List a Project
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  • T. Cooper Woods, PhD (Department of Physiology and Medicine) Project Description We are focused in a variety of ways in investigating the roles of non-coding RNAs in atherosclerosis. We have a focus on the the effects of diabeteson atherosclerosis. Project Details Time, eligibility, and other details Who is eligible? Some experience with PCR preferred Volunteer, […]
  • Project Description Professor Joshua Basseches (Political Science, Environmental Studies) is seeking a research assistant (RA) for the Fall 2023 semester to assist with his book project, Owning The Green Grid: The Political Economy of Renewable Energy Policy Design in the U.S. States. The book examines the politics of renewable energy policymaking in seven U.S. states […]
  • Project Description 1) Aging and Prostate Cancer: Dr. Zhang has a long-standing interest in prostate cancer, particularly in aging’s contribution to prostate carcinogenesis and the efficacies of candidate aging-associated prostate cancer interventions. We are currently working on (1) identifying associations between Th17/Treg ratio alteration and human PCa progression associated with advanced aging; (2) defining how […]
  • Wayne J.G. Hellstrom, MD, FACS, School of Medicine Project Description Dr. Hellstrom practices as a urologist at Tulane Medical Center, University Medical Center, and the Veterans Administration Medical Center (New Orleans), where he specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of sexual dysfunction, including Peyronie’s disease, surgical and vascular reconstruction, prosthetic surgery, male infertility (both surgical and […]
  • Asim B. Abdel-Mageed, DVM, PhD, School of Medicine Project Description While his long-standing translational research interests focus on molecular determinants of prostate cancer progression and prostate cancer health disparities, his current research also focuses on understanding the role of tumor-derived exosomes in mediating prostate cancer progression, with special emphasis on racial disparity of prostate cancer. Importantly, his research […]
  • Wan Tang, PhD, School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine Project Description Studies statistical methodological development in fields such as longitudinal data analysis, missing data, nonparametric smoothing methods, and causal inferences, and their application in biomedical studies, especially in psychiatry and behavioral research.  View Dr. Tang’s publications at his NCBI profile page. Contact