Undergraduate Research introduces students to biomedical research through research-based learning activities. The course covers concept and fundamentals of research methodology and analytical skills through lectures and tutorials and

hands on practice through the planning and implementation of a research project.  

This page elaborate more about the Undergraduate Research opportunities for  students and faculties as well. Students can view examples from their fellow colleagues and can search the details according to depends on his/her interest from

the offered research topics by the faculties.

Undergraduate Research Module

Module Objective      Module Structure     Module Manual      Publications





Undergraduate Research Achievements


Ethical Clearance

Ethical Clearance for Research. Research Integrity embodies a range of good research practice and conduct, which can include intellectual honesty, accuracy, fairness, intellectual property, and protection of human and animal subjects involved in the conduct of research.





Plagiarism is the "wrongful appropriation" and "stealing and publication" of another author's "language, thoughts, ideas, or expressions" and the representation of them as one's own original work. Plagiarism is considered academic dishonesty and a breach of journalistic ethics.


Highlights of Students Publications
  • Murshid Al Fori

    Research Title: "Association of VDR gene variants with polycystic ovarian syndrome in Arab women.


    Student: Murshed Al Foori

    Supervisor: Dr. Maha Al Khaduri, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology


    The research identified VDR gene variants associated with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) in women of Arab ethnicity in Oman. >>> Read more...

  • Abdul Malik AlShamsi5

    Research Title: "Nontechnological Online Challenges Faced by Health

    Professions Students during COVID-19: A Questionnaire Study"


    Student: Abdulmalik Khalid Alshamsi

    Supervisor: Dr. Ken Masters, Department of  Medical Education And Informatics



    Although the value of ERT was acknowledged (as opposed to no learning at all),  SQU CoMHS students revealed a number of non-technological problems that hinder their engagement with the Emergency Remote Teaching (ERT) during the COVID-19 pandemic. (To read more PDF attached >>>)