session provides the research community with an opportunity to showcase the outstanding work undertaken by our trainees and to recognize their significant contributions to the research endeavours at BC Children's Hospital.

Congratulations to the following 2017 Trainee Poster Presentation finalists. For a complete list of participants and projects view the 2017 Abstract Booklet.

Poster Session #1, Masters Students

Ryan KopstickTipper Research Team. The dynamic social brain

Poster Session #2: Masters Students

Giulia Del Gobbo, Robinson Research Team. A method for estimating ancestry as a continuous variable for genetic or epigenetic studies

Poster Session #3: Doctoral Students

Michelle Chakraborti, Collet Research Team. The development of social networks among families attending physical activity programs for children with neurodevelopmental disabilities: An opportunity to strengthen families and enhance childcare

Poster Session #4: Doctoral Students

Samantha Wilson, Robinson Research Team. Utility and reproducibility of DNA methylation profiling in preeclampsia and intrauterine growth restriction placentas

Poster Session #5: Doctoral Students

Kayleigh Campbell, Oberlander Research Team. In utero SSRI antidepressant exposure and maternal depression predict corpus callosum microstructure in term-born neonates

Poster Session #6: Doctoral Students

Desiree Wilson, Pike & Brussoni Research Teams. Engaging children in examining neighbourhood play-friendliness: A participatory research project using visual methods

Poster Session #7: Postdoctoral Fellows & Subspeciality Residents or Fellows

Dr. Fern Jaspers-Fayer, Stewart Research Team.The influence of symptom provocation on executive function in pediatric obsessive-compulsive disorder

Poster Session #8: Postdoctoral Fellows & Subspeciality Residents or Fellows

Dr. Emily Schaeffer, Mulpuri Research Team. The need for further corrective surgery in Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip: Surgical decision-making and practice variability