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Research Opportunities

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Want to get involved? Find a research project to become a part of and talk to a professor today.

Interested in summer research at Hope College? For more details about the 2014 Biology Summer Research Program click on link below.

Faculty Research

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on-campus

Assessing the Role of Endophytic Fungi in Managed and Natural Ecosystems

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on-campus

Can Students at Hope College Help Find a Cure for Cancer?

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on-campus

Regulation of Membrane Transporters by Reactive Oxygen Species

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on-campus

Horizontal Gene Transfer of Cholorplast Genes in the Parasitic Plant Balanophora

Picture of Researcher Principal Investigator Dr. Jianhua Li learn more
on-campus

Molecular Regulation of Lipid Metabolism

Picture of Researcher Principal Investigator Dr. Virginia McDonough learn more
on-campus

Kinase dependent mechanisms regulating stem cell populations during embryogenesis.

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on-campus

Interactions of soil microbes and pioneer plant seeds

Picture of ResearcherPicture of Researcher Dr. Kathy Winnett-Murray and Dr. K. Greg Murray learn more
off-campus

Dozens of Research Opportunities on ECOLOG

Various positions for undergrads advertised on this site.

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