Are you looking for remote research opportunities to boost your future career?. We can help!
Our mission is to provide remote research opportunities for all students around the world. You will work with university faculty from world-renowned universities -not just graduate students- that will help you achieve your dream college or publish a seminal paper.
At IRI you will work with a principal investigator, not just a graduate student. They have years of research and mentorship experience that will deepen your experience.
Robert Malkin, PhD
PhD in Electrical Engineering from Duke University
Areas of Research: Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Global Health.
Available Projects: Impact of medical equipment on human health. Assessing user attitudes towards healthcare technology new. Medical equipment in resource poor settings.
Anna Laucis, MD/PhD
MD/PhD in Oncology from Duke University
Areas of Research: Radiation Oncology.
Available Project: Racial differences in cancer treatment and outcomes; review articles on cancer topics of interest.
Julian Day-Cooney, PhD
PhD in Neuroscience from The University of Chicago
Areas of Research: Neuroscience, Mood, Vision.
Available Project: Investigating the function and interaction of neuromodulatory systems using novel fluorescent sensors.
Fareeda Griffith, PhD
PhD in Sociology from The University of Pennsylvania
Areas of Research: Global Health, Anthropology, Sociology.
Available Projects: Mentoring Women of Color at a Liberal Arts College, The continued legacy of apartheid, Immigrant health outcomes and access.
Bradley Camburn, PhD
PhD in Mechanical Engineering from The University of Texas at Austin, Research Scientist MIT, Chief Engineer, Gilmour Space Technologies
Areas of Research: Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering.
Available Projects: Computer Science: 3D operations modeling at the urban scale, Aerospace Engineering: Electric in-space propulsion, Product design: Rapid prototyping and systems analysis
Dr. David Mills, PhD
PhD in Anatomy & Cell Biology from the University of Illinois Medical Center, University of Illinois at Chicago
Areas of Research: Biological Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, Applied & Natural Sciences, Engineering.
Available Projects: Soft tissue implants for TMJ. Nano particles for wound healing, Effects of low gravity and radiation. Plant growth systems for missions in space.
Diane DellaValle, PhD
PhD in Human Nutrition from Cornell University
Areas of Research: Sport Medicine, Nutrition and Dietetics.
Available Projects: Improving iron status of athletes, effects of biofortified foods on iron status in resource-poor settings.
Tim Antonelli, PhD
PhD in Biomathematics from North Carolina State University
Areas of Research: Biomathematics, Statistics, Genetic Engineering and Society.
Available Projects: Understanding the spread of COVID-19 in the population, mathematical epidemiology in heterogeneous environments, population genetics and dynamics of gene drives
Max Boeck, PhD
PhD in Genome Sciences from the University of Washington
Areas of Research: Genome Sequencing, Transcriptional Regulation.
Example IRI Projects: Computer Science, Supercomputing (big data): transcriptional response to substance abuse and addiction. Possible therapeutic potential of exercise to alleviate substance-abuse related toxicity.
Research mentors facilitate weekly sessions, they guide you and they support you. Our RMs are graduate students of world-renowned universities.
Peer mentors are some of our most advanced alumni; they encourage you to keep going by sharing their experience researching and tips and tricks learned.
Our programs are designed for you to research and learn more about a subject that you are passionate about.
INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH
Is there a specific topic that interests you? This program will help you learn the basics of research and to become an expert on what is currently known, sparking your innate curiosity!
DELIVERABLE: Literature review based on your research interests.
Do you dream big and want the world to know what you are capable of? This is the program that will allow you to do a deep dive into research, develop your own data and contribute to the world's knowledge.
DELIVERABLE: Peer-reviewed, journal article on a question that matters.
IRI-NC RESEARCH CLUB
Do you believe in the power of collaboration? This is your chance to meet like-minded research enthusiasts from around the globe and develop important attitudes, skills, and knowledge related to research and the subject you choose.
DELIVERABLE: Research literature review and possible a peer-reviewed publication.