Institute for Cancer Research and Education (ICaRE)

The goal of ICaRE is to bring together faculty across SUNY Old Westbury around a  common focus on cancer research, and to provide students cutting-edge research  training opportunities and encourage their pursuit of careers in science and medicine.

Summer 2021 Research Program

A laboratory science and investigative experience for high school students  

ICaRE Faculty

Students learn from accomplished researchers how laboratory science is translated into improved human health 

Mission

It is important that undergraduate students be exposed to research to gear up their interest in pursuing graduate study in science or medicine. ICare will provide such opportunities by sponsoring students during the academic year and series of intensive summer undergraduate research programs in which students work in the research labs  of individual faculty members.

Vision

Short Term

Students will engage in research and have the opportunity to present the results of their research in the form of a mandatory poster presentation at college, state wide and national scientific conferences.

Long Term 

Partnerships will be established with Ph.D granting institutions to create joint BS- Ph.D degree. Opportunities in research will be extended to High School students. A core equipment laboratory will be set up for use by all members of ICare Teachers training to be high school science educators will be included in the summer training to enhance their research skills.

Contact

Manya Mascareno

Associate Professor, Chair
Director, ICaRE
Biological Sciences
Institute for Cancer Research and Education (ICaRE)
School of Arts and Sciences
Building
Natural Sciences
Room
S-216
E-mail