You are responsible for finding your own supervisor whether you are working on your own research topic or another professor’s/organization’s study. If you do not have a particular faculty in mind, start with researching professor’s bios to see if they are currently doing research that aligns with your interests. Once you find a professor that looks like it may be a good match, contact them to inquire if they have any research opportunities available or if they would be willing to supervise your own research. Be prepared to give them your resume, why you are interested in the subject, and an explanation of what you could contribute. Also, ask parents, family members, and friends of family if they know of any opportunities. Research local hospitals, social service organizations, and local public health departments.