Faculty-Mentored Undergraduate Research
Faculty-mentored undergraduate research is an integral component of the program. Students have the opportunity to play an active role in faculty research.
Participating in faculty mentored research can expose students to the true workings of the scientific method, enhance a student's resume when applying to graduate school, as well as provide students with bench skills that make them great candidates for entry level positions in biomedical research.
To learn more about faculty research programs visit the links below.
Students interested in pursuing laboratory research should contact individual factulty in their areas of interest.
- Dr. Roger Anderson: Reptile Ecology of Animal Behavior
- Dr. Jeff Carroll: Neurobiology of Huntington's Disease
- Dr. Janet Finlay: Neurobiology of Schizophrenia
- Dr. Jeff Grimm: Neurobiology of Drug and Food Addiction
- Dr. Kelly J. Jantzen: Neurophysiology of of Human Perception, Action and Coordination
- Dr. McNeel Jantzen: Neural Mechanisms of Language
- Dr. Mike J. Mana: Neural Substrates of Cognition
- Dr. Jacqueline Rose: Mechanisms of Neuronal Plasticity in Development, Learning & Memory