2023 Virtual Poster Summit Awards
During the poster session, participants were encouraged to rank the posters, followed by a period of voting where competing posters were made available online for those who weren’t able to attend the summit in-person. Three posters were voted best in their respective categories: “An Indoor Air Quality Pilot Project: Comparing Pre and Post Renovation Levels of PM 2.5 and Radon in Salt Lake City Homes,” submitted by Chandler Cottam of the Occupational and Environmental Health Division, won best Master’s candidate-level poster. “Process Evaluation of a Hypertension Disparities Dashboard,” submitted by Emmanuel Adediran of the Public Health Division, won best PhD-candidate level poster. And Olanrewaju Onigbogi, MD, MPH, submitter of the poster “Association Between Psychosocial Factors and Co-morbid Heavy Cigarette Smoking and Alcohol Use in a Homeless Population,” won the award for best MD/Post-doc level poster.
Best Masters Level Poster:
“An Indoor Air Quality Pilot Project: Comparing Pre and Post Renovation Levels pf PM2.5 and Radon in Salt Lake County Homes”
Best PhD Level Poster:
“Process Evaluation Concept of a Hypertension Disparities Dashboard”
Best Resident / Post-doc Level Poster:
“Association between psychosocial factors and co-morbid heavy cigarette smoking and alcohol use in a homeless population”