Abstracts are invited for the 2010 AAAM Student Research Symposium to be
held October 17, 2010 in Las Vegas. The deadline for submission to the
Student Symposium is May 1, 2010. All current undergraduate, graduate,
and medical students are eligible to submit abstracts. Abstracts are
sought in all areas of traffic related injury prevention and control
including automotive medicine, behavioral research science,
biomechanics, engineering, epidemiology, statistics, education, law, and
public policy. The goal of the symposium is to give students early in
their careers the opportunity to present talks on work in progress to an
experienced research audience composed of AAAM members from diverse

The Student Research Symposium will be held on Sunday, October 17, as
part of AAAM’s 54th Annual Scientific Conference to be held October
17-20, 2010 in Las Vegas, Nevada, at the Vdara Resort Hotel (a
non-gaming, non-smoking property).

The presenter of all abstracts selected for presentation at the Student
Symposium will have the registration fee to the main conference waived
and will receive a travel stipend of $500 to attend the conference.

More information and the abstract template are available on the AAAM
Student Research Symposium website at

Carolyn Hampton
Graduate Research Assistant
Virginia Tech - Center for Injury Biomechanics
440 ICTAS, Stanger Street (MC 0194)
Blacksburg, VA 24061
Email: champton@vt.edu