Undergraduate Research Courses

 

 


 

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    Course Name: Introduction to Research in General Dentistry
    Course Number: HDG 299
    Course Director: Dr. Dolores Cannella & Faculty
    Description: This course provides an introduction to research in general dentistry with initial training in study design and clinical and/or laboratory procedures, under the guidance of a faculty member in the Department of General Dentistry. May be repeated up to a maximum of 12 credits.
    Prerequisites:Permission of instructor.
    Credits0-3
    Semester: Fall & Spring 

     


    Course Name: Independent Readings and Research
    Course Number: HDH 301
    Course Director: Dr. H. B. Waldman
    Description: The student conducts his or her research project under the supervision of one or more members of the Department of Dental Health. The student is expected to submit a written report detailing his or her research activities and conclusions. This course is offered for undergraduate students who demonstrate an interest in the health care deliverery system of the United States.
    Prerequisites:SOC 392 when topic is Health Care Delivery; approval of department chairperson
    Credits3
    Semester:

     


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    Oral Biology Research I
    Course Number: HDO 320
    Course Director: Dr. Marcia Simon
    Description: The student will conduct independent research under the supervision of one or more members of the Department of Oral Biology and Pathology. The student is expected to submit a written report detailing experimental methods, results, and conclusions of their project. These courses are offered for third year undergraduate students. A copy of the student's transcript must be submitted with the application.
    Prerequisites:Permission of instructor. BIO 152, CHE 132 and CHE 134 is recommended.
    Credits1-4
    Semester: Fall

     


    Course Name: Oral Biology Research II
    Course Number: HDO 321
    Course Director: Dr. Marcia Simon
    Description: The student will conduct independent research under the supervision of one or more members of the Department of Oral Biology and Pathology. The student is expected to submit a written report detailing experimental methods, results, and conclusions of their project. These courses are offered for third year undergraduate students. A copy of the student's transcript must be submitted with the application.
    Prerequisites:Permission of instructor. BIO 152, CHE 132 and CHE 134 is recommended.
    Credits1-4
    Semester: Spring

     


    Course Name: Oral Biology Research III
    Course Number: HDO 420
    Course Director: Dr. Marcia Simon
    Description: he student will conduct independent research under the supervision of one or more members of the Department of Oral Biology and Pathology. The student is expected to submit a written report detailing experimental methods, results, and conclusions of their project. These courses are offered for fourth year undergraduate students. A copy of the student's transcript must be submitted with the application.
    Prerequisites:Permission of instructor. BIO 152, CHE 132 and CHE 134 is recommended.
    Credits1-4
    Semester: Fall

     


    Course Name: Oral Biology Research IV
    Course Number: HDO 421
    Course Director: Dr. Marcia Simon
    Description: he student will conduct independent research under the supervision of one or more members of the Department of Oral Biology and Pathology. The student is expected to submit a written report detailing experimental methods, results, and conclusions of their project. These courses are offered for fourth year undergraduate students. A copy of the student's transcript must be submitted with the application.
    Prerequisites:Permission of instructor. BIO 152, CHE 132 and CHE 134 is recommended.
    Credits1-4
    Semester: Spring

     


    Course Name: Introduction to Periodontal Research
    Course Number: HDP 320 | HDP 321 | HDP 322
    Course Director: Dr. Christopher Cutler
    Description: The student is taught various techniques and procedures used in current periodontal research. The student is expected to undertake a small research project implementing these techniques.
    Prerequisites:CHE 132/134 or CHE 142/144; BIO 202; permission of instructor
    Credits0-4
    Semester: Fall | Spring | Summer

     


    Course Name: Research in the Biology and Pathology of Periodontium
    Course Number: HDP 420 | HDP 421 | HDP 422
    Course Director: Dr. Vincent Iacono
    Description: An independent research project under faculty supervision with emplasis on the principles of experimental design, data collection, evaluation of findings, and reporting of results. The student is expected to prepare a report on the project and be able to discuss his or her work. Open to upper-division students. May be repeated up to a maximum of eight credits
    Prerequisites:U3 or U4 standing; permission of instructor
    Credits0-4
    Semester: Fall | Spring | Summer