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The Opportunities for Undergraduate Research (OUR) is one of the pioneering and flagship program at Shiv Nadar University which has paved the way for undergraduate students to conduct original research with faculty.

Undergraduate students are provided an unprecedented, well-rounded education by synthesizing broad, and strong interdisciplinary foundation with a solid training in their selected discipline - exemplifying the importance of research in the DNA of the University. The OUR program aims to give students hands-on experience in conducting research and doing independent work under faculty supervision. This program has paved the way for students to learn by discovery; have greater student-faculty interaction; expand the level of research activity on campus besides helping to identify and train potential candidates for the University’s graduate programs. Through the program, students are expected to develop foundational understanding of how research is conducted in their disciplines, develop a greater understanding of the information resources available and the way to utilize them as well as how to interpret research outcomes.

e.g. computer science, civil engineering

Dissecting mechanism of TIP60-AR for prostate cancer inhibition

Department of Life Sciences
Dissecting mechanism of TIP60-AR for prostate cancer inhibition

Investigate the role of TIP60-PXR complex in gluconeogenesis

Department of Life Sciences
Investigate the role of TIP60-PXR complex in gluconeogenesis

Overexpression of anti-apoptotic survivin confers therapeutic resistance in all subtypes of breast cancers (BC)

Department of Life Sciences
Overexpression of anti-apoptotic survivin confers therapeutic resistance in all subtypes of breast cancers (BC)

Developing resistance model for identification of the predictive biomarker of GDC-0032 (Taselisib) response in HER2 oncogene-amplified and H1047R Phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase alpha subunit (PIK3CA) mutant breast cancer cells

Department of Life Sciences
Developing resistance model for identification of the predictive biomarker of GDC-0032 (Taselisib) response in HER2 oncogene-amplified and H1047R... read more

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