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    Dear Student researchers,

    We invite you to submit your work to the AAAM Student Symposium and join us at AAAM '19 in Madrid. The Symposium is a great forum for you to present your research to a dynamic group interested in a broad array of traffic safety issues. Travel stipends are available for selected abstracts!

    The Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine (AAAM) is a scientific professional organization devoted entirely to traffic-related injury control. Its multidisciplinary membership represents such diverse backgrounds as medicine, behavioral research, biomechanics, engineering, epidemiology, statistics, education, law, and public policy, and combines clinical, research, academic and administrative backgrounds. The AAAM Scientific Program Committee (SPC) invites abstracts of prospective presentations for the 2019 AAAM Student Research Symposium.

    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 and conference attendees from diverse disciplines. The Student Research Symposium seeks presentations on works in progress, methods papers, and smaller studies. 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. We strongly encourage students to continue to submit completed studies of a scope equivalent to a peer-reviewed journal publication for consideration for presentation at the main conference.

    Full details are available at the link above. We sincerely hope you consider submitting an abstract.

    Scott Gayzik
    Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering
    Wake Forest University School of Medicine