Student Profiles

Laboratory-based basic research

Students conducting research on the underlying pathophysiology of diseases; markers of disease presence, severity or improvement; the development of drugs or devices used to treat disease or improve health; or a combination thereof.

  • Grauberger, Jennifer N.

    Grauberger, Jennifer N.

    • Development of a Novel Biological Target for the Treatment of Growth Plate Arrest
  • Miller, Kevin C.

    Miller, Kevin C.

    • Investigation of the Role of the BCL-2 Family of Proteins in Multiple Myeloma: Implication for Prognosis and Treatment

Patient-based research

Students conducting research with human participants (or on material of human origin, such as tissues, specimens and cognitive phenomena), including clinical trials.

  • Aponte Ortiz, Jaime A.

    Aponte Ortiz, Jaime A.

    • Standardizing Postoperative Care in Head and Neck Cancer Patients Following Microvascular Repair
  • Arias Mejias, Suzette M.

    Arias Mejias, Suzette M.

    • Precision Medicine by Targeting Cell Adhesion in Melanoma
  • Bonadurer III, George F.

    Bonadurer III, George F.

    • Monocyte Dysregulation in Autoimmune Disease
  • Driver, Christiana (Noelle) N.

    Driver, Christiana (Noelle) N.

    • Impact of Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior on Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Quality-of-Life Outcomes
  • Finnesgard, Eric J.

    Finnesgard, Eric J.

    • The Natural History of Acute Stanford Type B Aortic Dissection
  • Joyce, Jeremiah B.

    Joyce, Jeremiah B.

    • Use of Patient-Derived Pluripotent Stem Cells to Determine Gene-Expression Changes in Relation to Sensitivity to Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors for the Treatment of Major Depressive Disorder
  • Lozada, Maria E.

    Lozada, Maria E.

    • A New Clinically Based Staging System for Intrahepatic Cholangiocarcinoma
  • Ortiz Rodriguez, Angel L.

    Ortiz Rodriguez, Angel L.

    • The Influence of Surgeon Ergonomics on Performance of Robotic-Assisted Prostatectomies
  • Sunde, Kiri E.

    Sunde, Kiri E.

    • Clinical Utility of Covariate-Adjusted Reference and Disease Ranges Applied to the Laboratory Evaluation of Pediatric Kidney Stones

Population-based research

Students conducting research in epidemiology, behavioral health, outcomes and health services.