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The UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences conducts more than $40 million in research every year.
Leaders in Biomedical Research
Studying how cells communicate with each other by direct contact or via the release of signaling agents, whether hormones, neurotransmitters, or other chemicals.
Our DaCCoTA program brings together researchers with diverse experience from across the region to develop unique and innovative means of combating disease in the Dakotas.
Researchers studying epigenetics and epigenomics explore the mechanisms that regulate gene expression.
From COVID to Zika, our infectious disease researchers explore the pathology, diagnosis, and treatment of vector-borne or human-to-human infections.
Research into the causes and treatments of neurodegenerative disorders, from Alzheimer's to Parkinson's to Multiple Sclerosis is one of our School's hallmarks.
With our Center for Rural Health leading the way, our School studies the often different health outcomes between various populations.
Research specializations at the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences.
The research facilities and cores at the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences.
A partial list of our major imaging, scanning, spectrometry, and genomic equipment.
Information and resources from the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences Grants Management team.
Connect with the faculty who maintain research labs within the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences.
Descriptions of and links to our many partner organizations engaged in biomedical research.
Student Research Opportunities
Our Student Clinical Research Advisors give advice to students and preceptors on subjects such as IRB applications, writing papers, and our student research opportunities list.
The premier biomedical research event held annually at the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences.
The REMS program provides a summer research experience for UND medical students prior to or following their first year classes.
Students of all backgrounds are encouraged to participate in research experiences that are based on community needs and the School's service learning model.
Our School houses many research options for students in our medical, graduate, and health sciences programs. We also coordinate multiple undergraduate research opportunities.
The hallmark of a major research university is its ability to link faculty across all disciplines toward the creation of new ideas and the generation of new technologies.
SMHS by the Numbers
sponsored project awards in FY22
research grants awarded since 2020
research facilities in Grand Forks