PCOM designs research experiences for medical and graduate students to stimulate the imagination, gain knowledge and instill commitment to evidence based practices.
PCOM investigators are committed to training students in research methodologies and honing their communication skills. In turn, students contribute to formulation of hypotheses, data collection and sharing of information in a collegial atmosphere within the laboratory, patient care center or clinical research facility.
There are numerous opportunities for medical and graduate students at PCOM, PCOM Georgia and PCOM South Georgia to get involved with PCOM research projects.
If you are an principal investigator offering a student research opportunity, please complete our research opportunities Google form or contact Jacquelyn White, PCOM Division of Research office manager, at email@example.com.
The All of Us Research Program will provide research opportunities for PCOM medical students, graduate students and faculty members.
Myo/Nog cells, which were originally discovered at PCOM, may have therapeutic effects for those with eye diseases and blindness.
Virtual research week showcases the ongoing research of students, faculty and staff from PCOM's three locations.
Horuzsko's research focuses on creating mouse models tailored to patients' immune systems for optimized donor selection in organ transplants.
The biomedical sciences student investigates proteins and genes that affect infants born with congenital heart defects.
Second year student worked to explore how healthcare practices can be supplemented by telehealth technology.
Prakshal Jain's curiosity to learn about the human brain led him to spend two years as a student researcher in a neurobiology lab.