SURME

                  Summer Undergraduate Research Mentored Experience

BIOL-JS03

Membrane Interaction of Mycobacterium tuberculosis Virulence Factors

BIOL-KH01

Neural, cellular and molecular basis of behavioral plasticity

CHEM-CX01

Structural and functional studies for a viral global SUMOylation Inhibitor Gam1

CHEM-CX02

Structural studies of mammalian circadian clock proteins

CHEM-CX03

Unravel the assembly of the giant marine virus CroV

CHEM-DV01

Coordinatively unsaturated bimetallic units

CHEM-JCN01

Self-organized materials for molecular electronics

CHEM-JS01

Ibuprofen as a Chiral Probe of Lipid Metabolism

CHEM-LE01

Novel carbon compounds (fullerenes) for efficient solar cells and as Anti-HIV and Anti-Cancer agents

CHEM-RB01

Biochemical and biophysical characterization of novel chaperonin protein folding mechanisms

CHEM-WL01

Development of a novel non-invasive diagnostic method for early detection cancers

CHEM-XL01

3D paper-based microfluidic lab-on-a-chip devices for low-cost disease diagnosis

CHEM-XL02

Innovative nanotechnology for Biomedical and Environmental applications

CHEM-XL03

Low-cost and sensitive multiplex DNA detection on 3D Paper-based microfluidic biochips

MECH-CS03

Fatigue Testing of Aluminum Foil in Flow-Assisted Stress Corrosion Cracking Environment

PHYS-AEG01

Magnetic nanostructured materials for medical and technological applications

PHYS-HN01

A Pilot Project of Materials Search for Chiral Magnets in the Class of Multiferroics of Spin-Origin

PHYS-JB01

Electrically Conductive Liposomes for Nanoscale Sensors

PHYS-LL01

Using computational approach to study zika virus.

PHYS-LL02

Applying multi-scale simulation approach to reveal the mechanisms of molecular motor directional motions

Program Coordinator



Joseph Ramos - SURME Program Coordinator

Joseph "Joe" Ramos

Campus Office of Undergraduate Research Initiatives

(915) 747-6210

josepra@utep.edu
surme@utep.edu