Our scientists are focused on asking the critical questions to make discoveries in their field. At the same time they provide our students the opportunity to collaborate on meaningful research.
We're training our M.D./Ph.D. students to combine biomedical research and clinical practice. These students will play a unique role in contemporary medical research.
This multi-disciplinary summer research program gives USD undergraduate students an opportunity to conduct high-quality, mentored, hypothesis-driven research in fields related to substance use, abuse and related or underlying mental health issues.
Current and newly accepted medical students can spend the summer researching with faculty research mentors.
South Dakota's Biomedical Infrastructure Network provides resources to researchers throughout South Dakota. Several of its core facilities are housed at USD. BRIN also allows students to participate in research, particularly through the Undergraduate Research Fellows Program.
This program offers an enhanced medical student experience in education, research or service. Students who chose the research path have a special interest in clinical or basic science research.