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Fellows share highlights of their INBRE experience.

June 15, 2018

My experience in INBRE thus far has been both engaging and challenging. Throughout the past few weeks, I have collected an incredible amount of data, and learned a great deal about the projects that go on within the lab.

As a researcher in Dr. Groome's lab, I am using...

June 14, 2018

The past few weeks of the INBRE fellowship have been quite fun. I am continuing a project in Dr. Groome’s lab to further the understanding of disease causing mutations found in the voltage gated sodium channel. I am specifically working on characterizing the effects of...

June 29, 2017

The past few weeks have been thrilling to say the least; it is always amazing learning new things and I am glad this INBRE experience has been as enlightening as I hoped it would be. It has given me a chance to hone research skills such as patience, diligence, observat...

June 29, 2017

So, six weeks in and I am finally getting a good roll on my project. I have my mutations which will introduce all cysteines into the beta subunit (D192CD193C) or all aspartate into the alpha subunit (C192DC193D) of the acetylcholine receptor. This project is actually a...

June 7, 2017

It’s been three weeks since the orientation that kicked off one of the most exhilarating summers I’ve had in a long time; 21 days and counting and I am still excited about how much research is going on around me and how much impact it will have in the biomedical field.


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