Research projects vary from year to year, with faculty in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine as mentors. Once the application process is complete and the interns have been selected, the Advisory Committee on Education matches up student interns with projects and mentors, based on students' expressed areas of interest.

Past Edmondson research projects included:

  • 5 Years and Counting – Cataloging Cases of Ductal Carcinoma In Situ
  • 3D MUSE Slide-free Histology and 3D Reconstruction
  • Gliosis in Fragile-X Associated Tremor/Ataxia Syndrome (FXTAS): A Quantitative Glial Cell Study in the Frontal Cortex
  • Slide-free imaging to study the partial loss of the WDFY3 gene in mouse brains
  • The Effects of Therapeutic Plasma Exchange (TPE) with Albumin Replacement on Immunoglobulins and Fibrinogen Levels
  • Molecular and Immunohistochemical characterization of fibrotic disorders.
  • Room Temperature Storage of Serum and Plasma for Clinical Assays
  • Intestinal Microbiota and the Presence of Clostridium difficile in Healthy and Symptomatic Patients
  • Performance Assessment of Glucose Meters with Locally-Smoothed Median Absolute Difference (LS MAD) Curves
  • The Effects of Multiple Freeze Thaw Cycles on Coagulation Testing in Plasma Samples
  • Effects of ADC and Rapamycin on Autophagy in Mammary Tumor Cells
  • Analyzing the Effects of ABO Mismatch on Stem Cell Transplant Engraftment
  • Alanine Substitutions in the Second Acidic Domain of SIVmac239
  • Detection of Oligodendrocyte Precursor Cells in Patients with Dementia
  • Growth Factor - Integrin Cross-talk Affects Tumor Growth in Mice


Summer Talks: Careers in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

2021 Summer Talks

2022 Summer Talks