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ISP: Independent Scholarly Project Resources & Services

Feeling lost as you start your ISP? Take a look at Dahlgren resources and services that will make your research process easier and more efficient!

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What is the ISP?

Starting in 2007, the Independent Scholarly Project became a requirement for all Georgetown School of Medicine Students.

Designed to facilitate participation in research, the project allows students to pursue topics of interest and receive mentorship from current researchers.

For more information, please see the links listed below:

Need Individual Help?

Librarians at DML are able to provide extensive research support tailored to your individual project, including:

  • Refining your research question & deciding the appropriate study type
  • Identifying a mentor
  • Performing a thorough literature review
  • Organizing your work (through tools like RefWorks)
  • Determining appropriate tools & instruments to employ
  • Facilitating communication within research teams
  • Suggesting funding and research opportunities

Please contact DML Reference to be matched with an available librarian.

Other Useful Resource Guides

The resource guides listed below provide information we think you may be interested in - if you're researching a specific area, be sure to take a look at our full list of subject-specific guides.

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