Mesenchymal stem cells seeded on electrospun polycaprolactone nanofibers.

Research Seminar

Each class is divided into a Research report and a Paper discussion designed to develop skills needed for scientific presentation.  The student research progress report details the background, reasoning, analyses, critical evaluation of experimental strategies, data analysis and interpretation of their Thesis project. Students are expected to elucidate issues and answer questions from other graduate students and faculty. The research paper discussion is designed to teach students to critically evaluate and present published data in contemporary scientific research articles. Students, in consultation with the course director, select published articles for presentation and discussion. A topic is chosen for each semester. Restricted to MVM graduate students or by special permission of instructor. Fall and Spring semesters.

Instructor(s): Carolyn B. Coyne, PhD, James E. Bina, PhD

Credits: 1