STUDENTS

If a Research Mentor has a lab overview video, it is included in their entry in the Directory. You can also view all the mentor videos on YouTube: CSULB Research Mentor Videos, USC Research Mentor Videos. It is recommended that students initiate contact with a mentor to make sure you are a good match. Are you a student that wants to reach out to a mentor but you aren’t sure what to say?Download this template to help you get started.

Clear the search filters to see a list of all BUILD Mentors. To narrow your search, select those institutions, research approaches, and topics that interest you. Checking additional boxes will BROADEN your search and return more results. Checking fewer boxes will NARROW your search.

MENTORS

If you are a mentor and your information is not complete, please update it by clicking on the update icon in the upper right corner of your profile page. If you have questions, contact BUILD.mentors@csulb.edu. If you would like to become a BUILD Research Mentor, please see our Become a Mentor page.

Clear the search filters to see a list of all BUILD Mentors. To narrow your search, select those institutions, research approaches, and topics that interest you. Checking additional boxes will BROADEN your search and return more results. Checking fewer boxes will NARROW your search.

The overarching means of identifying and addressing scientific questions.
Only include mentors affiliated with institutions to which you are willing to travel.
Institution:
CSULB
Department:
Chemical Engineering
Ongoing Projects: I am intrigued by different engineering subjects. My research has been focused on projects in various fields such as pharmaceutical manufacturing,...
Institution:
CSULB
Department:
Chemistry & Biochemistry
Ongoing Projects: Our research uses molecular recognition as a design principle to develop new synthetic molecules that are compatible with and capable of regulating...
Institution:
CSULB
Department:
Chemistry & Biochemistry
Ongoing Projects: Enzyme Inhibition, RNA & Protein Folding, Collagen Molecular Diseases Office: Molecular & Life Sciences Center Building, Room 322