Yulduz Saidinova’s Profile

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Yulduz Saidinova
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Biomedical Informatics
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Professor Amanda Almond, Ph.D. Health/Social Psychology Research Lab

Professor Amanda Almond, Ph.D. Health/Social Psychology Research Lab

In the psychology research lab, student(s) work with Professor Almond on all aspects of the social science research process. New/On-going research includes: scale validation for self-care behaviors of women enrolled in graduate programs; the effects of microaggression on self-compassion, health promotion, and professional empowerment; and racial identity and attributions of race in the processing of disease-risk messages targeting Black Americans. The student’s role(s) will include: recruitment of subjects for research, identification of psychology programs for soliciting participants, entering data, entering surveys into Qualtrics, data collection and organization, literature searches, annotated bibliographies, and writing literature reviews. Research skills required included CITI certification training for ethical conduct in human subjects research. Skills: library literacy, writing, constructing bibliography, Excel, and Qualtrics (which I will train). Values: ethical access to journal articles, ethical research practices, and inclusion of diverse viewpoints in psychological research. Knowledge: Health psychology content and theory, social psychology and person perception theory, biopsychosocial model, and gender/race studies.

Health/Social Psychology Research Group

Health/Social Psychology Research Group

Students work with Professor Almond on social science research. Here is where we share our thoughts, ideas and interest. We also collaborate on assignments and projects.

My Clubs

NSF-LSAMP

NSF-LSAMP

The Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation Program is funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF). LSAMP or AMP aims to increase the percentage of CUNY students enrolled in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) majors who conduct faculty mentored research prior to graduating or entering industry. Participants of LSAMP receive a stipends up to $4000. The funding is great, but the research experience (locally and abroad) and recommendation letters that participants receive are greater.

BioMedical Informatics Student Club

BioMedical Informatics Student Club

Biomedical Informatics Bachelor (BIB) club is the new major in City Tech and we are the first CUNY School to have this major. The discipline of biomedical informatics has undergone significant growth in the past decade such as finding genes and understanding mutations which cause the genetic diseases. We are advocated to give the student’s opportunity of discovering the new information systems and expands their knowledge in the biomedical field. We want the commitment to the success of all the students and assist them to go further. This is a student-run club which is advised by a faculty member, Professor Eugenia Giannopoulou and Professor Mercer Brugler.