Research Appreciation Day Programs and Abstract Books

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RAD is an institutional tradition encompassing medicine, public health and basic science. The program provides an opportunity for students, faculty and staff to share their research efforts with the campus community and the public. The program encourages the development of joint research projects and increases the community's awareness of the outstanding quality and range of research conducted at UNT Health Science Center.

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    29th Annual Research Appreciation Day Abstract Book
    (2022-03-25) University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth
    Abstracts submitted for the twenty-ninth annual Research Appreciation Day. RAD 2022 was the second all-virtual RAD. Participants submitted an abstract, poster and video so that judging could be done virtually. There was no keynote speaker. In total, 326 abstracts were submitted.
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    28th Annual Research Appreciation Day Abstract Book
    (2021-03-26) University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth
    Abstracts, award winners, and sponsor information for the twenty-eighth annual Research Appreciation Day. RAD 2021 was the first all-virtual RAD due to ongoing restrictions related to COVID 19. Participants submitted an abstract, poster, and video this year so that judging could be done virtually. There was no keynote speaker. In total, 278 abstracts were submitted.
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    First Annual Research Appreciation Program (RAP) Abstract Book
    (1993-03-22) Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine
    Abstracts from the first annual Research Appreciation Program (RAP) in 1993. There were 102 abstracts presented. RAP would be renamed to Research Appreciation Day (RAD) in 1994.
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    24th Annual Research Appreciation Day Abstract Book
    (2016-04-15) University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth
    Abstracts from the twenty-fourth annual Research Appreciation Day in 2016. There were 260 abstracts presented.
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    26th Annual Research Appreciation Day Abstract Book
    (2018-04-06) University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth
    Abstracts from the twenty-sixth annual Research Appreciation Day in 2018. There were 259 abstracts presented.
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    27th Annual Research Appreciation Day Abstract Book
    (2019-03-29) University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth
    Abstracts from the twenty-seventh annual Research Appreciation Day in 2019. There were 303 abstracts presented.
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    25th Annual Research Appreciation Day Abstract Book
    (2017-04-07) University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth
    Abstracts from the twenty-fifth annual Research Appreciation Day in 2017. There were 270 abstracts presented.
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    22nd Annual Research Appreciation Day Abstract Book
    (2014-03-21) University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth
    Abstracts from the twenty-second annual Research Appreciation Day in 2014. There were 211 abstracts presented.
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    21st Annual Research Appreciation Day Program and Abstract Book
    (2013-04-12) University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth
    Abstracts, agenda, and keynote speaker information from the twenty-first annual Research Appreciation Day in 2013. The keynote speaker was Stanley B. Prusiner. Dr. Prusiner's presentation was titled "Prions, Frontotemporal Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease." There were 248 abstracts presented.
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    23rd Annual Research Appreciation Day Abstract Book
    (2015-04-17) University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth
    Abstracts from the twenty-third annual Research Appreciation Day in 2015. There were 249 abstracts presented.
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    Twentieth Annual Research Appreciation Day Program and Abstract Book
    (2012-04-13) University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth
    Abstracts, agenda, and keynote speaker information from the twentieth annual Research Appreciation Day in 2012. The keynote speaker was Elizabeth J. Protas. Dr. Protas's presentation was titled "Parkinson's Disease and Exercise - Let Me Count the Ways." There were 228 abstracts presented.
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    Nineteenth Annual Research Appreciation Day Program and Abstract Book
    (2011-04-01) University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth
    Abstracts, agenda, and keynote speaker information from the nineteenth annual Research Appreciation Day in 2011. The keynote speaker was Virend K. Somers. Dr. Somers's presentation was titled "Sleep Apnea and Cardiovascular Disease - Evidence, Mechanisms and Clinical Implications." There were 216 abstracts presented.
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    Sixteenth Annual Research Appreciation Day Program and Abstract Book
    (2008-03-28) University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth
    Abstracts, agenda, and keynote speaker information from the sixteenth annual Research Appreciation Day in 2008. The keynote speaker was Bruce Budowle. There were 193 abstracts presented.
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    Eighteenth Annual Research Appreciation Day Program and Abstract Book
    (2010-04-23) University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth
    Abstracts, agenda, and keynote speaker information from the eighteenth annual Research Appreciation Day in 2010. The keynote speaker was Brian Smedley. Dr. Smedley's presentation was titled "Building Stronger Communities for Better Health : Moving from Science to Policy to Practice." There were 203 abstracts presented.
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    Seventeenth Annual Research Appreciation Day Program and Abstract Book
    (2009-03-06) University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth
    Abstracts, agenda, and keynote speaker information from the seventeenth annual Research Appreciation Day in 2009. The keynote speaker was Josephine P. Briggs. There were 183 abstracts presented.
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    Fourteenth Annual Research Appreciation Day Program and Abstract Book
    (2006-04-07) University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth
    Abstracts, agenda, and keynote speaker information from the fourteenth annual Research Appreciation Day in 2006. The keynote speaker was Julian F. R. Paton. Dr. Paton's presentation was titled "High blood pressure: is it caused by vascular inflammation in the brainstem?" There were 182 abstracts presented.
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    Thirteenth Annual Research Appreciation Day Program and Abstract Book
    (2005-04-08) University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth
    Abstracts, agenda, and keynote speaker information from the thirteenth annual Research Appreciation Day in 2005. The keynote speaker was Shan S. Wong. Dr. Wong's presentation was titled "NIH/NCCAM Five-Year Strategic Plan and Its Relevance to Osteopathic Medicine." There were 183 abstracts presented.
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    Fifteenth Annual Research Appreciation Day Program and Abstract Book
    (2007-04-06) University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth
    Abstracts, agenda, and keynote speaker information from the fifteenth annual Research Appreciation Day in 2007. The keynote speaker was Johnathan David Tune. Dr. Tune's presentation was titled "Heart of the Matter: Coronary Dysfunction in Obesity and Insulin." There were 186 abstracts presented.
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    12th Annual Research Appreciation Day Program and Abstract Book
    (2004-04-02) University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth
    Abstracts, agenda, and keynote speaker information from the twelfth annual Research Appreciation Day in 2004. The keynote speaker was David I. Kaufman. His presentation was titled "Clinical Research: A View from the Trenches." There were 154 abstracts presented.
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    Research Appreciation Day 2003 Abstract Book
    (2003-04-03) University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth
    Abstracts, agenda, and keynote speaker information from the eleventh annual Research Appreciation Day in 2003. The keynote speaker was Lawrence W. Green. His presentation was titled "Lessons from the Greatest Public Health Achievements of the 20th Century and Emerging Problems of the 21st." There were 150 abstracts presented.