Student Research Group

The Marquette University School of Dentistry Student Research Group exists to promote, support, and nurture the interests of dental student researchers during their tenure at the school of dentistry. The SRG represents a local dental school chapter of the American Association of Dental Research National Student Research Group (AADR NSRG) and is a student-run organization guided by input from faculty advisers. This organization serves to foster an environment where students actively engaged or interested in research/scholarship can enrich their academic environment and pursue common goals. 

Student Research Group officers

  • President - Rabeea Vanevenhoven
  • Vice President - Adam Sorenson
  • Secretary - Allison Shubert
  • Treasure- Samantha Marti
  • D4 Rep - Kyle Hresko
  • D3 Rep - Casey Nick
  • D2 Rep - Seth Butcher
  • D1 Rep - Charlie Hauge
  • Research Day Committee - Amy Zelko and Ethan Schuler

News

  • Congratulations to the newly elected officers!
  • The Creative Clinician— a guide to preparing a poster for presentation
  • Poster template
  • SRG members can apply for the MUSoD Student Research Grants.

Upcoming events

Journal Club

Member benefits

There are many benefits to joining the student research group.

  • SRG members are eligible for SRG-funded trips to conferences where they are presenting research
  • SRG students get the first look at available research opportunities.
  • Research awards will be given only to SRG members.
  • There will be special journal clubs and other events for SRG members only.
  • The MUSoD SRG is a member of the national SRG
  • Participation in fundraising events

Presentations

Research at Marquette

Student Research Group

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