Internships & Research
Coe College has a strong tradition of student/faculty research collaboration. As a neuroscience major you will have the opportunity to participate in original research in a number of exciting areas directly related to neuroscience ranging from the molecular to the behavioral level with faculty from the biology, chemistry or psychology departments. You will have the opportunity for hands-on laboratory experiences that will build upon what you have learned in your coursework. You also will have opportunities to present your research — not only to your fellow Coe students, but also at regional and national scientific conferences. These experiences help develop skills particularly valuable for graduate study and for any career you might choose.
Student/Faculty Research 2017-18
- Virtual Reality Road Crossing Study. Bordwell, James (2021), Brody Stanford (2018). Faculty Sponsor, Benjamin Chihak.
- Investigation of Potential Role of BDNF in the Regeneration of Ambystoma mexicanum Spinal Cord. Carroll, Christiana (2018). Faculty Sponsor, Randolph Christensen.
- The Structure Characterization of Biocement Proteins from Phragmatopoma lapidosa. Curtis, Kris (2018) & Jake Van Oort (2018). Faculty Sponsor, Maria Dean.
- Comparing activated microglial interactions with brain vasculature due to intraperitoneal versus subcutaneous LPS initiated neuroinflammation. Hess, Jade (2018). Faculty Sponsor, David Lo.
- Investigating the Presence of Radical fringe in Axolotl Limb Regeneration. Kloft, Luke (2019). Faculty Sponsor, Randolph Christensen.
- Reducing Premature Infant Stress: Intrauterine Sounds and Maternal Heartbeat as a Music Therapy Intervention in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Rummans, Sidniann (2018). Faculty Sponsors, Michael Baker & Benjamin Tallman.
- Effect of B-Estradiol on Glutamate Transporter Expression in Cultured C-6 Astrocytes. Wisnousky, Holly (2018). Faculty Sponsor, Paul Storer.
- Comparing activated microglial interactions with brain vasculature due to intraperitoneal versus subcutaneous LPS initiated neuroinflammation. Jade Hess (2018). Faculty Sponsor, David Lo.