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RIT-NTID RISE Program for Undergraduates: Websites

The Research Initiative for Scientific Enhancement (RISE) is designed for DHH undergraduates who plan to enter Ph.D biomedical and behavioral sciences.


Echoes of Caring in 6 Deaf Doctors (Rochester, NY)

Six Deaf Doctors in Rochester, NY

Deaf Scientist Resources
Deaf Scientists

Deaf Scientists Web Pages

Deaf Research and Centers
National Center for Deaf Health Research (Rochester, NY)

NTID Center on Cognition and Language Learn more about the Deaf Studies Laboratory, Deaf x Laboratory, Sign Language Laboratory, Deaf Health Laboratory, and Deaf Math-Science Language and Learning Lab

Professional Organizations
The Association of Medical Professionals with Hearing Losses

RIT/NTID Grant Programs for NTID Students
NIH Grants $1 Million to RIT/NTID Scientists-in-Training Program for DHH Undergraduates

Rochester Bridges to the Doctorate

Google Web Search

Deaf Health Care Links

ASL Videos for the Deaf Community to better understand research concepts:

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about DWW in ASL Vlog or Text
What is Informed Consent? in ASL Vlog or Text
I want to become a Research Volunteer in ASL Vlog or Text
What is a Randomized Controlled Trial? in ASL Vlog or Text
What is a Cognitive Interview? in ASL Vlog or Text
What is Peer Driven Recruitment? in ASL Vlog
View other Vlogs from the National Center for Deaf Health Research

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