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Medical Students

We place a strong emphasis on collaboration with motivated medical students who are interested in conducting research on asylum-related topics. All client data we collect is stored in a secure, deidentified REDCap database that can be utilized for research purposes. If you are interested in designing your own project or joining a current project, please contact us. See below for resources on how to get a research project started.

  1. Research. We place a strong emphasis on collaboration with motivated medical students who are interested in conducting research on asylum-related topics. All client data we collect is stored in a secure, deidentified REDCap database that can be utilized for research purposes. If you are interested in designing your own project or joining a current project, please contact us. See below for resources on how to get a research project started.
     

    PDF icon WCCHR Research Proposal Template.pdf
    PDF icon WCCHR Research Project Guidelines.pdf
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    Protocol to Obtain an IRB.pdf

     
    For questions regarding prospective or current research projects with the Weill Cornell Center for Human Rights, please contact:

    Nicholas Vernice
    Research Development Coordinator
    Weill Cornell Center for Human Rights 
    nav4001@med.cornell.edu

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