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Old 02-23-2017, 04:08 PM   #1
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Default Undergraduate Student Looking for Research Project Ideas

Hi there,

I looked through some threads and didn't see anything that looked like it could help. Please link me to one if I missed it!

I'm taking my first intensive course in Bioinformatics methods and I have to submit a research proposal in a few weeks for an independent project based mostly the analyzing and comparing of data. I can collect my own data if someone comes up with something that would require it, I'd just have to get a faculty sponsor. But I'm looking for ideas that would be doable in half of a normal college semester in terms of presenting something to the professor to show I know how to use the tools and methods taught in the class. Ideally, I'd like something that could be taken on by an undergraduate and have some good results in 3 months, better results in 9, and be wrapping up around 15 months from now.

The professor has advised me to pick something like this if I can/want because of a full year research course required for graduation next year. My interests mainly lies in biomedical (human and animal) at the moment. But I also have an affinity for bacteria and viruses(phages) as well as epigenetics. I have a year of experience in a molecular biology lab studying epigenetics so I might be most comfortable in that area but I love being challenged. Thanks for all the help.
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