From Mental Health Treatment to Melanoma Risk: Student Research

Featuring Marie Kenney ’19, Cori Polonski ’19, Michael Chmielewski ’21 and Jason UnChan Pyon ’19
The University of Vermont celebrates student research in all areas of inquiry through the annual Student Research Conference. Held this year on April 17, student researchers from across the university hosted oral and poster presentations during the day-long event at the Davis Center. The Larner College of Medicine was well-presented by students who have led research and published findings in a range of fields. Learn more about some of their projects…

Pushing Boundaries: Students Develop a Novel Approach to Surgical Markings

Written by Zach Ehret ’20
I’ve always wondered what it would be like to stand in front of the Sharks on Shark Tank. For those who don’t know, it’s the hit TV show where budding entrepreneurs can pitch their ideas to potential high caliber investors, the Sharks. Given that I am in medical school, it seems a plausible way to get there is to steer my creativity towards something innovative within the healthcare field.

The Ever-Changing Landscape of Prostate Cancer Screening

Written by Laura Donnelly ’18
As a medical student attempting to get involved in research, it can be difficult to know where to start. My undergraduate work was in developmental biology, and while I learned molecular methods and laboratory techniques, I wanted to work on clinically-oriented research in medical school. I did not pursue research during the summer after my first year, but as second year continued, I began to look for a project.