Mentored Research Experience

The research project, which will occur during year 2, will either be a collaborative project in the lab of a U of C faculty member or a clinical laboratory animal medicine project within the department. The aims are for the trainee to:

  • Conduct individual and collaborative research
  • Complete research project that involves writing an IACUC protocol, performing literature searches, developing hypotheses, collecting data, performing statistical evaluations, writing and submitting a paper for publication in a peer-reviewed journal to fulfill ACLAM-board exam requirement
  • Present research findings at national meeting

Reproductive Performance of C57BL/6J Mice Exposed to Chronic Noise, Vibration, and Light Disturbances

Long-term Effects of Sulfadiazine-Trimethoprim Medicated Diet on Cardiac Function, Hematology, and Weight Gain in Hsd:ICR (CD1) and Tac:SW Mice

Comparing Mouse Health Monitoring Between Soiled-bedding Sentinel and Exhaust Air Dust Surveillance Programs

Implications of Laboratory Mouse Trap Preference on Your Pest Control Program