ANESTH 499 - Ug Research
Section: 001
Term: FA 2010
Subject: Anesthesia (ANESTH)
Department: MED Anesthesiology
1 - 16 (Non-LSA credit).
With permission of instructor.
Advisory Prerequisites:
May not be repeated for credit.

Medical student research preceptors have the opportunity to work extensively in a research setting with an anesthesiology faculty mentor. The program exists to allow medical students an opportunity to obtain exposure to academic anesthesiology with a focus on research.

Each medical student preceptor is assigned a faculty mentor from the Department of Anesthesiology to work on a research project. The research project may be clinical or basic science. Clinical research projects include both indirect patient contact (e.g. chart reviews and survey research) or direct patient contact (e.g. informed consent) in general anesthesiology and its subspecialties (e.g. cardiac, critical care, pain medicine, and obstetrics). Basic science research projects include drug metabolism, neurobiology of sleep and anesthesia, and control of breathing. Medical student preceptors present their data at the Department of Anesthesiology Research Conference, students learn how to prepare abstracts, posters and give oral presentations. Many students have submitted abstracts to the Midwest Anesthesiology Resident’s Conference (MARC) and have made oral and posters presentations at the meeting.

ANESTH 499 - Ug Research
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