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LMU Research Day

Research Day 2024

Lincoln Memorial University Research Day 2024 will take place on Friday, April 12, 2024, at the Richard A. Gillespie College of Veterinary Medicine. Faculty, staff, undergraduate, and graduate students in any discipline are invited to participate through oral or poster presentation.

Research Day 2024 Winners

List of winners names

​The eighth annual Lincoln Memorial University Research Day included oral and poster presentations from over one hundred and fifty undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty, and staff. Below are the winners in each of the judged categories. Please join the Office of Research, Grants, and Sponsored programs in congratulating these students!   


Undergraduate Oral Presentation

Joshua Boldon, School of Mathematics and Sciences: Synthesis and Physiochemical Properties of a Trifluoroacetamido Derivative of Acetaminophen


Undergraduate Group Oral Presentation

Stewart Thacker and Christian Piercy, School of Mathematics and Sciences: Overview of Coastal Marine Trophic Diversity and How Trophic Diversity Affects Ecosystem Health


Undergraduate Poster Presentation

Mackenzie Amoureux, School of Business: The Effects of a Multi-Generational Work Force in Today's Society


Undergraduate Group Poster Presentation

Kassidy Miller, Katy Pozzuto, Alex James, and Jantai Malataev, School of Business: Strategic Analysis: JP Morgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM)


Graduate Group Oral Presentation

Erick MobergMariah Bartz, Erinn Conlin, Conor McGrew, Grant Boxey, and John Gassler, DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine: Prevalence of Plaques Discovered in the Spinal Cord Region of Human Anatomical Donors After Completing a Full Laminectomy Procedure


Graduate Poster Presentation

Madison Moyers, Carter and Moyers School of Education: Yoga as Therapeutic Treatment Modality for PTSD and other Trauma Related Disorders


Graduate Group Poster Presentation

Ian Schultheiss, Tyler Cameron, Cody Carr, Conor McGrew, Eric Moberg, and John Gassler, DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine: Efficacy of 3D Printed Models in Anatomic Education

Frequently Asked Questions

  •   When is the due date for abstracts?
    March 15,2024, is the due date for abstract submissions.
  •   How long should abstracts be?
    200 words maximum.
  •   How long should oral presentations be?
    Oral presentations should be no longer than 12 minutes, three (3) minutes will be allowed for questions for a total of 15 minutes per oral presentation.
  •   What size should posters be?
    Posters should be no larger than 36” x 48”. An easel and clips will be provided the day of the event. If you need an LMU-branded template, email for assistance.
  •   When will I be notified if I am selected?
    All presenters will be notified by March 22, 2024. Instructions will be provided at that time on how to upload your digital oral presentation slides or your digital poster file.
  •   When should I submit a digital file of my slides for my oral presentation?
    April 5, 2024.
  •   When should I submit a digital poster file?
    April 5, 2024
  •   What resources can I use to complete my research?
    Please visit the resources provided on this flyer. LMU-branded poster templates can also be requested from Research Day Resources
If you have questions about Research Day, please contact Natalie Sweet, Executive Director, ORGSP, at 423.869.6607 or at