Apply for a unique Research Assistant opportunity and earn 3 or 6 credits.
Research Assistant: 3 Credits
Join an ongoing research project carried out by a DIS faculty member. As a Research Assistant, you collaborate closely with your mentor. By the end of your semester, you will grasp the complexities of the research process. In some cases, short travel with your mentor to European research institutions may occur. All costs are covered by DIS. Information will be provided before the start of the semester.
3-Credit Research Assistantships include:
- Research Assistant: Cultural Learning and Study Abroad
- Research Assistant: Danish Design in Post-WW2 America
- Research Assistant: Identifying Changes in Brain Structure Associated with a High Risk for Affective Disorders and Resilience to Illness Onset
- Research Assistant: Investigating Past Conditions of the Greenland Ice Sheet
- Research Assistant: Mammography Screening: Efficacy, Benefits, and Harms
Research Assistant: 6 Credits
Advance your knowledge within the natural and health sciences. Matched with a Copenhagen-based research institution and a mentor, you participate in existing research where you develop your clinical and laboratory skills.
6-Credit Research Assistantships include:
- International arrhythmia screening, Department of Cardiology, Hvidore University Hospital
- Characterizing functional properties of purified human ion channel proteins, University of Copenhagen Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
- Advanced imaging technology in cardiac disease, Department of Cardiology, Hvidore University Hospital
During my semester, I worked with the Department of Neuroscience and Pharmacology at the University of Copenhagen, investigating the underlying pathophysiological mechanisms behind the development of muscle contractures in patients with cerebral palsy.
After pursuing research abroad, I developed more specific interests in neuroscience and highly tuned my lab skills. When returning to my home university, I began researching in a lab that I realized aligned more with my academic interests, which would not have been possible without my experience at DIS.”
-Max, Occidental College