A goal of the Idaho INBRE Program is to provide research opportunities to Idaho undergraduate students and serve as a pipeline for these students to continue in health research careers. A broad base of students with interest, enthusiasm, and knowledge in science is a necessary first step to develop the next generation of biomedical researchers.
The Idaho INBRE Program is funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Institute of General Medical Sciences Institutional Development Award (IDeA). Dr. James Groome is the ISU INBRE Program Director and can be reached at email@example.com.
In 2014, the program received a $16.3 million five-year renewal grant, which is administered by the University of Idaho (UI). This INBRE renewal brings about $1 million to ISU. The new INBRE funding will:
support 10-15 undergrads per summer as research fellows
support two to three graduate doctoral students per year
provide cutting-edge biomedical research equipment for faculty research and student training
provide fund seed and start-up grants for faculty
Since 1991, INBRE has funded over 95 summer undergraduate Fellows. The 2019 Summer Fellowship Program starts on Monday, May 20, 2019.
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ISU summer undergraduate researchers head to Idaho INBRE Conference
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Nicki Aubuchon-Endsley, Ph.D.
Jared Barrott, Ph.D.
Karl Dejesus, Ph.D.
Caryn Evilia, Ph.D.
James R. Groome, Ph.D.
Ali A. Habashi, Ph.D.
Julia E. Martin, Ph.D.
Joshua Pak, Ph.D
Srinath Pashikanti, Ph.D.
Jason Pilarski, Ph.D
Erin B. Rasmussen, Ph.D.
Jack Rose, Ph.D.
Peter Sheridan, Ph.D.
Maria Wong, Ph.D
2018 Idaho INBRE Summer Research Conference
Conference Dates: Monday, July 30 – Wednesday, August 1, 2018
Conference Location: The Best Western Plus University Inn, Moscow, Idaho