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Fellows share highlights of their INBRE experience.

June 30, 2017

In week six of my INBRE fellowship, my research project is in full swing. I’ve gotten a data set together with the anthropometric data and cortisol data, started on my research poster, run data analyses, and written an abstract for the ICUR conference which will take p...

June 30, 2017

The last couple of weeks have been rough with 499 of our 500 zebrafish larva passing away unexpectedly and having to start back at the beginning of our experiment. However, as every scientist knows “to research is to RE-search,” so this setback has been a great learnin...

June 30, 2017

We are already more than halfway done with the INBRE internship program and the time is flying by. After finishing up the beginning training, I’ve been becoming more familiar with the lab. The others that are working in my lab have been so great about answering questio...

June 29, 2017

There is a reason that scientists are known for researching, and not just searching. Alas, as with any good research project, we have been struck with the woes of research recently, in that we have hit a roadblock that discontinues the progress we can make on the proje...

June 29, 2017

Over the last few weeks, research has been mostly consistent. We have switched focus from modeling to researching the literature and ordering all the necessary reagents for some bench chemistry. There have been a myriad of wonderful people who have helped train my lab...

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