Summer Student Scholar Program Has Accepted 12 Students for Its 2013 Program

June 01, 2013
 

The 10‑week summer program offers the students the opportunity to participate a research project from start to finish and present project outcomes to the scientific community. Students also receive formal classroom training and personalized application in research design, implementation, and publication.

Summer Student Scholar Research Projects

Student/ Institution Faculty Name/Research Project
Erin Amato
UMass Amherst
Katharine O'Connell White, MD, MPH
Rapid Repeat Pregnancy Rates Among Adolescent Mothers: A Cohort Study
Maxine Dudek
UMass Amherst
Richard Arenas, MD
Anti-neoplastics Effects of Rhodiola crenulata on Melanoma
Julie Eccleston
Mount Holyoke College Post-Baccalaureate
Howard Smithline, MD
Flow Mediated Dilation in Patients with Acute Heart Failure: Characterization and Prediction of Clinically Important Outcomes
Benjamin Goldman
UMass Amherst
Howard Smithline, MD
Historical Discrepancies in Patient Reporting of Clinically Relevant Symptoms in a Pediatric Emergency Department
Stephen Grow
St. Lawrenced University
Donald Kirton, MD
Development and Validation of New Simulation Models for Gynecologic Surgery
Phinnara Has
UMass Amherst Masters Program
Paul Visintainer, PhD
Epidemiology and Biostatics Core Research
Kristen Hinchey
Providence College
Tara Lagu, MD, MPH
Survey of UK Hospital Leaders’ Attitudes Towards Online Reviews by Patients
Talia Jackowitz
Davidson College
Tara Lagu, MD, MPH
Survey of UK Hospital Leaders’ Attitudes Towards Online Reviews by Patients
Brendan Prast
College of the Holy Cross
Katharine O'Connell White, MD, MPH
Rapid Repeat Pregnancy Among Women Seeking Pregnancy Termination: A Descriptive Study
Elizabeth Tarbox
Providence College
Linda Canty, MD
Colorectal Cancer Screening
Patrick Tolosky
Bates College
Sarah Goff, MD
Evaluating the Impact of an Enhanced Primary Care Program at a Health Center Serving a Low Income Hispanic Population
Joseph Volk
Boston College
Rachana Singh, MD
Impact of In-utero MAT Exposure and Risk for Developmental Delays in Early Childhood


 
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