Loyola offers other opportunities for research experience and guides to other research opportunities. Click the text below for information about Loyola's Fellowship Office, the Office of Pre-Health Advising, and other resources at Loyola.
The libraries invite any undergraduate researchers to make extensive use of their services and collections to support their research needs. These resources include their actual collections, items available through interlibrary loan, reference services, and subject guides.
The most useful resources for undergraduate researchers however, are probably the subject specialist reference librarians who you can schedule an appointment with to help you find sources for your project, and the library workshops on topics like conducting a literature review.
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The Loyola University Fellowship Office is a great resource for helping undergrads and recent alumni apply for fellowships to help them fund their undergraduate education,for graduate school, or for conducting further research in the U.S. and abroad.
The Office of Pre-Health Advising offers assistance to Loyola's undergraduate and post-baccalaureate students interested in pursuing health professional careers. Among other things, this office has information about research opportunities such as the Edward M. Chester, M.D. Summer Scholars Program, the Howard Hughes Summer Medical Fellows Program, the National Institutes of Health Summer Internship Program, and more.
The Office of Research Services manages approvals and compliance for working with animals (IACUC), biosafety (IBC), and human subjects (IRB), it provides workshops and training regarding responsible conduct in research, and it also provides consultations on research-based grant proposals.
Visit their website to learn more about whether you need approval for your research project, how to apply, and where to obtain training such as taking a CITI course.