Working in a laboratory is the best way to learn how to do scientific research and discover if a career in biomedical sciences is the right choice for you.
We offer undergraduate students the opportunity to conduct experiments in one of the departmental laboratories and interact with graduate students, post-docs and faculty. If you are interested in gaining research experience in a basic sciences laboratory, please begin by reviewing research programs of individual departmental faculty members and identifying an area of interest. Contact Dr. Jamie Foster, Ph.D. at james.d.foster@UND.edu for further information about research opportunities.
BIMD 494. Directed Studies. 1-4 Credits.
A course designed to provide individual students with the opportunity for creative, scholarly, and research activities in the Biomedical Sciences under the direction of a departmental faculty member. The course can be taken for 1-4 credit per semester and repeated up to 12 total credits. Arrangements should be made with the faculty member prior to enrollment in the course.