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Student Studies How The Brain Changes With Age

Student Studies How The Brain Changes With Age

November 14, 2018

Sarah Cavanaugh, has found it very easy to do research at Fordham.

Undergraduate Research Course Strives to Make Research Opportunities Available

Undergraduate Research Course Strives to Make Research Opportunities Available

October 31, 2018

By Julia Rist Fordham students had the chance to attend “Getting Involved in Undergraduate Research,” an informational meeting about how to become more involved in research on campus. A var...

Psychology Students Analyze Sleep and the Brain

Psychology Students Analyze Sleep and the Brain

October 24, 2018

By Julia Rist When Fordham students are interested in understanding what is going on in their heads, they head to the Zimmerman Clinical Neuropsychology Laboratory. The lab group, which is based ...

COAP Researches Anxiety and OCD

COAP Researches Anxiety and OCD

October 17, 2018

By Julia Rist Many Fordham psychology students have the opportunity to participate in lab groups. These groups offer a range of research topics, from neuropsychology to anxiety disorders. One such group is the Compuls...

Students Learn About Historic Jesuit Astronomer

Students Learn About Historic Jesuit Astronomer

October 3, 2018

By Julia Rist Fordham University students had the opportunity to learn more about the school’s Jesuit roots at “Comets, Craters and Calendars: Christopher Clavius, S.J. (1538 - 1612),” a lecture and panel discussion ...

GSB to Host Undergraduate Research Conference

GSB to Host Undergraduate Research Conference

September 26, 2018

By Julia Rist Student researchers at Fordham University come from an array of different departments. Many students who choose to participate in research are science majors, but a field that is not traditionally associa...

Calder Center Facilitates Field Research

Calder Center Facilitates Field Research

September 19, 2018

By Julia Rist When Fordham students are interested in studying biology away from the city, they have the option of heading up to a facility in Armonk, New York to a place known as the Louis Calder Center. There, they h...

Student Leads Research Program at Bronx Zoo

Student Leads Research Program at Bronx Zoo

September 12, 2018

By Julia Rist While some students spent their summer soaking up the sun, others were knee-deep in wildlife. Conor Gilligan, GSAS, a second year M.S. student in the biology department, is one such person. He is a research mentor at Project TRUE, a progra...

Fordham Student Researches Liver Transplant Transitions

Fordham Student Researches Liver Transplant Transitions

May 2, 2018

By Julia Rist Kirk Brouwer, FCRH ’20, is researching whether it is possible to streamline the transition for liver transplant patients who are aging out of pediatric care. Brouwer, a psychology major, is working with...

Freshman Researches Public View of Coastal Management

Freshman Researches Public View of Coastal Management

April 25, 2018

By Hannah Gonzalez Growing up on the barrier islands of the Jersey Shore, Colleen Cochran, FCRH ’21, had always loved the beach. But when she was in eighth grade, her coastal community was greatly impacted by Hur...

Student Studies Medical Experiences of Refugees

Student Studies Medical Experiences of Refugees

March 22, 2018

By Julia Rist As the refugee crisis continues to be a hot button issue, Natalie Wodniak, FCRH ’18, is researching medical experiences that Burmese refugees of the Karen ethnicities have in America. Thousands of peopl...

Student Studies the City’s Coyotes, DNA

Student Studies the City’s Coyotes, DNA

March 14, 2018

By Julia Rist If you think you have escaped the presence of coyotes by moving to the city, think again. Emily Hargous, FCRH ‘18, said she has found no shortage of these animals while conducting her res...

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