Ultrasound is an emerging teaching tool in the undergraduate medical education to facilitate pre-clinical teaching on anatomy and physiology, and adjunct in clinical skills training. The integration of ultrasonography into undergraduate medical education has been met by constraints in limited curricular time, expensive equipment and cost of having a large number of trained faculty members to conduct such activity.. This TDG application will aim at delivering an e-learning platform on learning different aspect of ultrasonography, from the basis of physics to improving the understanding of human anatomy and integration of ultrasonography in clinical management. The e-learning through ultrasonography will supplement the current curriculum, from an early stage through to the later clinical years of MBBS; so as to make more efficient use of the time during hands-on ultrasound workshop and engaging in active learning in various levels of undergraduate medical education.. ...
If your dream is to have an influence on Canadas health care as a physician, the costs should not limit your dreams. While the pursuit of an MD degree does not come inexpensively, there are many options available to you to help defray the costs of your undergraduate medical education.. A sample outline of costs that might be incurred across the 4 years of your Undergraduate Medical Degree (as of August 2016) is shown below. Please note this table is to assist with your personal budgeting and is not a legal document, nor does it represent that actual tuition that will be charged by the University. Tuition has been calculated based on an average of historical trends and is for reference only. For information on scholarships, awards, and bursaries offered by Western University please visit the Office of the Registrar webpage.. If you are already a Schulich MD Program student and wish to see more information about your 2016-2017 tuition and fees, you can do so by visiting the Office of the ...
Students in England, Wales and Northern Ireland may usually enter university from the age of eighteen, often having studied A-levels and thus having had thirteen to fifteen years of schooling. Occasionally students who finish A Level or equivalent qualifications early (after skipping a year in school on the grounds of academic giftedness) may enter below this age but large universities are now setting minimum age limits of 16 or 17 after a number of well publicised child prodigies were found to be emotionally and mentally unprepared for university life.[citation needed] Applications for undergraduate courses in UK higher education are made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS).[9] For their first degree, most students read for the degree of bachelor, which usually takes three years, however in the sciences and engineering integrated courses covering both undergraduate level and advanced degree level leading to the degree of master,[10] usually taking four years and ...
Most hospital doctors in the UK will have noticed that something is happening to undergraduate medical education. They may note that students seem to know less of the traditional hard science pre-clinical subjects, but spend more time on softer subjects apparently of doubtful relevance. They may also have been puzzled by a new language: talk of aims and objectives, formative and summative assessment, learning opportunities and acronyms like OSCE.. Many will ask, since the doctors produced in the past, including themselves, seem satisfactory, why there is this need for change and where has it come from? They may also ask, as good scientists, for the evidence that these new ideas are better. They will, however, find that, unlike other aspects of their work, it is rather difficult to get very satisfactory answers to these questions. It is generally possible for most doctors, faced with a clinical problem and access to a modest medical library and a computer, to find a solution or at ...
Alliance for Clinical Education Resources Integrating Electronic Medical Records into Undergraduate Medical Education: Challenges and Opportunities Louis Pangaro, M.D. Past President ACE Annual Panel Discussion
Students normally enter higher education (HE) from 18 onwards. All undergraduate education is largely state-financed (with Welsh students contributing £1,255), and students are generally entitled to student loans for maintenance. The state does not control syllabi, but it does influence admission procedures and monitors standards through the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales. The typical first degree offered at Welsh universities is the Bachelors degree, typically taking three years to complete full-time. Some institutions offer an undergraduate masters degree as a first degree, typically lasting four years. During a first degree students are known as undergraduates. Some universities offer a vocationally based Foundation degree, typically two years in length. Within Wales, medical undergraduate education is provided by only Cardiff University, while graduate fast track route training is provided at Swansea University. In recent years there has been an increase in the number of ...
With competition rising fiercely for admission into a good undergraduate school and the choice of subjects, school curriculum expanding with it, choosing the best undergraduate school can be confusing. There are large, small, public, private, urban and rural undergraduate schools to select from; while some are appealing because of their inviting locale in a countryside setting or in the midst of a cosmopolitan setting others lure the students with their state-of-the-art facilities and distinguished host of teachers.. The list of top 25 undergraduate schools listed below have many diverse traits and distinct characteristics, however the common thread running through them is that of the promise of the best education ever. The undergraduate school curriculum of these top 25 schools is unparalleled and makes them stand apart as the institutions of great learning.. Best Ivy undergraduate school. Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut Yale president Richard Levin is a leader and a visionary and has ...
Pathela P, Hajat A, Schillinger J, Blank S, Sell R, Mostashari F. Discordance between sexual behavior and self-reported sexual identity: a population-based survey of New York City men. Ann Intern Med. Sep 19 2006; 145(6):416-425 ...
We describe a structured inquiry laboratory exercise that examines transcriptional regulation of the NOS2 gene under conditions that simulate the inflammatory response in macrophages. Using quantitative PCR and the comparative C[subscript T] method, students are able determine whether transcriptional activation of NOS2 occurs and to what degree. The exercise is aimed at second year undergraduates who possess basic knowledge of gene expression events. It requires only 4-5 hr of dedicated laboratory time and focuses on use of the primary literature, data analysis, and interpretation. Importantly, this exercise provides a mechanism to introduce the concept of differential gene expression and provides a starting point for development of more complex guided or open inquiry projects for students moving into upper level molecular biology, immunology, and biochemistry course work.
OBJECTIVES Doctors involved in the assessment of children have low confidence in their clinical skills within paediatric musculoskeletal (pMSK) medicine and demonstrate poor performance in clinical practice. Core paediatric clinical skills are taught within undergraduate child health teaching but the extent and content of pMSK clinical skills teaching within medical schools is currently unknown. The aim of this study was to describe current pMSK teaching content within child health teaching at UK medical schools. METHODS Structured questionnaires were sent to child health leads at all medical schools within the UK delivering clinical teaching (n = 30). RESULTS Child health teaching was delivered in all responding medical schools (n = 23/30) predominantly by paediatricians (consultants and senior trainees) and within secondary care. pMSK clinical skills teaching was included in 9/23, delivered predominantly within lectures and featured uncommonly in assessment (6/23, 26%). pMSK clinical skills were
Paper 8 consists of engineering activities taught in the context of design, and is divided into seven electives with the topics shown above. Students not taking a foreign language for credit are required to answer questions from two electives. Students who have chosen to take a foreign language for credit are required to answer questions from one elective. Students will not be required to specify which topics they intend to follow and may attend more than two courses if they wish - this is particularly useful to help decide which courses to focus on the the examination. Each course has 16 timetabled slots (4 per week), equivalent to 14 lectures and 2 examples classes - although in some cases explanation of examples may be spread throughout the course. There will be the equivalent of two examples papers per topic with fully worked solutions being made available for students to see. There are no supervisions for these courses. The material in these selected topics is not a prerequisite for ...
Epidemiology is often considered the core science of Public Health and is a field of research that draws on expertise from many disciplines, including medicine and allied health, mathematics, statistics, life sciences, environmental sciences, ethics, sociology, and policy studies. The Department contributes to the Queens Faculty of Arts and Sciences undergraduate curriculum offering three undergraduate courses in epidemiology and biostatistics within the Life Sciences program.. ...
Epidemiology is often considered the core science of Public Health and is a field of research that draws on expertise from many disciplines, including medicine and allied health, mathematics, statistics, life sciences, environmental sciences, ethics, sociology, and policy studies. The Department contributes to the Queens Faculty of Arts and Sciences undergraduate curriculum offering three undergraduate courses in epidemiology and biostatistics within the Life Sciences program.. ...
Background The transition period from undergraduate training to postgraduate foundation practice is brief - often only a matter of a few days - but its impact is profound. What was previously a well supported, structured learning environment is suddenly a strange and potentially frightening place where critical decision-making skills, authority and professionalism seem suddenly more relevant than all of the knowledge amassed in undergraduate training. Foundation doctors indicate that the undergraduate experience does little to prepare them for the shock of actual practice. Summary of work An emerging initiative within the University of Edinburghs College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine is to adopt the easy-to-use authoring tools and principals associated with Game Informed Learning to afford collaborative groups of later year undergraduates and foundation doctors the scope to create learning objects for undergraduates. Conclusions Using in-house developed instruments such as the branching ...
Our institution recently introduced a novel internet accessible computer aided learning (iCAL) programme to complement existing surgical undergraduate teaching methods. On graduation of the first full cycle of undergraduate students to whom this resource was available we assessed the utility of this new teaching facility. The computer programme prospectively records usage of the system on an individual user basis. We evaluated the utilisation of the web-based programme and its impact on class ranking changes from an entry-test evaluation to an exit examination in surgery. 74.4% of students were able to access iCAL from off-campus internet access. The majority of iCAL usage (64.6%) took place during working hours (08:00-18:00) with little usage on the weekend (21.1%). Working hours usage was positively associated with improvement in class rank (P = 0.025, n = 148) but out-of hours usage was not (P = 0.306). Usage during weekdays was associated with improved rank (P = 0.04), whereas weekend usage was not
A new building adjacent to the Life Sciences Institute Building the Commons Building will have an auditorium, meeting rooms and a food court, and will be a place for students and faculty to gather. As a biochemist, I would call this building our blender, where ideas will be exchanged, new projects dreamed up and everyday scientific problems discussed and solved, explained Dixon, who concluded his presentation with a film of a virtual tour of the Palmer Drive site. Meredith Miller, a sophomore honors student in chemistry and biochemistry, and Nakia Williams, a senior majoring in microbiology, talked about how they have grown through their research experiences with faculty mentors. Both have participated in the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program. As we make our way through the maize and blue, many of us are blessed with the opportunity to perform research with the leading principal investigators in the country, Williams said. Research gives us the opportunity to perform techniques that we ...
Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience (FUN) is an organization devoted to promoting and facilitating teaching and research in neuroscience at the undergraduate level. We currently have over 100 members, primarily faculty at undergraduate liberal arts colleges, but including people at larger universities and research centers. We are not officially affliated with the Society for Neuroscience, but we conduct our annual meeting as a Social at the Neuroscience meeting. Since 1992 we have sponsored an Undergraduate Travel Award, assisting with the travel expenses of deserving undergraduates who present research at the meeting. I currently act as secretary and member of the executive committee of FUN. Please email me if you would like to be added to our mailing list. I will also try to email you a copy of the mission statement of FUN, although I am a relative novice at electronic communication, and might have some problems with it (this is my FIRST post to a newsgroup, although I have been reading ...
This simple model is a great example to show how calculus can be relevant to biology.. My first point might be specific to recent French students: first-year students are often not even proficient enough with basic algebraic manipulations to be able to do anything relevant with such a model. For example, even asking to compute how $d$ changes when $T$ is multiplied by a constant needs to now how to deal with exponents. In fact, we even had serious issues with the mere use of percentages.. One of the main point of our new calculus course is to be able to estimate uncertainties: in particular, given that $T=T_0\pm \delta T$, $\alpha=\alpha_0\pm\delta\alpha$ and $\beta=\beta_0\pm\delta\beta$, we ask them to estimate $d$ up to order one (i.e. using first-order Taylor series). This already involves derivatives of multivariable functions, and is an important computation when you want to draw conclusions from experiments.. Another important point of the course is the use of logarithms and exponentials, ...
Credit towards graduation is granted for Advanced Placement exams only if a student activates Advanced Standing. Incoming students who have taken AP exams need a total of 32 credits to be eligible for Advanced Standing. Credits are earned by scoring 5 on a minimum of four AP exams. Harvard confers 4 or 8 credits for each eligible AP exam depending on whether the exam covers one semester or one full years worth of material.
Proposals received by NSF are assigned to the appropriate NSF program for acknowledgement and, if they meet NSF requirements, for review. All proposals are carefully reviewed by a scientist, engineer, or educator serving as an NSF Program Officer, and usually by three to ten other persons outside NSF either as ad hoc reviewers, panelists, or both, who are experts in the particular fields represented by the proposal. These reviewers are selected by Program Officers charged with oversight of the review process. Proposers are invited to suggest names of persons they believe are especially well qualified to review the proposal and/or persons they would prefer not review the proposal. These suggestions may serve as one source in the reviewer selection process at the Program Officers discretion. Submission of such names, however, is optional. Care is taken to ensure that reviewers have no conflicts of interest with the proposal. In addition, Program Officers may obtain comments from site visits ...
The use of simulation in medical training offers useful opportunities to improve competence and confidence and is known to assist in minimizing risks to patients, thus improving patient safety. Regarded as an adjunct to clinical learning, the integration of simulation training in the undergraduate medical curriculum is fast becoming recognized as part of an innovative approach in medical education, which aims to stress the importance of clinical competency and proficiency of medical graduates. IPE using Simulation (Sim-IPE) has been practiced in the last decade to enhance student learning in a supportive and safe educational environment. The proponents for simulation put forth a cogent argument that simulation benefits both novice and experts without fear and enhances skill acquisition through experiential learning and stimulates performance reflection. There will be a three-pronged approach for studying the objectives of the research from the students by questionnaires, focus group discussions ...
Welcome to the University of Findlays news hub! Here, youll find important announcements, fascinating feature stories and press releases about UF that highlight happenings ranging from impactful research to performances by internationally-renowned entertainers. If you have a great story you think we should share, contact Assistant Director of Marketing & Communication Amy DePuy at [email protected], or 419-434-5832.. ...
Summary:. We have an exciting opportunity for an organised and driven individual to join the University of Sheffield as Senior Admissions Officer (Undergraduate), overseeing undergraduate admissions administration with a focus on the applicant experience as a guiding principle. The role will include providing specialist advice and support to develop and improve compliant and business enabling admissions processes, operationalising key projects and systems development and representing the Admissions Service to external and internal groups.. In addition to the above, you will work closely with the Admissions Manager (Undergraduate) and Admissions Officer (Undergraduate) to plan and organise the Universitys Confirmation, Adjustment and Clearing operations. This will involve responsibility for the production of procedural information and the development of effective training for staff,. The role will oversee the delivery of a high quality applicant centric service and monitor undergraduate ...
Bachelor of Medical Science and Doctor of Medicine (M6011) - Undergraduate Course - Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences - Monash University
2.6. Effectively identify and explore problems to be addressed from a patient encounter, including the patients context, responses, concerns, and preferences.. 2.7. Respect diversity and difference in shared decision-making including, but not limited to, the impact of gender, religion and cultural belief.. 2.8. Engage patients, families, and relevant health professionals in shared decision-making to develop a plan of care.. 2.9. Effectively address challenging communication issues such as obtaining informed consent, delivering bad news, and addressing anger, confusion and misunderstanding.. 2.10. Deliver information to a patient and family, colleagues and other professionals in a humane manner and in such a way that it is understandable, and encourages discussion and participation in decision-making.. ...
Introduction: Electronic medical records (EMR) have placed increasing demand on emergency physicians and may contribute to physician burnout and stress. The use of scribes to reduce workload and increase productivity in emergency departments (ED) has been reported. This objective of this study was to evaluate the educational and experiential value of scribing among medical and undergraduate students. We asked: Will undergraduates be willing to scribe in exchange for clinical exposure and experience?; and, Should scribing be integrated into the medical school curriculum? Methods: A mixed-methods model was employed. The study population included 5 undergraduate, and 5 medical students. Scribes received technical training on how to take physician notes. Undergraduate students were provided with optional resources to familiarize themselves with common medical terminology. Scribes were assigned to physicians based on availability. An exit interview and semi-structured interviews were conducted at ...
A new undergraduate course on “Physiology of Cannabis” (HPH 115) will be offered at UC Davis this spring to raise awareness and understanding of how cannabis and cannabinoids affect the body.
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At the end of the undergraduate programme you will receive your MBBS (or equivalent) degree, which is a primary medical qualification (PMQ). Holding a PMQ entitles you to provisional registration with the General Medical Council, subject only to its acceptance that there are no Fitness to Practise concerns that need consideration. Provisional registration is time limited to a maximum of three years and 30 days (1125 days in total). After this time period your provisional registration will normally expire.. Provisionally registered doctors can only practise in approved Foundation Year 1 posts: the law does not allow provisionally registered doctors to undertake any other type of work. To obtain a Foundation Year 1 post you will need to apply during the final year of your undergraduate programme through the UK Foundation Programme Office selection scheme, which allocates these posts to graduates on a competitive basis. All suitably qualified UK graduates have found a place on the Foundation Year 1 ...
Eighty-three students from across Penn States campuses will each be awarded a $3,500 Erickson Discovery Grant for summer 2017 through the Office of Undergraduate Education. The students will use the funds to immerse themselves in original research, scholarship, and creative work under the direct supervision of a faculty member.
Eighty-three students from across Penn States campuses will each be awarded a $3,500 Erickson Discovery Grant for summer 2017 through the Office of Undergraduate Education. The students will use the funds to immerse themselves in original research, scholarship, and creative work under the direct supervision of a faculty member.
The Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering offers courses and training culminating in the bachelor of science degree in chemical and biomolecular engineering. This discipline is dedicated to solving problems and generating valuable products involving chemical and biological transformations at the molecular scale. An Goffin, associate director of undergraduate studies, describes our approach to design.. The undergraduate program emphasizes the molecular science aspects of biology and chemistry along with the engineering concepts essential to developing commercial products and processes. By selecting an appropriate concentration or by choice of free electives, students can prepare for a professional career path or for further study in chemical, biomolecular, or a related engineering field as well as medical, law, or business school. In the tradition of the Johns Hopkins University, many undergraduates are also involved in research, working closely with faculty and graduate students in ...
Diversity of opportunities - We offer the most diverse undergraduate education curriculum in Ontario, with both Bachelor of Education (BEd) and Bachelor of Education in Technological Education (BEd Technological Education) degree programs. We also offer opportunities in French language, Jewish teacher education, Indigenous education and a formal Specialization in International Education. Students in the Intermediate-Senior divisions are able to complete qualifications in one of the most extensive ranges of teachable subjects in the province.. Our Concurrent BEd program, to which you can apply from high school for select Faculties or after completing three years of university study, allows you to work toward your Education degree while at the same time completing most other York undergraduate degrees. Completion of the program will also lead to a recommendation to the Ontario College of Teachers for a teaching certificate.. ...
Advanced Undergraduate Subjects (AUSs) build on the foundation and header subjects to provide an introduction to broadly-recognized areas of specialization in EECS. The AUSs provide an opportunity for integration of earlier learning and may include design- or project-oriented capstone experience. Undergraduate students are required to take two AUSs, and should choose these subjects based on their interest in the associated areas of specialization. The AUSs also provide a basis for more advanced subjects for students in the MEng program (where they can be used as part of the required concentration).. For the new 2016 curriculum there is a more limited list of classes called the AUS2 list.. Subjects used to satisfy the AUS or AUS2 requirement may not also be used to satisfy other department requirements, such as the Department lab requirement, but may be used to fulfill the Additional Constraints.. Please note that there may be additional special topics subjects that have been approved as ...
Dentists can diagnose oral sickness, as very well as routinely cleanse and deal with the teeth. Dentistry is a industry of medicine that consists of evaluating, diagnosing, and treating the oral cavity. It is a medical career, but this specialty necessitates a unique program of analyze then clinical doctors. In the United States, finishing at minimum 3 many years of undergraduate coursework is demanded for admission into dental school. Nevertheless, this is scarce, and most educational facilities will demand an undergraduate diploma with the suitable prerequisite coursework for admission. By the third calendar year of their undergraduate education and learning, pre-dental students must consider the Dental Admission Test (DAT), a standardized exam related to the MCAT, which can aid identify a student s preparedness for dentistry school. When admitted, the following four several years will be devoted to studying the acceptable coursework, as perfectly as client treatment. Commonly, the initial two ...
To help you plan for your undergraduate career, we have combined your core, electives and restricted electives into tracks. The dynamic structure of the undergraduate degree program allows students to choose one of our existing tracks, realize distinct, modified tracks, or to design a great variety of possible subject combinations to tailor their individual educational experience. All tracks emphasize rigor and depth, and a strong focus on fundamental skills. Below are a few popular roadmap examples that can serve as a starting point for planning. Each student will work closely with a faculty advisor to design his/her track of study. Please contact the academic programs office ([email protected]) for more information.. The following sample tracks can be customized to suit whichever electives you choose and are displayed to show you what a possible course outline would look like. Many students start with a sample track and tailor their educational experience as they go through the program.. ...
E.E Cummings wrote, To be nobody-but-yourself in a world which is doing its best, night and day, to make you everybody but yourself - means to fight the hardest battle which any human being can fight- and never stop fighting. Brené Brown. Teaching, and more teaching: I spent most of June and July getting ready for the fall semester. And since early August, I have been totally immersed in medical school (started August 6) and senior-level undergraduate education (started August 18). Working hard is not a problem but striving to teach both well and effectively has always been the goal.. My favorite check-out person at Whole Foods recently asked me How large is the medical school class? I replied 180 students. He then said I am glad we still have so many students interested in medicine because we definitely need them. And I know how proud you are of their effort. I simply smiled and said I am very proud of their commitment to learn. Additionally, I am happy with the senior undergraduate ...
There has been a long-standing need for a change in the undergraduate medical curriculum of pharmacology. Opioids for chronic noncancer pain: a meta-analysis of effectiveness and side effects. There may be mutual influences among XPD, P53 and HBx that co-regulate hepatocarcinogenesis ...
Revision of Undergraduate Medical Education in United Kingdom. Recommendation of General Medical Council and the Curriculum of the University of Leicester.:Recommendation of General Medical Council and the Curriculum of the University of Leicester (1999 ...
Teaching is an essential skill for any historian, and the AHA works hard to produce resources for those teaching at all career stages and at all levels of history. Our Teaching and Learning video library includes workshops on K-12 and undergraduate teaching, reflections from historians on globalizing their US survey courses, and sessions on issues of vital importance to history education such as learning outcomes, dual enrollment, and the transition from high school to college.. Expand the drop-down menu in the upper left-hand corner of the video below to browse the playlist.. ...
This is an initiative to promote culture of innovation and research in undergraduate students by introducing Research Experience for Undergraduates course. The course first of its kind in India, has created a lot of excitement in the students who want to pursue research as their career and has lead to substantial increase in the paper publications by students. ...
LSAMP Undergraduate Program The LSAMP Undergraduate Program offers various activities and benefits throughout the year. Once a students initial application is approved, the student is responsible for submitting a continuing application each academic year. In order to continue receiving benefits of the LSAMP Undergraduate program, participants must do the following (1) Retain
The mission of the bachelor of science in industrial engineering program is to deliver a hands-on, laboratory-intensive undergraduate education that provides students with the tools and skills to excel in the profession, as they pursue lifelong learning and make positive contributions to society. With an emphasis on integrated systems and a strategic partnership with Luleå University of Technology in Sweden, the B.S.I.E. program offers unique opportunities for study abroad, undergraduate research, and technical electives to develop an enhanced global perspective. The educational objectives of the industrial engineering program are to produce graduates who are able to: 1. Solve industrial engineering problems by applying contemporary engineering tools to propose and implement effective solutions. 2. Design, develop, implement, and improve integrated systems that include people, materials, information, equipment, and energy. 3. Contribute as informed, ethical, and responsible members of the ...
The mission of the bachelor of science in industrial engineering program is to deliver a hands-on, laboratory-intensive undergraduate education that provides students with the tools and skills to excel in the profession as they pursue lifelong learning and make positive contributions to society. With an emphasis on integrated systems and a strategic partnership with Lule University of Technology in Sweden, the B.S.I.E. program offers unique opportunities for study abroad, undergraduate research, and technical electives to develop an enhanced global perspective. The educational objectives of the industrial engineering program are to produce graduates who are able to: 1. Solve industrial engineering problems by applying contemporary engineering tools to propose and implement effective solutions. 2. Design, develop, implement, and improve integrated systems that include people, materials, information, equipment, and energy. 3. Contribute as informed, ethical, and responsible members of the ...
The Charles Centers broad mission is to enhance the quality of undergraduate teaching and learning. Many of the Centers initiatives seek to fulfill this mission with interdisciplinary academic programs that straddle or fall outside of the department structure in Arts & Sciences. In addition, the Center has a particular interest in recruiting and providing special academic, co-curricular and scholarship resources for Monroe Scholars and other academically distinguished undergraduate and graduate students ...
Dr. Babafemi Taiwo is Chief, Division of Infectious Diseases, Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University, Chicago. He is also Director, Clinical Core of the Third Coast Center for AIDS Research, and Leader of the Northwestern University Site of the NIAID-funded AIDS Clinical Trials Group (ACTG). At Northwestern University, he leads clinical and translational HIV researchers from infectious diseases, hepatology, neurology, radiology, cardiology and nursing, and directs the development and implementation of NIH-sponsored interventional and observational HIV studies. He has received research grants (to Northwestern) from industry sponsors for investigator-initiated studies. Dr. Taiwo is the Director, Research in Africa, NU Center for Global Health. He has been involved in HIV treatment, research and training in Nigeria for two decades. His undergraduate education, and initial medical training took place at the College of Medicine, University of Ibadan.​ He is Principal Investigator of ...
Thanks for your interest in the undergraduate Assistant Resident Director (uARD) position! The uARD is a valuable member of the Residence Life staff. Undergraduate ARDs assist with the overall operation of the residence hall and provide leadership for the hall staff and students. More information about the undergraduate Assistant Resident Director position can be found below as well as at the Position Description link.
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Last week in The THES ... Ron Iphofen presented his contract for supervising PhD students. If I am to be your PhD student, please understand the following: * Before you begin supervising me, please examine your motives for doing so. I am not merely a name to enhance your CV or your research assessment exercise submission, a way of reducing the amount of time you are allocated for undergraduate teaching or a means of boosting the research culture of the department. I have a genuine interest in an academic puzzle and want to spend some time researching it * The PhD is mine. It is not yours. While I will certainly value your guidance and feedback on my work, I do not have any intention of following slavishly your interests or referring in my thesis to every single journal article you have ever published. I have my own research questions and preferred methods - it was this motivation that led me to enrol for a PhD in the first place (and to turn down the well-paid job in the City) * Before I ...