Blog Talk

Fellows share highlights of their INBRE experience.

July 20, 2018

The last few weeks have really picked up in pace. Since my first blog post, we have finally been able to run subjects for our experiments. Of course, as soon as we had our methods piloted, tested, and ready to go, our video recorders stopped working one by one. When we...

July 20, 2018

These last few days have been hectic. Between scoring, working on my poster, assisting with surgery, and running subjects, I have kept busy.

We have collected four out of 100 subjects for our project. This may make it seem like we have long ways to go, which we do, but...

June 14, 2018

My experience with INBRE so far has been a lot of learning. My project is looking at the effects of opioids on reflex behavior and sensory thresholds following spinal cord injuries in rats. Most of what I have done so far has been piloting methods for testing reflexes,...

June 11, 2018

Since beginning the INBRE fellowship, I have not only had the opportunity to further my skills in animal care and assisting with surgery, but I have also had the chance to begin a literature review and piloting for an independent project. My INBRE project is on the eff...

August 26, 2017

The ten weeks of the INBRE program flew by faster than I thought it could, and it was an incredibly rewarding experience. I was able to learn so much during such a short amount of time and I really loved what I did.

Reading the literature to get me oriented to the rats...

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