Explore areas for a list of potential mentors and their research interests or past project.
- The Center for Aids Research (CFAR) has established the following areas to be of highest priority in its research agenda: cure, immune control and pathogenesis, and non-AIDS complications. Emerging areas include, but are not limited to HIV-associated malignancies, cardiovascular disease, and neuro-AIDS. Here is a list of potential mentors performing CFAR research.
Center for Aids Research
- Here is a list of potential mentors in the field of medicine who are looking for student researchers.
- The Physiology and Biophysics department has faculty who address important translational problems in physiology and biophysics across a broad spectrum of integration—from the level of the atomic structure of molecules, through living cells and organ systems, and up to the whole organism. Here is a list of research mentors.
Physiology & Biophysics
Other sites to explore as possible areas to find potential research mentors.
We have composed a list of other areas to explore from a student peer resource site to a list of Lepow Day projects and several other.
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