Student Information
Student Application Deadline:
5:00pm, Mon., April 24, 2017
Note:  all students accepted must attend the SSRP Kick-off on Fri., June 2, 2017
Program Start date: Mon., June 5, 2017Poster Symposium: Weds., July 26, 2017

2017 APPROVED RESEARCH PROJECTS
2017 SSRP Student Application

 

REVISED APPLICATION PROCESS AS FOLLOWS:

 

EVALUATION CRITERIA:

This is a competitive program with a limited number of stipend funded projects. Students are required to complete an application, attach a copy current CV and include a brief statement indicating any prior research experience and state how it relates to the current project.  Completed applications should be submitted to Ms. Giovanna Comer, Research Office, MSB, C690, Newark.  The documents will be forwarded to the Faculty Mentor for review. If the student has met the qualifications for the project he/she will be contacted by the Faculty Mentor to schedule an interview. This process could take 2-3 weeks for completion. Students are encourage to call or email Faculty Mentor if they have any questions relating to current projects.

NOTE:   Stipend support is available for a limited number of research projects. Stipend support is also reserved for 1st and 2nd year medical students.. Undergraduate students in the combined BS/MD program may participate as a volunteer or thru work-study while fulfilling their credit requirements.

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS:

  • All students participating are required to take Laboratory/Biological/BBP Safety Training.  Dr. Jessica McCormick, Senior Biosafety Office at the Office of Rutgers Environmental Health & Safety will advise on training requirements Rutgers Environmental Health & Safety Office
  • All students are required to submit an abstract summarizing their research and present their abstract/poster during the SSRP Poster Symposium. Please use link to access last year's report of accomplishments: 2015 Annual Report of Accomplishments

  • Students must be in good academic standing to participate. 
  • Projects are to be carried out during an eight-week period in which the students must not have any other academic activities. Students cannot participate in this program while performing another full-time program sponsored by the New Jersey Medical School.

 

NJMS RESEARCH-SSRP STIPEND FUNDED PROJECTS

2017 SSRP STIPENDS ARE FUNDED AT $1,400 PER STUDENT

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A.M. Barrett, MD Physical Medicine Using optical prisms to improve visuospatial function after right brain stroke: effects on motor and executive function Clinical

 

Ping-Hsin Chen, PhD Family Medicine A domestic violence intervention program for women and children Clinical

 

Robert Jyung, MD ENT-Otolaryngology Head/Neck Surgery Image analysis of epithelial migration of the tympanic membrane and ear canal Lab

 

Robert Ledeen, PhD Neurosciences Study of Gangliosides Lab

 

James Liu, MD Neurological Surgery Surgical outcomes after endoscopic endonasal skull base surgery in the pediatric population Clinical
  James Liu, MD Neurological Surgery Microscopic vs. endoscopic resection of tuberculum sellae meningiomas Clinical
  James Liu, MD Neurological Surgery Outcomes after microsurgical resection of sphenoid wing meningiomas Clinical

 

Sheldon Lin, MD Orthopaedic Effect of Bone Marrow Lab

 

Aziz Merchant, MD Surgery Surgical outcomes analysis using large administrative datasets: The national inpatient sample and national surgical quality improvement program Clinical

 

Sue Ming, MD, PhD Neuroscience Does ability to maintain vigilance improve after sleep apnea treatment? Clinical

 

Yongkyu Park, PhD Cell Biology Regulation of longevity by Imd and Loco-Rpd3 signaling pathways Lab

 

Melissa Rogers, PhD Biochemistry The impact of Bmp2 regulation on development and pathological soft tissue calcification Lab

 

Chaoyang Xue, PhD Microbiology Mechanism of candin drug resistance in yeast pathogen cryptococcus neoformans Lab

 

Stanley Weiss, MD Medicine Community-based research on chronic diseases and cancer in Essex and Passaic Counties, NJ Epidemiologic
  Stanley Weiss, MD Medicine Studies of drug users and related groups Clinical/Lab
  Daniel Rosenblum, PhD Medicine Colorectal cancer screening issues Clinical
  Joseph Benevenia, MD Orthopaedics Considerations for treatment of metastatic disease with cemented osteosynthesis vs. endoprosthetic reconstruction: weighing the options Clinical
  Kathleen Beebe, MD Orthopaedics Predicting short-term complication risk in patients treated with radical resectin of musculoskeletal disease Clinical
  J. Christopher Fritton Orthopaedics The effects of bisphosphonate treatment on bone formation and maintenance Lab
  Mariana De Lorenzo, PhD Cell Biology Role of fibrobalst growth factor 21 (FGF21) in tumor microenvironment Lab
  Walther Zahorodny, PhD Pediatrics Characterizing the diagnostic and evaluative process of children with ASD Other

 

 

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