Summer Research in Biomedical Sciences:
This program is available to both undergraduate and osteopathic medical students who are interested in devoting their time during June and July to a hands on research experience in the biomedical research laboratories.
Interested students should contact any of the MU-COM investigators to obtain a research mentor. Laboratory space is limited so inquiries should be made prior to March 1 each year.
Graduate Research in the Biomedical Sciences:
Mentored laboratory research is a required part of students enrolled in the Biomedical Sciences Master’s program. The Master’s Program is described elsewhere. Students may begin research after successful completion of the first didactic year of the program.
Clinical and Translational Research:
Various clinical faculty at MU-COM and interested clinicians at partnering hospitals provide opportunities for medical student participation in human subjects research.