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Below is a list of open undergraduate research opportunities. Please be aware that these are not the only available positions for undergraduates to get involved in research at Ohio State. Typically, students seek their position out by following the "3 Steps to Getting Involved." The Office of Undergraduate Research & Creative Inquiry is here to help students through this process; please visit our homepage to schedule an advising appointment with a staff member! 

  
  
  
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Project NameMuseum Study Skin Preparation
General Field of StudyOrganismal Biology
Faculty Member LeadDr. Andreas Chavez, EEOB
Project Description
The Chavez Lab in the Department of Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology and the Museum of Biological Diversity at OSU is looking for volunteer Lab Assistants to help with museum specimen preparation! We are studying the process of diversification in mammals and are interested in how and why mammalian species adapt and become new species. We are working on a variety of wild mammal studies, including genomics of adaptation and speciation in tree squirrels, venom evolution in shrews, comparative evolution of color pattern in squirrels, conservation genetics in gophers, and so on…For more information about the lab, visit our website: http://www.aschavez.com. The animals that are being prepped have been collected for research (DNA and morphological studies) and will eventually join the natural history collection at the Museum of Biological Diversity at OSU (https://tetrapods.osu.edu/). Specimen preparation will take place in the Chavez Lab in Aronoff.
Position Description
No experience is required, but this type of work involves dissecting animals, extracting tissues to be placed in cryogenic tubes, skinning animals, and then stuffing and sewing animals as museum study skins. Attention to detail, ability to carefully follow directions, and fine motor skills are necessary. For those interested we require a minimum of at least one 3-hour time block/week to dedicate to prepping an entire specimen in one day. We are also favoring students that can commit for 6 months or more. The selection of students for this position is highly dependent on whether their schedule overlaps wit our lab assistant who will be training new preparators.

If you are interested please fill out the following 2 links (information about yourself & availability during the week for Autumn 2019):
https://forms.gle/WU7gfwq4odU28MKU9
http://whenisgood.net/9xaqrzb
Please indicate any required or desired skills or qualifications that may be needed:Interest of ability to dissect animals
What rank of students are encouraged to apply?
None
What majors of students are encouraged to apply?
Biology, zoology, EEOB, and wildlife majors are encouraged to apply
What are the approximate number of hours per week that the student is expected to be participating in the research?
3
Which semester would the student begin their work?
Autumn 2019
Approximately how many semesters or months do you predict this research postion lastingongoing
Will the student be working for academic credit, salary/stipend, work-study experience, or voluntary experience?voluntary
End Date8/1/2020
How/who should interested students contact?Stephanie Secic (secic.2@buckeyemail.osu.edu)
What information should applicants provide?
Fill out both links provided in the position description
Is there any additional information that you would like to provide?
Fill out both links provided in the position description
 
Project NameMaintaining and generate stable cell lines for super-resolution imaging
General Field of StudyCell Biology and Molecular Biology
Faculty Member LeadLi-Chun Tu, Department of Biological Chemistry and Pharmacology
Project Description
Student Research Assistants will be trained in generating lab reagents, maintaining/engineering human cell lines, and familiarizing with biosafety level II. We are studying chromatin organization and regulations of gene expressions in living human cells by using super-resolution imaging techniques and biochemical assays. How cells survive after cancer drug treatment? How the human genome reorganizes to turn on/off specific genes for maintaining homeostasis? For more information, please visit our website: http://u.osu.edu/tulab. Highly motivated students can request an independent research project and attend conferences to present their results.
Position Description
The student assistant(s) will work on DNA extraction from bacteria and/or from human cells, maintaining human cell lines and perform DNA delivery to live cells using chemical/electroporation/viral methods. The student assistant(s) will be trained on fluorescence-activated cell sorting (FACS) if the time is sufficient. We prefer the student assistant(s) to come minimally 6 hours per week (2 hours/day and three days a week). This job requires attention to details and excellent ability of note-taking. We prefer student assistants who can commit for 6 months or more and who can work in the summer.
Please indicate any required or desired skills or qualifications that may be needed:No experience is required. Students with some research experience is preferred.
What rank of students are encouraged to apply?
Sophomores and juniors in Honors or Scholars programs.
What majors of students are encouraged to apply?
Biology, Neuroscience, Physics, Biological Engineering, Chemistry, Molecular Genetics, Pharmacology, Biomedical Sciences
What are the approximate number of hours per week that the student is expected to be participating in the research?
During semesters, 6-15 hours/week, full time in summer
Which semester would the student begin their work?
As soon as possible
Approximately how many semesters or months do you predict this research postion lasting3-6 semesters including summer
Will the student be working for academic credit, salary/stipend, work-study experience, or voluntary experience?Voluntary, but can be paid. Research credit is also available.
End Date4/30/2020
How/who should interested students contact?Emails to tu.277@osu.edu
What information should applicants provide?
(1) Current CV with GPA and relevant experience
(2) Schedule and availability
(3) At least one reference
Is there any additional information that you would like to provide?
Students who have other jobs please do not apply.
 
Project NameHistory of Negro Motorists Greenbooks
General Field of StudyHistory
Faculty Member LeadTrevon D. Logan, Department of Economics
Project Description
 A successful candidate will be joining an international research team of economists studying the dynamics of discrimination in public accommodations in the pre-Civil Rights era. We are looking for a dedicated and meticulous research assistant to undertake a library search and literature review of the history of Negro Motorist Green Books (commonly referred to as the Green Books).

During the Jim Crow era finding overnight accommodations, purchasing gasoline, and having a meal on the road posed major challenges for African American motorists, particularly in the American South. The Green Books provided a listing of establishments across the U.S. that would serve African American customers. The aim of this project is to combine information from the Green Book directories and the U.S. Census of Business to create a measure of "access to services" in different towns/counties that allows for comparison across time and space of the discrimination facing African Americans. 

Position Description

The central tasks of this position are:
(1) A careful search for primary documents and also secondary sources, guided by recently published histories of the Green Books. Extensive use will be made of Lexis Nexis and other historical newspaper databases.
(2) The production of an annotated bibliography of sources that are deemed of interest to the research team.
Please indicate any required or desired skills or qualifications that may be needed:Experience conducting independent research using digital and print sources, searching and accessing historical newspaper databases and archives
What rank of students are encouraged to apply?
Third and Fourth Year Students
What majors of students are encouraged to apply?
History or related discipline
What are the approximate number of hours per week that the student is expected to be participating in the research?
12-20
Which semester would the student begin their work?
Spring Semester 2020
Approximately how many semesters or months do you predict this research postion lastingThree
Will the student be working for academic credit, salary/stipend, work-study experience, or voluntary experience?Salary/Stipend, Academic Credit, or Work Study Experience
End Date2/28/2020
How/who should interested students contact?Trevon D. Logan (logan.155@osu.edu)
What information should applicants provide?
Resume and Unofficial Transcript
Is there any additional information that you would like to provide?
 
Project NameBiophysical Analysis of Human Mismatch Repair
General Field of StudyBiochemistry, Molecular Genetics, Biophysics
Faculty Member LeadRichard Fishel, PhD Cancer Biology and Genetics
Project Description
The Fishel lab studies Mismatch Repair (MMR) and Homologous Recombination Repair (HRR) and the biophysical and genetic interactions between these two pathways. Our biophysical analysis includes the development of single molecule imaging technologies that allow the real-time visualization of the dynamic processes associated with protein-protein and protein-DNA interactions, as well as live cell single molecule analysis of DNA repair processes. We are looking for talented undergraduates interested in medical research. This is a volunteer position, part time during the academic year, potentially full time over the summer.
Position Description
Depending on the experience of the undergraduate, the lab duties may initially be limited to supportive tasks (such as preparing solutions) with the expectation of advancing to an individual medical research project. For more information about our research visit our website at
Please indicate any required or desired skills or qualifications that may be needed:Intro Biology and Chemistry courses
What rank of students are encouraged to apply?
Second semester freshmen, sophomores, honors students or regular students with at least a 3.5 GPA
What majors of students are encouraged to apply?
Physics, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Biology, Biomedical Sciences and Pharmaceutical Sciences
What are the approximate number of hours per week that the student is expected to be participating in the research?
10-15hrs/ week in blocks of no less than 2 hrs, 8am-5pm M-F. Fulltime in the summer
Which semester would the student begin their work?
Spring 2020
Approximately how many semesters or months do you predict this research postion lastingAt least one year, part time during school year and full time possible in the summer
Will the student be working for academic credit, salary/stipend, work-study experience, or voluntary experience?voluntary experience, academic credit
End Date2/21/2020
How/who should interested students contact?Email molgenlab1@gmail.com 
What information should applicants provide?
Resume, unofficial transcript, class schedule including extracurriculars
Is there any additional information that you would like to provide?
 
Project NameRetroviral Integration
General Field of StudyVirology
Faculty Member LeadKristine Yoder, PhD Cancer Biology and Genetics
Project Description
Retroviruses have an RNA genome. After the virus enters a cell, the viral enzyme reverse transcriptase copies the RNA into a linear double-stranded cDNA. The viral cDNA is part of a complex of viral and host proteins termed the pre-integration complex (PIC). The PIC includes the viral enzyme integrase. The PIC moves to the nucleus where integrase catalyzes the covalent joining of the viral cDNA genome to the host DNA. Some retroviral integrases, including HIV-1 and Prototype foamy virus (PFV) integrases, form a tetramer with the viral DNA. Other retroviruses have an octamer of integrase, such as mouse mammary tumor virus (MMTV). We are interested in how these integrase complexes search the target chromatin for an integration site. How does the search happen when DNA is bound by nucleosomes in the context of chromatin? What features of nucleosomes and/or integrase are important for the search? These are key questions we are trying to answer.
Position Description
We are looking for talented undergraduates interested in medical research. This is a volunteer position, part time during the academic year, potentially full time over the summer. Depending on the experience of the undergraduate, the lab duties may initially be limited to supportive tasks (such as preparing solutions) with the expectation of advancing to an individual medical research project. For more information about our research visit our website at https://u.osu.edu/yoder.176/research-2/research/

Please indicate any required or desired skills or qualifications that may be needed:Preferred introductory chemistry and biology coursework.
What rank of students are encouraged to apply?
Second semester freshmen and sophomores.
What majors of students are encouraged to apply?
Virology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Biology, Biomedical Sciences and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Physics honors students or regular students with at least a 3.5 GPA interested in undergraduate research. 
What are the approximate number of hours per week that the student is expected to be participating in the research?
10-15hrs/week during the school year, full time in summer
Which semester would the student begin their work?
Spring 2020
Approximately how many semesters or months do you predict this research postion lastingAt least one year
Will the student be working for academic credit, salary/stipend, work-study experience, or voluntary experience?volunteer experience, academic credit
End Date2/21/2020
How/who should interested students contact?yoderlabosu@gmail.com
What information should applicants provide?
Resume, unofficial transcript and current class schedule, including extacurriculars
Is there any additional information that you would like to provide?
 
Project NameSEMI-ME Lab - School of Communication Research
General Field of StudySoftware Development
Faculty Member LeadSilvia Knobloch-Westerwick
Project Description
The SEMI-ME research lab at the School of Communication at
The Ohio State University is a collaborative group of
researchers examining how people select and consume
media, and what effects this has. The group conducts cutting-edge
research, using novel experimental designs to
examine modern media issues. Research covers a range of
topics from politics, health, entertainment, and news.
Position Description
Extend and maintain SERA application (Selective Exposure
Research Application) that simulates mediated
communication environments (e.g., news aggregators like
GoogleNews, social media such as Facebook or lnstagram)
for the purpose of tracking what messages individuals select.
Please indicate any required or desired skills or qualifications that may be needed:Java, HTML, CSS, MySQL, PHP, Ruby on Rails, Angular/Bootstrap
What rank of students are encouraged to apply?
Sophomore & Junior
What majors of students are encouraged to apply?
Computer Science Engineering
What are the approximate number of hours per week that the student is expected to be participating in the research?
5-9
Which semester would the student begin their work?
SP20
Approximately how many semesters or months do you predict this research postion lasting2-4 semesters (or until graduation)
Will the student be working for academic credit, salary/stipend, work-study experience, or voluntary experience?Academic credit, volunteer experience, paid work available upon research project funding
End Date3/28/2020
How/who should interested students contact?knobloch-westerw.1@osu.edu
What information should applicants provide?
statement of interest, resume, programming experience,
references if available
Is there any additional information that you would like to provide?
GPA of 3.5 or higher
 
Project NameListeria monocytogenes interactions with different cell types
General Field of StudyMicrobial Infection and Immunity/Microbiology
Faculty Member LeadDr. Stephanie Seveau, Microbial Infection and Immunity
Project Description
The Seveau Lab focuses on the foodborne pathogen Listeria monocytogenes. The student will learn the infectious cycle of Listeria monocytogenes, as well as the immune response to the pathogen, under the guidance of graduate students.  For more information on on-going projects in the lab please see, https://microbiology.osu.edu/people/seveau.1
Position Description
We are looking for two highly motivated students that are interested in infectious disease. The students may be trained to assist with the collection or analysis of experimental data. The students may be considered for lab management responsibilities depending on interest and abilities. The students will be expected to help with lab maintenance tasks, and should be organized and committed to research. As the each student gains experience in the lab, they may begin working on their own project under the supervision of a graduate student.
Please indicate any required or desired skills or qualifications that may be needed:No experience necessary but prior research experience (even if limited) is preferred
What rank of students are encouraged to apply?
We prefer first or second year students, but the application is open to all
What majors of students are encouraged to apply?
Preferred but not required: biological sciences or related majors
What are the approximate number of hours per week that the student is expected to be participating in the research?
10-15 in both semester and summer (if applicable)
Which semester would the student begin their work?
Spring or Summer 2020
Approximately how many semesters or months do you predict this research postion lastingup to 4 semesters or until graduation
Will the student be working for academic credit, salary/stipend, work-study experience, or voluntary experience?voluntary experience and academic credit possible
End Date3/11/2020
How/who should interested students contact?puleo.14@buckeyemail.osu.edu  johnson.6926@buckeyemail.osu.edu  azari.3@buckeyemail.osu.edu  Please send interest email to all three of us. Thank you!
What information should applicants provide?
Resume/CV, GPA, and relevant coursework
Is there any additional information that you would like to provide?
N/A
 
Project NameEmergency Medicine Undergraduate Research Assistant
General Field of StudyEmergency Medicine
Faculty Member LeadOlivia-Marie Groves, Nationwide Children's Hospital
Project Description
The Emergency Medicine Research Team at Nationwide Children’s Hospital is looking for outgoing and energetic undergraduates to help screen and enroll patients as part of our research initiatives. We are committed to excellence in research. As a member of the nationwide research consortium PECARN (Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network), you will have the opportunity to be involved in cutting edge pediatric emergency care research. Volunteering with the Emergency Medicine Research Team will immerse you in the fast-paced environment of one of the nation’s busiest Emergency Departments while interacting with various patient care team members to conduct high quality clinical research.
Position Description
The Undergraduate Research Assistant will:
▪ Assist the research staff in the ED by screening and enrolling patients in multiple research studies
▪ Perform administrative duties such as data entry, making copies, refilling enrollment packets, and restocking supplies
▪ Learn about multiple aspects of pediatric emergency care through observation and interaction with all members of the patient care team
Please indicate any required or desired skills or qualifications that may be needed:Currently enrolled in an undergraduate program, possess an overall GPA of >3.19, commitment of 1 academic year
What rank of students are encouraged to apply?
Current freshmen, sophomores and juniors
What majors of students are encouraged to apply?
Pre-health
What are the approximate number of hours per week that the student is expected to be participating in the research?
6 hours/week
Which semester would the student begin their work?
Autumn 2020
Approximately how many semesters or months do you predict this research postion lastingTwo semesters (August 2020-Spring 2021)
Will the student be working for academic credit, salary/stipend, work-study experience, or voluntary experience?This is a volunteer experience
End Date3/6/2020
How/who should interested students contact?EMURA@nationwidechildrens.org
What information should applicants provide?
Name
Major
Rank
Is there any additional information that you would like to provide?
 
Project NameLanguage and Cognition for Adults with Cochlear Implants
General Field of StudyMedicine (Otolaryngology)
Faculty Member LeadAaron Moberly, MD - Department of Otolaryngology
Project Description
Our studies aim to investigate the perceptual processes used by adults with cochlear implants to understand speech. Cochlear implants (CIs) provide a degraded representation of the spectro-temporal information within speech signals, and individuals with CIs must take this degraded information and form a meaningful speech percept from it. This study aims to examine whether the manner in which CI users organize these degraded auditory signals into meaningful perceptual constructs, as well as their access to fundamental properties of the speech signal, play a significant role in their ultimate speech perception. By doing so, methods may be developed to improve ultimate language outcomes for patients with CIs.

Our multidisciplinary study team's objective is to examine language and cognitive factors as predictors of success in speech recognition for adults with CIs and adults with normal hearing (NH), including both older and younger NH adults, as well as preoperative candidates for CI.
Position Description
Functions as a Student Research Assistant providing support for administrative and research tasks associated with research being conducted in the Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery; completes programming tasks in Matlab; performs data entry and prepares data for analysis; assists with study coordination; performs data querying and general project support; performs other routine lab maintenance and other duties as assigned; provides assistance in support of clinical research studies; assists with data maintenance & reporting of clinical research.
Please indicate any required or desired skills or qualifications that may be needed:Prior programming experienced in Matlab required. Prior research experience a plus.
What rank of students are encouraged to apply?
Sophomore – Senior
What majors of students are encouraged to apply?
Engineering, computer science, or related discipline
What are the approximate number of hours per week that the student is expected to be participating in the research?
10
Which semester would the student begin their work?
Spring 2020
Approximately how many semesters or months do you predict this research postion lastingAt least 2 semesters
Will the student be working for academic credit, salary/stipend, work-study experience, or voluntary experience?$8.70-10.00 per hour
End Date3/31/2020
How/who should interested students contact?Kara Vasil, AuD - kara.vasil@osumc.edu
What information should applicants provide?
Please apply at the OSUWMC careers posting here: https://wexnermedical.osu.edu/careers/current-openings/students/457670
Is there any additional information that you would like to provide?
Contact kara.vasil@osumc.edu with any questions.
 
Project NameStudying Teaching Methods in Cultural Anthropology
General Field of StudyCultural Anthropology
Faculty Member LeadDr. Mark Moritz and Dr. Barbara Piperata, Department of Anthropology
Project Description
The goal of this project is to assess the state of methods training in cultural anthropology. We use two datasets in this project: (1) data from a survey of 142 anthropology instructors about their opinions about methods training; and (2) data from 140 anthropology methods syllabi. The goal is to describe the variation in instructor’s opinions and the way they teach methods.
Position Description
You will be managing the data set and using simple statistics to describe and analyze the data. You will work independently but you will meet at least once a week with one of the faculty leads. You will keep track of your work in a log and write up the results from the statistical analysis in a weekly report.
Please indicate any required or desired skills or qualifications that may be needed:The following skills / experience are required: (1) experience using Microsoft Excel; and (2) experience with statistical analysis.
What rank of students are encouraged to apply?
All students can apply.
What majors of students are encouraged to apply?
Anthropology majors.
What are the approximate number of hours per week that the student is expected to be participating in the research?
5 to 10 hours per week
Which semester would the student begin their work?
Spring 2020 Semester
Approximately how many semesters or months do you predict this research postion lastingTwo months
Will the student be working for academic credit, salary/stipend, work-study experience, or voluntary experience?We pay $12.50 per hour
End Date2/26/2020
How/who should interested students contact?Email Dr. Mark Moritz at moritz.42@osu.edu
What information should applicants provide?
Please send an email with your resume and a brief description of your Microsoft Excel and statistical skills and experience.
Is there any additional information that you would like to provide?
 
Project NameSelf and Social Motivation Laboratory
General Field of StudySocial Psychology
Faculty Member LeadDr. Jennifer Crocker, Department of Psychology
Project Description
Our lab studies people's social motivations. In one line of research, we look at how people's goals affect their romantic relationships and how people thrive in the face of challenge and find a purpose. In another line of research, we examine how people respond to workplace diversity and how we can decrease prejudice in society.
Position Description
Typical responsibilities include recruiting and running participants in studies, data entry and coding, literature reviews, creating stimuli for studies, and many more opportunities. If you haven't had experience with any of these skills - don't worry! No previous knowledge is required to join.
Please indicate any required or desired skills or qualifications that may be needed:No previous research experience is required.
What rank of students are encouraged to apply?
All years
What majors of students are encouraged to apply?
All majors
What are the approximate number of hours per week that the student is expected to be participating in the research?
At least 6 hours per week
Which semester would the student begin their work?
Fall 2020
Approximately how many semesters or months do you predict this research postion lastingAt least two semesters
Will the student be working for academic credit, salary/stipend, work-study experience, or voluntary experience?Academic credit or volunteer
End Date3/27/2020
How/who should interested students contact?https://faculty.psy.ohio-state.edu/crocker/lab/opportunities.php
What information should applicants provide?
Please see this link to complete the application: https://faculty.psy.ohio-state.edu/crocker/lab/opportunities.php
Is there any additional information that you would like to provide?
 
Project NameUndergraduate Research Assistant
General Field of StudyCardiac Physiology
Faculty Member LeadPeter Mohler, College of Medicine
Project Description
The Mohler Lab focused on uncovering the mechanisms underlying abnormal heart rhythms and heart failure in children and young adults with the goals of designing new therapies for diseases at the level of the individual as well as population. Volunteering in the Mohler Lab will immerse you in the basics of wet lab research while studying under one of the leading researchers in the cardiac physiology field.
Position Description
Undergraduate Research Assistants will:
Assist research staff with data collection and analysis
Make solutions for experiments
Assist with laboratory maintenance
Learn how to keep a scientific notebook
Learn how to read and interpret scientific data
Please indicate any required or desired skills or qualifications that may be needed:No experience necessary
What rank of students are encouraged to apply?
First and second year students are preferred, but the application is open to all.
What majors of students are encouraged to apply?
Biological sciences or related majors
What are the approximate number of hours per week that the student is expected to be participating in the research?
10-15 hours per week during the semester; up to 20 hours during the summer
Which semester would the student begin their work?
Spring or Summer 2020
Approximately how many semesters or months do you predict this research postion lastingUp until graduation
Will the student be working for academic credit, salary/stipend, work-study experience, or voluntary experience?Voluntary experience with the potential for academic credit.
End Date3/20/2020
How/who should interested students contact?Interested students should contact Jordan Williams at jordan.williams@osumc.edu
What information should applicants provide?
Resume/CV, GPA, relevant coursework
Is there any additional information that you would like to provide?
N/A
 
Project NameRole of spectrins in cardiac health and disease
General Field of StudyCardiovascular research
Faculty Member LeadDr. Sakima Smith, Davis Heart and Lung Research Institute
Project Description
Our lab is interested in studying cardiac structural proteins, specifically spectrins. Spectrins help maintain cell integrity and are involved in signal transduction pathways as well. Our lab is investigating the effect of loss of spectrins on cardiac functions. Additionally, we are investigating the side effects of different anticancerous drugs on the heart.
Position Description
We are looking for talented undergraduates interested in medical research. This is a volunteer position, part time during the academic year, potentially full time over the summer. Volunteering in the Smith Lab will immerse you in the basics of wet lab research. Depending on the experience of the undergraduate, the lab duties may initially be limited to supportive tasks (such as weaning mice, genotyping and making solutions) then you will gradually learn more complex procedures/techniques such as western blotting, cell staining, co-immunoprecipitation, cell culture, blood pressure monitoring and ECGs.
Please indicate any required or desired skills or qualifications that may be needed:No experience necessary but prior research experience (even if limited) is preferred. Summer availability is a must (no less than 20-30 hours)
What rank of students are encouraged to apply?
Second semester freshmen and sophomores, honors students or regular students with at least a 3.5 GPA
What majors of students are encouraged to apply?
Biological sciences or related majors (e.g. pre-med, neuroscience, etc.)
What are the approximate number of hours per week that the student is expected to be participating in the research?
10-15hrs/week during the school year,  in the summer no less than 20-30 hours
Which semester would the student begin their work?
Second semester freshmen and sophomores.
Approximately how many semesters or months do you predict this research postion lastingup until graduation
Will the student be working for academic credit, salary/stipend, work-study experience, or voluntary experience?Voluntary experience with the potential of academic credit
End Date3/20/2020
How/who should interested students contact?mohamed.derbala@osumc.edu
What information should applicants provide?
Resume/CV, GPA, and relevant coursework (if found)
Is there any additional information that you would like to provide?