If you have been approved for federal work study you may contact the supervisors below to apply for their listed positions. All positions will be compensated at $15.48 per hour.
Shinichi Asano, Ph.D.
The research in my laboratory is focused on vascular physiology with the aim of understanding the mechanisms of inflammation mediated vascular pathologies. Currently, the goal of our lab is to determine how sex influences asthma associated vascular dysfunction. Students will conduct general preclinical lab duties including small animal handling, organ bath, western blot, immunohistochemistry, and ELISA. Students are required to have previous experience with these wet lab skills. Other duties will include data management, data analysis, statistical analysis, and the presentation of findings at conferences. (More positions available if willing to rotate shifts/schedules).
Cameron Felty, D.O.
Scan (pathology) slides using Aperio system.
The WVSOM Center for Rural and Community Health aims to drive engagement in rural health across campus, Greenbrier Valley, and the state through community-centric, evidence-based education and training, research, and dynamic outreach and engagement initiatives. In collaboration with WVSOM and community-based partners, this position will:
Work study students will be assistants for the Founders Activity Center (Gym) and would assist the Office of Student Life in ensuring that the equipment is in working order as well as being accessed by those with proper credentials. Student assistants will also assist the Office of Student Life in ensuring that all visitors of the Gym adhere to any and all recommended rules and restrictions as posted. (Up to 4 positions available if willing to rotate shifts/schedules).
Assist the Media Services Department and, specifically the Media Specialist in the day-to-day operations of the A/V equipment in the Technology Building classrooms. (Would like 2 students from year 2, & 2 from year 1, alternating each week).
Kathy Hoke, MS
The overall duty of this position will be to help develop board prep resources in user friendly, easily accessible methods.
Lauren E. Miller, D.O.
Library searches for journal articles, learning how to use a reference manage, learning about clinical quality projects and helping with them. Data abstraction at RCBC, planning and implementing quality projects, preparing posters for presentation, assisting with projects at RCBC, helping with educational materials, seeing patients and performing preventative care exams with physician.
Scanning WVSOM photos and organizing them into a historical archive filing system that will be explained. (More positions available if willing to rotate schedule/shifts).