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Volunteering in our Labs

This page provides you easy access to the information you need to navigate the volunteer process.

The Volunteer Policy as outlined by the School of Medicine requires the following be included in the volunteer process:

  1. Assess whether it is appropriate for an individual to volunteer in a lab. The department will need to consider factors including the nature of the work in the context of normal hiring processes and labor rules, and the individual's status (i.e., student, minor, visa status).
  2. Select, supervise, and monitor volunteer activities.
  3. Ensure proper documentation is completed (e.g., volunteer service agreement including parent/guardian signature for minors, documentation of training, documentation of hours, and other documentation as appropriate).

Published Research Articles

View complete lists of current research publications by faculty from the Department of Neurological Surgery.

Participate in Clinical Trials

The Department of Neurological Surgery is currently seeking volunteers for clinical trials.

Follow the link to learn more about participating in these studies.

Featured Faculty:

Franck Kalume, PhD

Dr. Kalume investigates a form of epilepsy called Dravet Syndrome, as well as the mechanism that allows the ketogenic high-fat diet to suppress seizures.

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