Stipends are provided to SHP Students to work on Research or a Scholarly Activity Project with SHP Faculty Members during the summer. Examples of Scholarly Activity may include abstract, manuscript preparation, library research, presentation (invited, national regional), book chapter or book review, conference paper or software program as in a survey research.
||Analysis and evaluation of transcriptomic patterns in smoking patients with lung adenocarcinoma
||Effect of head trauma in intimate partner violence
|| Non-pharmaceutical Management of Chronic Pain in Persons Living with HIV: A Scoping Review
||Tele-yoga for the management of dystonia
||VCYCLE Increases Exercise Intensity for Persons with PD
||Rutgers Nutrition & Kidney Database (RNKD)
||Development of a Scoping Review of Current Practices for the Provision of Trauma-informed Health Care, Research, and Education of Future Health Care Providers
||Predictors of grit level and growth mindset of the Department of Clinical and Preventive Nutrition Sciences students.
||Large Granular Lymphocytes: Identification and Enumeration by Digital Image Analysis
||Validation and reliability of the Nepali version of the global physical activity questionnaire (GPAQ).
||Frequency specific changes in dynamic functional connectivity
|| Positive PTSD screening and health correlates
A stipend of $1,000.00 will be awarded to each student who completes an agreed upon project in a six to eight week period during the summer.
Interns must be SHP graduate students, with preference given to students who are less than half way through their Program. Faculty Researchers must have a terminal degree for the research component, however, this criteria is not required for the Scholarly Activity. Where required, research must be approved by the proper Institutional Review Board.