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OSU CHS medical students have a plethora of opportunities to carry out research, from hypothesis-based research to clinical sciences and other scientific research opportunities. Many of our faculty at OSU CHS offer oportunities for medical students to accomplish whatever goals they hope to achieve, whether it’s developing an abstract, creating poster presentations, present at a conference or writing a paper. While some students locate research opportunities in the first year, most students carry out research in the subsequent years. What goals are hoped to achieve and when you are ready, we are here to help.


New Opportunity:

Lunch & Learn - Virtual
October 19, 2021 | 12:00pm

Daniel Barta, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Anatomy and Cell Biology
Dr. Barta studies vertebrate growth, development, and intraspecific variation through the
application of bone histology, computed tomography, and phylogenetic methods. He
focuses primarily on the anatomy of dinosaurs (including birds), and other vertebrates
from the Triassic and Permian periods. He is also interested in amniote eggs and nesting.
Look for RSVPs on OSU-COM and CHS social media pages prior to event.

Student Research Highlight


Bryan Dunford, BS

Evaluation of Predatory Journal Publication in Systematic Reviews in the Top Five Orthopedic
Journals: A Cross-Sectional Analysis (Poster Presentation)
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