SHRP’s leading researchers earn top awards
The top research projects in the School of Health Related Professions were recognized at the conclusion of the annual SHRP Research Day event April 25 in the Norman C. Nelson Student Union.
More than 300 students in SHRP programs competed for the school's Research Affairs Committee Research Student Awards for 2013-14 in seven different categories. Winners included:
* Iesha Bridges, Madison Gartman, McKenzie Lott, Courtney Shankle and Mallory Smith, who received first place in the Outstanding Health Awareness Award category;
* Amanda Brewer and Brooke Tackett, who received first place in the Outstanding Clinic Table Award category;
*Jessica Sikes and Ally Deaton, who tied with Chakiras S. Alexander for first place in the Outstanding Clinical Diagnostics Award category;
* Gerri Wilson, who received first place in the Outstanding Clinical Health Sciences Graduate Award category;
*Douglas Hohman, Dorothea Waltz, Sarah Kirby, William Langley, George Stuart and Kellye Reeves, who tied with Matthew Armstrong, Christopher Jackson, Spencer Johnson, John Robinson, Heather Suber and Zhang Liping for first place in the Outstanding Patient Rehabilitation Award category;
* Courtland Brown, who received first place in the Outstanding Base Pair Award category; and
* Joe Duff, who received first place in the Medical/Resident Research/Fellow Outstanding Award category.