Medical Students, Jay Manuel, MSII and Ross Dies, MSIII, presented their research at the annual Louisiana Orthopedic Association Meeting in New Orleans, LA in February, 2023.
The primary mission of Louisiana State University Health Shreveport is to Teach, Heal, and Discover, in order to advance the well-being of the State, region, and beyond. Research is essential to discovery. As such, medical student education and participation in research is a critical part of our mission.
Participation in research allows our students to distinguish themselves from their peers, which increases the likelihood of being accepted in the residency of their choice.
There are numerous opportunities for medical students to be involved in research on our campus. This includes curricular elements in the preclinical and clinical years, the medical student research program, research electives, a research track of distinction, and our MD/PhD program. Additionally, students at any stage of their training may volunteer to participate in research with faculty mentors from various departments.
Available Research Opportunities
The Office of Medical Student Research matches research faculty with medical students who are interested in participating in research projects in both Basic Science and Clinical areas of interest. The projects listed in the Research Project Database were provided by faculty members for this purpose.
In effort to maintain up-to-date information on the research database, please inform our office of any additional research projects to be included and/or projects listed on the database which are no longer available.
Please feel free to contact our office at email@example.com for assistance locating a mentor/project for research on campus.
Click the link for a database that contains a list of available research opportunities, organized by department. (This list is only accessible by LSUHS Students, Faculty and Staff)
Medical Students, Grant Borne, MSII and Kaitlyn Tholen, MSII, presented at the Triological Society Combined Sections Meeting in Coronado, CA, January 26-28, 2023
Connor Plaisance, MSII; Camryn Keller, MSII; Shelby Rider, MSIV; Ross Dies, MSIII; Madeline Gautreaux, MSII; Tunde Abubakar, MSIV; and Jay Manuel, MSII, presented their research under the mentorship of Dr. Giovanni Solitro.