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Goodrich wins first place at Tech Forum

June 10, 2014
Posted In: KCOM, Student Headlines

Andrew Goodrich, OMS III, the Hollister-Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine clinical research fellow for 2013-14, participated in the Hollister Incorporated Tech Forum at the home office in Libertyville, Ill. There were 35 internal posters from Hollister personnel, five of which were live presentations. Goodrich received first place for his presentation and demonstration.

Goodrich has an engineering background and an interest in research. He spent the last year conducting research on human subjects with Hollister Incorporated, and hopes to continue researching as a physician.

2 responses to “Goodrich wins first place at Tech Forum”

  1. Melissa M says:

    Stellar presentation at this year’s Tech Forum. Well deserved!

  2. Ginger Salvadalena says:

    Congratulations Andrew! Your demonstration was an excellent way to communicate the study methodology, results and implications of your findings.

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