The Office of Research and Scholarship

At UNE, you’ll enjoy unprecedented opportunities to engage in faculty-led research — even as an undergraduate. There’s no better way to gain hands-on experience and to enrich your education.

Research activity at UNE is coordinated through the Office of Research and Scholarship. We help faculty with funding logistics, training, and infrastructure needs while promoting cross-disciplinary and community partnerships, we help students find research opportunities, and we help government and industry partners connect with UNE researchers.

Check out our blog to see the latest exciting research developments >

Leadership

The Office of Research and Scholarship provides leadership and oversight in research strategy and operations, encompassing the Office of Sponsored Programs, the Office of Research Integrity, the UNE HIPAA Office, and the Fulbright Scholar Program. These offices provide administrative services and compliance oversight to ensure the highest level of ethical standards. 

An Inclusive and Innovative Research Culture

We believe in a culture of inclusion, including intentionally creating opportunities for non-male, non-White scientists, and in creating a scholarly environment that is both innovative and ethical.

Read more about our Mission and Vision >

Current Research

Fruit Flies and Chronic Pain

Look closer at the research that Biology professor Geoffrey Ganter, Ph.D., performs with the help of UNE students. Ganter’s lab focuses on studying fruit flies to understand the cellular, molecular, and genetic mechanisms of chronic pain.

Centers and Institutes

News

Stevenson and undergraduate research students Philomena Richard, Sarah Couture, Emily Payne
UNE's Glenn Stevenson authors paper investigating link between antibiotic use and inflammatory pain reduction
Jennifer Tuttle
Jennifer Tuttle to present at Western History Association Conference
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UNE granted U.N. observer status to attend global climate change conference

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