Graduate research is designed to enhance student learning and develop graduates who are highly competent academicians, researchers, critical thinkers and lifelong learners.
Through hands-on extensive laboratory and literature training, graduates learn the various aspects of biomedical and pharmaceutical research. Graduates become ethical, socially responsible, and culturally sensitive professionals well versed in research procedures.
The research efforts undertaken by graduate students provides the foundation for graduates to achieve proficiency as they advance in their careers. Research faculty provides support to enhance effective learning in clinical, laboratory, classroom, and field settings and prepares students to become future academicians and researchers.
College of Graduate Studies Seminar Series
Managing Pain Using Non-Opioid Prescriptions Following Dental Surgery in the United States
Derek Burgoyne, MS in Biomedical Sciences Student
Exploring Hyperosmotic Stress in C. Elegans and Involvement of G Protein Coupled Receptor Kinases
Angelica Eagle, MS in Biomedical Sciences Student
Comparison of the Effectiveness of Sodium Diamine Fluoride and Sodium Fluoride in Arresting Caries Through a Statistical Analysis
Elana Ferris, MS in Biomedical Sciences Student