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Fellows share highlights of their INBRE experience.

July 27, 2018

Coming around towards the end of my summer fellowship experience, a lot of new challenges are beginning to present themselves. At the beginning, every moment of free time is occupied with the collection of data for your project, lab maintenance, and trying to interpret...

July 26, 2018

As I look back on this summer, I see myself in a period of diligence and frustration but also of satisfaction and wonder. I began my time in the INBRE program, thinking of it as a test—a time to examine and see if this world of research was right for me. I have worked...

July 23, 2018

My thoughts about the biomedical research hasn’t changed at all. I still enjoy every bit of time I spent on it. The only sad part is, it’s almost over. I could never forget the experiences I got from this project. It helped me understand the importance of reading scien...

July 23, 2018

I’ve had a lot of fun with my experiments this summer. I’ve gotten to define what we are calling “recovery” of rhythm, learned a ton about neural network plasticity that has nothing to do with memory, better learned how the electrical recording equipment in the rigs th...

July 23, 2018

I imagined that sewing DNA would be the most complicated part about my research project…however, there is so much more to discovering the physiological role of the gene spd_1451 in Streptococcus pneumoniae! Previously, I shared that I had successfully fabricated the DN...

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