Fellows are provided the opportunity to complete their research requirements through participation in newly designed research protocols or in many on-going projects.
In order to provide the fellows with the skills needed to complete various types of research projects, early in their fellowship they are required to attend the course, "Methods In Clinical Research I" provided by Tulane University School of Medicine in the Clinical Trials Cooperative (CTC).
Laboratory research experience is provided in the Allergy and Clinical Immunology Research Laboratory under the supervision of Samuel B. Lehrer, Ph.D. In this laboratory, fellows are exposed to performance and interpretation of a wide range of diagnostic assays related to atopic and immunologic diseases. Fellows also have the opportunity for an educational experience in the Histocompatibility and Immunogenetics Laboratory where tissue-typing and cross-match studies are performed. Research opportunities are also offered at the USDA where fellows have the opportunity to join many on-going research projects.
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