NARRTC completed the review of poster submissions by students (PhD students and Post-Doctoral Fellows) working on NIDILRR-funded grants to present at the 39th Annual NARRTC Conference, April 6 & 7, 2017 at the Hilton Old Town Alexandria.
Accepted poster submissions will be presented during the Poster Session & Networking Event at the Conference. Author(s) must be present with their poster during the Poster Session.
Students must be lead author on the submission to be considered for the award. All students receive a reduced Conference registration rate (Further information about the Conference is available here http://narrtc.org/conferences.php.
A panel of judges will review student poster submissions, and the winner will be announced during the Awards Ceremony at the Conference. The winner will receive a $250 honorarium.
Elizabeth G. Wood, PhD Candidate, Washington State University- “Insurance Instability and Usual Source of Care for People with Disabilities”
Eric Lauer, PhD Candidate, University of New Hampshire - “Changes in Health Insurance Coverage for Minority Populations with Disabilities in the United States from 2009-2015”