Research Opportunities

  • Through our on-campus research facility, Windward Islands Research and Education Foundation (WINDREF), and our dual-degree programs, our students enjoy unique research opportunities in areas such as veterinary public health, anthropology, ecology, marine and terrestrial biology, and ethics.
  • St. George’s state-of-the-art aquatic laboratory and marine center, which supports freshwater and saltwater aquariums, also houses equipment for research and lab work that opens up opportunities for research in a variety of topics, including marine populations, habitats, and aquaculture.
  • The University’s commitment to original research has enabled our professors and students to make globally recognized discoveries in areas of renewable energy, zoonotics, and public health, among others.
  • The Veterinary Research Initiative provides vet students with the ability to work on research with faculty mentors who provide hands-on training and guidance in the field and in the lab.