If you’re interested in research but don’t know where to begin, you can get some ideas by checking these tools and sites:
- Browse past student projects to see mentors, research programs and project titles from recent years.
- Explore possible faculty mentors and areas of research on the Division of Biology and Biological Sciences (DBBS) website, which describes the division’s doctoral programs in a dozen scientific areas and includes a list of division faculty.
- Check each academic department’s website to see faculty work and interests.
- Browse faculty research profiles and basic science labs.
And remember: Thousands of faculty members are available to mentor you, but not all are included on these websites and lists. Dean Chung can point out PIs and projects that you may not otherwise find, so if you haven’t already, contact us to schedule a meeting with Dean Chung.
Explore each department’s website to learn about some of the current research projects and areas of emphasis at the School of Medicine:
- Anatomy & Neurobiology
- Biochemistry & Molecular Biophysics
- Cell Biology & Physiology
- Developmental Biology
- Molecular Microbiology
- Neurological Surgery
- Obstetrics & Gynecology
- Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences
- Orthopaedic Surgery
- Pathology & Immunology
- Radiation Oncology
- Radiology/Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology
Meet with Dean Chung to review research opportunities and discuss the best match for your goals, schedule and interests.