There are various research opportunities available during your medical education.
Students, residents, and fellows may work with COM Faculty on ongoing research programs at any time.
A structured research program for medical students during the summer of their M1 year.
A 4-year curriculum and enrichment program for medical students to make a sustained commitment to research including education and mentored research.
Students, residents, and fellows may be mentored by FAU faculty or affiliate faculty outside of an established program.
Other projects conducted at external academic institutions or non-FAU affiliated hospitals.
Thesis and non-thesis track students have the opportunity to participate in biomedical science research.
The Office of Undergraduate Research and Inquiry (OURI) serves as a centralized support office for students and faculty who are engaged in undergraduate research and inquiry. Students actively participating in faculty-mentored research are encouraged to register for Directed Independent Research (DIR)
Become familiar with authorship guidelines and review frequent research questions.