Advanced Research Core
Apply Yourself in Applied Research
In our Advanced Research Core program, you can participate in applications-oriented, graduate-level research projects with the NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine (NYITCOM). Work under the mentorship of a NYITCOM faculty member as you provide technical assistance and intellectual input.
Create Knowledge, Make a Difference
If you’re ready to demonstrate high levels of commitment and dedication, the Advanced Research Core (ARC) program is a pathway to a unique educational experience.
Work with faculty at the NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine (NYITCOM) to support their medical research projects. Be part of the discovery process and actually create knowledge as you help unlock new findings. Work as part of a team while performing basic or applied research. Many ARC projects are published in peer-reviewed journals and presented at national conferences.
Expectations & Opportunities
You’ll be expected to contribute at least eight hours per week toward your ARC project. In addition, NYITCOM faculty may have specific requirements for their research. You’ll also be expected to submit quarterly reports to faculty members and program directors so they can track your progress.
In addition to seeing your research work published in peer-reviewed journals, you’ll also have the opportunity to:
- Participate in NYIT’s Symposium of University Research and Creative Expression (SOURCE), and present findings to member of the NYIT community.
- Help coordinate speakers for the ARC Seminar Series: invite distinguished researchers, organize events, and participate in small-group discussions.
- Grade of B or higher in General Biology I & II and General Chemistry I & II
- Demonstrated interest and dedication to research
- Preferred majors include life sciences, biotechnology, physical therapy, physician assistant studies, occupational therapy, and nursing
Gavin P. McStay, Ph.D.
Department of Life Sciences
Kurt Amsler, Ph.D.
Professor and Associate Dean for Research
Department of Biomedical Sciences