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:

  • Influence of Mixed Pathologies on Amyloid b density; A Machine Learning Approach
  • The Effect of Albumin Prime on Hypotension during Therapeutic Plasma Exchange
  • Decrease in number of astrocytic Connexin 43 in the prefrontal cortex of postmortem ASD brains
  • FIBI (fluorescent imitating brightfield imaging): Is rapid fixation necessary?
  • Neuronal Differences in Mouse Brains with Autism Phenotypes
  • Method Development for Proteomic host profiling of adult patients with suspected infection and sepsis
  • Tumor Associated Macrophage Heterogeneity:Multiplex IHC Analysis for Macrophage Markers
  • Transfusion Medicine Practices, Efficacy, and Safety
  • SIMOA Quantification of Alzheimer’s Disease Biomarkers in Plasma

Summer Talks: Careers in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

2021 Summer Talks

2022 Summer Talks