Student Laboratory Research

Dave Stockwell Performing Mouse SurgeryHands-on experience in a basic science research laboratory will provide motivated students with an opportunity to apply the skills they have acquired from undergraduate coursework toward novel questions pertaining to Trauma Physiology research. Undergraduate positions in the Freeman laboratory are limited. However, it is the philosophy of this laboratory to provide an opportunity for talented, conscientious and dedicated University students to engage in the process of scientific discovery.

For more information about the projects currently underway in the Freeman laboratory, please visit the Trauma Physiology Research section of this website. Graduate student participation should be arranged through the Neuroscience Graduate Program. Because of the significant training required prior to contributing to the research projects, undergraduate students should plan for a 9-12 month period of regular attendance in the laboratory. If you would like to apply to join, please send an email to expressing your interest.