Undergraduate Research Education Program

Wood Hudson's Undergraduate Research Education Program, UREP, is a vibrant and beneficial educational program for students. As more students are extending their education beyond the bachelor's degree, admission into medical or other allied health schools is becoming more competitive. Students in UREP have the unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience by working along side our scientists doing biomedical research. Since the program started, 300 students from 46 univerisities and colleges have been trained in our laboratory while receiving college credit for their hands-on research experience.

To learn more about the program, which operates year round, contact us.

Leah Focke Joins Wood Hudson

Leah Focke graduated from Mount St. Joseph University this month. In this photo Leah Focke, along with her Chemistry Professor and Advisor, Dr. Eric Johnson, Department Chair and Associate Professor of Chemistry and Dr. Julia Carter. Dr Carter was her advisor at Wood Hudson for her senior Capstone Project which she did on a study of transforming growth factor beta signaling in ovarian cancer. Leah was nominated for Co-Op Student of the year which is the document she is holding. She also won the Chemistry Department Student of the Year. Leah has started full time as a Research Assistant at Wood Hudson.

Kalin Russell Joins Medpace

Kalin Russell shown giving his talk at the KAS meeting at WKU. His talk was on his Senior Capstone Project for the University of Cincinnati. He analyzed data from seven biomarkers in ovarian cancer and discovered he loved working in data analysis. Kalin has recently started at Medpace as a Data Analyst.

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