Research Services

The Office of Research encourages discovery and innovation by providing research services to Roseman faculty, staff, and students.

Research Services

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Ƶ Librarians can assist with student, resident or faculty research projects in variety ways: as an advising resource or consultant who helps direct researchers in their search, or in the case of an extensive research project librarians can assist as a member of a research team.

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The primary responsibility of the Ƶ IRB is to safeguard the rights and welfare of human subjects who participate in research conducted under the auspices of the university and to ensure that subjects are aware of their rights and protections available to them.

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The Grants Administration office provides administrative, contracting, and financial services to assist in the development and management of sponsored projects. The Grants Administration office is the point of contact for all elements of sponsored projects and grants, including proposal development, submission, contractual negotiations, financial reconciliation, and associated reporting. The purpose of the Grants Administration unit is to support the University and its research community with the entire grant lifecycle to encourage research and scholarship.

Policies

Forms

To learn more about grants, policies, and regulations please contact our Grants Administration unit, visit the  website or .

Contact Information

Sonia Jones, BA, MPA, CRA
Director of Grants Administration
11 Sunset Way
Henderson, NV 89014
(702) 822-5104
sjones@roseman.edu

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Ƶ offers 64,400 square feet dedicated to state-of-the-art research laboratories. The laboratories available for faculty and student use along with lab technician assistance consist of bacteria labs, instrument labs, chemistry labs, and cell culture labs. Each lab space is equipped with specialized research instrumentation and equipment such as chemical fume hoods, cell culture hoods, incubators, ultra-low cryogenic freezers, and 4oC refrigerators as well as the below. In addition, there are common areas such as cold rooms, dark rooms, procedure rooms, and cryo-storage rooms available for use.

Instrumentation

Laboratory Access

Research Software Support

 

 

 

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Proteomics at Ƶ

Both highly-specialized equipment (e.g. NanoPro 1000 ultrasensitive capillary-electrophoresis-based nano-fluidic protein analysis system) and fundamental equipment (e.g. conventional Western blot analysis instruments and LI-COR’s Odyssey infra-red imaging system) are available for all of the researchers at Ƶ.  The NanoPro 1000 instrument (higher throughput and 1,000-times more sensitivity compared to conventional Western blotting) analyzes protein expression levels and protein phosphorylation levels with exquisite sensitivity.  The NanoPro 1000 system thus allows for accurate analysis of protein expression/phosphorylation of lower-abundance proteins (previously unrecognized in biological samples when using conventional Western blot techniques) and also allows protein analysis in extremely small sample sizes (e.g. <100 mammalian cells). For more information , please click the link below:

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Graduate Studies Research Seminar Series

Artificial Intelligence and Oral Pathology
- Aldamir Martinez, MBS Student

Is the Use of Antibiotic Prophylaxis per the Guidelines Provided by the American Dental Association and American Heart Association Effective in Preventing Subacute Bacterial Endocarditis in Predisposed Patients?
- Shetu Patel, MBS Student

Wednesday, November 29th, at 3pm PT/4pm MT

10th Annual Ƶ Research Symposium

Thank you for joining us on February 21, 2024 at the
Henderson and South Jordan Campuses!

Areas of Research

Dental Research

The Office of the Associate Dean for Research (ADR) is responsible for the development and enhancement of the research infrastructure at the Ƶ College of Dental Medicine. The ADR leads college-wide strategic growth, transformation and new frontiers of discovery.

Nursing Research

The College of Nursing supports faculty and students in scholarly activities, including the discovery and application of research findings to client care and educational practices.

Pharmacy Research

At the College of Pharmacy, our mission focuses on preparing successful student pharmacists through innovative training in patient care and a commitment to scholarship and research. 

Medical Research

A place where creativity and discovery go hand in hand to make a difference. Our research delves into molecular mechanisms of disease to create new and impactful clinical outcomes. Beyond our commitment to improving treatment, we utilize health disparity research so all our patients have access to proper healthcare. Innovation and change, for everyone.

Graduate Research

Graduate research is designed to enhance student learning and develop graduates who are highly competent academicians, researchers, critical thinkers and lifelong learners.

College of Graduate Studies Seminar Series

Join us at our next seminar or view recordings below.

Recent Publications

Immunology of Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma-A Comprehensive Insight with Recent Concepts

Dr. Kamran Awan