Schools, Departments, and Centers:

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College of Arts & Sciences
School of Engineering
Weatherhead School of Management
School of Nursing
School of Dentistry
School of Medicine
Basic Science Departments
Clinical Sciences Departments - UH
General Medical Sceince Centers, Other Medical Departmentse, and Other Centers and Institutes
MetroHealth Medical Center
Cleveland Clinic Lerner Research Institute

College of Arts and Sciences
CAS Experiential Learning Fellowship
Art History
Cognitive Science
Communication Sciences
Geological Sciences
History Mathematics
Modern Languages And Literature
Political Science

Case School of Engineering
2012 Alcoa Campus Partnership Application
Biomedical Engineering
Biomedical Engineering
BME Research at Cleveland Clinic
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Macromolecular Science and Engineering
Materials Science and Engineering
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Weatherhead School of Management
Banking and Finance
Information Systems
Marketing and Policy Studies
Organizational Behavior

Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing
List of Faculty Research Interests

School of Dentistry
List of Faculty Research Interests

School of Medicine
Also check: Lerner Research Institute at Cleveland Clinic, Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center, MetroHealth Medical Center (Rammelkamp Center for Education and Research).

Basic Science Departments
Biomedical Engineering
Environmental Health Sciences
Epidemiology and Biostatistics
Molecular Biology and Microbiology
Molecular Medicine
Physiology and Biophysics

Clinical Sciences Departments
University Hospitals
Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine (UH)
Emergency Medicine
Family Medicine; Geriatrics
Neurological Surgery
Obstetrics & Gynecology/Reproductive Biology
Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences
Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery
Pediatrics - Pediatric Pulmonology
Plastic Surgery
Radiation Oncology
Reproductive Biology (Obstetrics and Gynecology)

General Medical Science Centers, Other Medical Departments, and Other Centers and Institutes
Case Comprehensive Cancer Center
Center for Medical Education
Center for Psychoanalytic Child Development
Center for Regenerative Medicine
Center for the Study of Kidney Biology and Disease
Center for Clinical Investigation
Center for Global Health and Diseases
Center for Proteomics and Bioinformatics
Center for RNA Molecular Biology
Center for Science, Health and SocietyAdvanced Platform Technology Research Center of Excellence
Center for AIDS Research
Case Cardiovascular Center
Case Center for Imaging Research
Center for Child Health and Policy at Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital
Center for Modeling Integrated Metabolic Systems
Cleveland Functional Electrical Stimulation(FES) Center
Center for Health Care Research and Policy
Institute for Transformative Molecular Medicine
Mt. Sinai Skills and Simulation Center
Neural Engineering Center
Prevention Research Center for Healthy Neighborhoods
Skin Cancer Research Institute
Stem Cell Ethics Center
Center for Translational Neurosciences
Visual Sciences Research Center
Willard A. Bernbaum Cystic Fibrosis Research Center
Pediatrics - University Hospitals
Pediatrics - MetroHealth
Pediatrics - Cleveland Clinic
Pediatric Pulmonology

MetroHealth Medical Center

Cleveland Clinic Lerner Research Institute
Anesthesia and Pain Management
Family Medicine

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Claudia Nieuwoudt '12

[Biology Major, Chemistry & French Minor] Project Title: The Effect of Procaine Injections in the Central Complex on Cockroach Behavior. Learn more.

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Kaitlyn Roudebush '13

[Nursing Major] I worked on designing a behavioral intervention that can reduce obesity and improve health habits of middle school students. Data obtained from focus groups showed healthy living is perceived differently by boys and girls, with boys focusing more on role models, and performance goals and girls motivated by team participation, training for an event, or having someone to be active with. Learn more.

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Michael Kottman '12

[Materials Science and Engineering Major] My research explored a novel method of electronic waste recycling that used concentrated sunlight to melt the waste in order to extract valuable materials from the waste, instead of the energy-intensive melting and refining processes employed in developed countries. Pursuing this research taught me an incredible amount about the application of theories from the classroom and allowed me to greatly develop my communication skills, by both presenting within the program and at the 1st World Congress on Integrated Computational Material Engineering. The program has undoubtedly been my most influential academic experience, and solidified my interest in pursuing a Ph.D. next year.Learn more.

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Irina Yakubenko '14

[Political Science Major] I interned at the government relations office at University Hospitals for their lobbyists. My days consisted of scheduling tours for government officials, following bills in the senate and house, researching and putting together an application to designate UH clinics as health professional shortage areas and attending regular advocacy meetings on behalf of the hospital. I got to experience first-hand how much advocacy affects the entire government system; staring from a hospital, all the way into Congress. Learn more.

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Sabina Kumar '14

[Biomedical Enginnering Major] Project title: AWARE (AWAreness during Resuscitation); Research Location: University Hospitals Emergency Room. Learn more.

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James Maloy '13

[Biochemistry Major] My experience in the Weiss Lab has been excellent so far. Not only have I mastered the techniques that were explicitly necessary for the work on my project, but I also was able to learn about other techniques and research that was happening in the lab. My experience with this project has helped me personally and professionally. Learn more.

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Emily Sparks '12

[History Major] Project: Climate Change and Renewable Energy: Parallel Policies?