2009-lab-application - Application for Student Research...

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Application for Student Research Positions in O’Brien Lab Summer/Fall 2009 Introduction Research in the O’Brien lab centers on studies designed to better understand mineral metabolism and bone health in infants, children, and pregnant and lactating women in both developed and developing countries. We are currently involved in several studies that address issues of Calcium and Iron metabolism. Please see the Research Section at our Lab webpage to view information about ongoing studies in our laboratory. http://author.human.cornell.edu/che/DNS/obrien/research.cfm What is expected from you as a member of our laboratory? Attendance. All students must attend their scheduled work hours. If you are unable to attend, advance notice must be given to Tera Kent trk8@cornell.edu so that others can be brought in to complete any time urgent work as needed. Literature meetings/presentations . We encourage students to develop skills in discussing and critiquing published research studies on related topics in our weekly journal club meetings. Being able to read and critically analyze journal articles is a skill that is important for anyone
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2010 for the course CHEM ORGANIC CH taught by Professor Dotsevisogah during the Spring '09 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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