12-Century Chinese Anecdotes Index

Responsibilities include data input and catalog search.
Cheng, Hsiao-wen : Humanities

19th-Century Art and Impressionism

Conduct primary research and editing of manuscript related to the arts and material cultures of France and Germany in the mid to late nineteenth century.
Dombrowski, André : Humanities

A NeuroPhysics of Learning

The end result of this project will be a better understanding of how people learn, and will open up new avenues for research into methods to optimize learning environments.
Bassett, Danielle : Engineering and Computing

Abdominal and Upper Airway MRI Imaging Analysis

A student would receive training in image segmentation and would be able to work on a variety of population samples.
Schwab, Richard J. : Biomedical Science

Academic Projects In Anesthesiology

From time to time I have opportunities for undergraduate students to assist with research for book chapters and review articles. No bench or clinical research opportunities. Publication possible but not guaranteed, depending on the projects.
Litman, Ron : Biomedical Science

Accomplishing a Common Goal Using Language

The job involves recruiting research participants in Penn student population and in the wider community, recording conversations, and coding and analyzing these conversations on a number of dimensions.
Dahan, Delphine : Social Science

Acute Lung Injury and Lung Transplantation

Perform translational research involving the role of oxidative stress, coagulation/fibrinolysis and inflammatory pathways.
Christie, Jason : Biomedical Science

Acute Pain, Chronic Pain, Medical Marijuana

Projects will vary. Interested students should contact us to discuss possibilities.
Badiola, Ignacio : Biomedical Science

Addiction Psychiatry

Projects will vary. Interested students should contact us to discuss possibilities.
Kampman, Kyle : Biomedical Science

Addiction Treatment Research

I don't have any in which students could participate
Woody, George : Biomedical Science

Adipose Cells in Normal Development and in Obesity

Investigating pathways that determine the fate of different types of fat cells.
Seale, Patrick : Biomedical Science

Adolescent and young adult (AYA) survivors of childhood cancer

Adolescent and young adult (AYA) survivors of childhood cancer
Schwartz, Lisa

Adolescent Depression Prevention and Treatment Lab (ADePT)

Adolescent Depression Prevention and Treatment Lab (ADePT)
Young, Jami

Adolescent Health

Adolescent health care utilization, adolescent health communication, parental influences on adolescent health
Ford, Carol : Biomedical Science

Adult Congenital Heart Disease

Projects will vary. Interested students should contact us to discuss possibilities.
Kim, Yuli : Biomedical Science

Advanced Ultrasound Imaging Of Neonatal Brain

The projects available include application of advanced ultrasound techniques for imaging of brain injury in preclinical/clinical settings. For the preclinical setting, there are piglet models of brain injury and advanced ultrasound imaging in correlation with gold standard tools will be performed to ultimately enhance our understanding of the mechanisms of injury and develop in vivo biomarker...
Hwang, Misun : Biomedical Science

Advancing the wellbeing of children, adolescents, and young adults

Chris Feudtner's research is devoted to advancing the wellbeing of children, adolescents, and young adults with complex chronic conditions and serious, often rare, illnesses, and to promote the wellbeing of their families.
Feudtner, Chris : Biomedical Science, Social Science

Affect Theory, Material Culture Studies, Race, Secularism, and Religion

Projects will vary. Interested students should contact us to discuss possibilities.
Schaefer, Donovan : Humanities

Affective Disorders

Non-invasive brain stimulation, psychophysiology, behavior and functional MRI recordings of brain circuits relevant to affective disorders and especially depression and PTSD.
Oathes, Desmond

Agent-Based Modeling to Reduce Unmet Needs of Seniors Aging in Place in NYC

Agent-Based Modeling to Reduce Unmet Needs of Seniors Aging in Place in NYC
Silverman, Barry : Engineering and Computing

Aging In The Sub-Saharan African and Other Low Income Contexts

Projects will vary, but will be focuses on primarily on aging, mental and cognitive health in sub-Saharan Africa. Interested students should contact us to discuss possibilities.
Kohler, Iliana : Social Science

Agrarian Questions: Latin American Literature In The Age Of Development

My current book project, tentatively titled ""Agrarian Questions: Latin American Literature in the Age of Development,"" examines how twentieth-century novels registered capitalist transitions in the countryside, primarily in relation to three overlapping processes: agricultural commercialization and mechanization, urban out-migration, and land reform.
Beckman, Ericka : Humanities

Alzheimer's Disease, Infectious Diseases, Oxidative Stress, Computer-Assisted Drug Design, and Molecular Recognition

A variety of technologies are employed in the Axelsen lab including mass spectrometry, computer simulation, and various forms of optical spectroscopy.
Axelsen, Paul

American Art History, Object-Based Study, Curatorial Practice

Projects will vary. Interested students should contact us to discuss possibilities. Summer internship at the Philadelphia Museum of Art also available (apply in January; see PMA website for details).
Foster, Kathleen A : Humanities

American Attitudes Toward the Affordable Care Act

Read and identify specific elements in thousands of Americans' open-ended responses about the Affordable Care Act.
Hopkins, Daniel : Social Science

American Higher Education

Conduct research on American higher education, with a particular focus on minority serving institutions.
Gasman, Marybeth : Social Science

American Music

Women and gender, and music and its connection to book history, are important topics in Professor Goodman's research.
Goodman, Glenda : Humanities

Analysis of a Volunteer Telemedicine Program in Philadelphia to Improve Access to Care

Analysis of a Volunteer Telemedicine Program in Philadelphia to Improve Access to Care
Kovarik, Carrie : Biomedical Science

Analysis Of Cardiac Lineage Specification and Maturation With Single-Cell Genomics and Epigenome Editing

The Wu lab is interested in understanding how epigenetic processes in multicellular organisms regulate gene expression to establish diverse cell types and to respond to changing environmental signals or metabolic states. We combine experimental approaches (biochemical, molecular, genetic, and genomic assays) with bioinformatics to study cell-type specification and maturation from mammalian...
Wu, Hao : Biomedical Science

Analysis of Hand and Tongue Force Measurements

Analyze force output charts to identify maximum force and compare measurements between the groups.
Schwab, Richard J. : Biomedical Science

Analysis of Non-Linear Partial Differential Equations

Dr. Strain has particular interests in the equations of gas dynamics and fluid flow
Strain, Robert M. : Engineering and Computing

Analysis of Nonprofit Organizations Social Media Use

Guo’s research interests focus on the intersection between nonprofit and voluntary action and government. More specifically, he conducts research on representation in nonprofit organizations, nonprofit advocacy, nonprofit governance, collaboration within and across sectors, social entrepreneurship, and social media.
Guo, Chao : Social Science

Analyzing Mutant and Wild Type Embryos

The Raper laboratory is focused on defining and characterizing the cues that guide growing axons to their targets in the developing nervous system.
Raper, Jonathan : Biomedical Science

Ancient Greek and Roman Philosophy

I have active projects on Plato's ethics and political philosophy, Stoic ethics and psychology, and Aristotle's ethics. The sort of roles students might play in these projects are: tracking down bibliography, reading and summarizing published works, reading and commenting on drafts of my writing.
Meyer, Susan : Humanities

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