Applications are invited from students which are enrolled in either the Supervised Research in Biology (Biology 4050) or Biotech Internship (Biology 4550) taught by Dr. Tapprich at the University of Nebraska at Omaha campus. Chosen applicants will spend a minimum of 240 hours working on various research projects in the Department of Emergency Medicine. If you are a medical student (M1 or M2) and are interested in being part of this program, please contact the program coordinator for information regarding enrollment.
The Department of Emergency Medicine has research projects that cover a broad range of topics. Areas of studies range from basic research into the mechanisms of human diseases, to clinical investigations evaluating various aspects of treatments. Students will interact with faculty members and researchers in the laboratory or clinical setting throughout the project. Students are selected for these competitive positions by the Department on the basis of academic achievement, motivation, mutual interest in research areas and availability.
- Academic Activity Reports
- Academic Research Internship
Dr. T. Paul Tran
UNO Program Director
Dr. William Tapprich
UNMC Program Coordinator
Questions regarding the program should be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org