ENHANCING MISSISSIPPI’S

BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH CAPACITY

ENHANCING MISSISSIPPI’S BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH CAPACITY

ENHANCING MISSISSIPPI’S BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH CAPACITY

ENHANCING MISSISSIPPI’S BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH CAPACITY

MIEC24

The Mississippi IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (Mississippi INBRE) is pleased to announce Mississippi IDeA/EPSCoR Conference 2024 (MIEC24) will be held on Tuesday, July 23, 2024, at the Mill on Mississippi State University’s Starkville, Mississippi campus. 

Co-hosted by Mississippi INBRE and Mississippi EPSCoR, MIEC24 will offer concurrent oral STEM presentations, student poster competitions, an exhibitor pavilion, networking opportunities, workshops and more. We aim to enhance in-state STEM research infrastructure through offering an engaging platform for researchers to learn, collaborate and exchange key research discoveries. STEM research faculty, undergraduate & graduate students, healthcare professionals, engineers, public health leaders and research industry stakeholders are highly encouraged to attend.  In addition, MIEC24 is an excellent opportunity for Mississippi college students pursuing health-related careers to gain presentation experience, network and learn from experienced healthcare professionals. 

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MIEC24

The Mississippi IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (Mississippi INBRE) is pleased to announce Mississippi IDeA/EPSCoR Conference 2024 (MIEC24) will be held on Tuesday, July 23, 2024, at the Mill on Mississippi State University’s Starkville, Mississippi campus. 

Co-hosted by Mississippi INBRE and Mississippi EPSCoR, MIEC24 will offer concurrent oral STEM presentations, student poster competitions, an exhibitor pavilion, networking opportunities, workshops and more. We aim to enhance in-state STEM research infrastructure through offering an engaging platform for researchers to learn, collaborate and exchange key research discoveries. STEM research faculty, undergraduate & graduate students, healthcare professionals, engineers, public health leaders and research industry stakeholders are highly encouraged to attend.  In addition, MIEC24 is an excellent opportunity for Mississippi college students pursuing health-related careers to gain presentation experience, network and learn from experienced healthcare professionals. 

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About Mississippi INBRE

The Mississippi IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE) is a network of colleges and universities, designed to build a biomedical research infrastructure in Mississippi. Our mission is to reach out to Mississippians to improve health throughout the state and to engage talented researchers and students in biomedical research projects that will increase the state’s research competitiveness.

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About Mississippi INBRE

The Mississippi IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE) is a network of colleges and universities, designed to build a biomedical research infrastructure in Mississippi. Our mission is to reach out to Mississippians to improve health throughout the state and to engage talented researchers and students in biomedical research projects that will increase the state’s research competitiveness.

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Research

Mississippi INBRE has established research laboratories at our partner undergraduate institutions in order to create a modern, cutting-edge biomedical research infrastructure throughout the state.

Community Engagement

The Mississippi INBRE team has a history of making a major, long-lasting community impact by partnering with external agencies and organizations to provide clinical and other services to the communities we serve.

Student Programs

Mississippi INBRE has two summer programs: Research Scholars and Health Scholars. These programs are designed to give students hands-on experience in the fields of biomedical research and public health.

Facility Resources

Mississippi INBRE supports three core facilities throughout the state of Mississippi; these facilities provide researchers in Mississippi access to the latest equipment and technical expertise and are available for student education and training.

Research

Mississippi INBRE has established research laboratories at our partner undergraduate institutions in order to create a biomedical research infrastructure throughout the state.

Community Engagement

The Mississippi INBRE team has a history of making a major, long-lasting community impact by partnering with external agencies and organizations to provide clinical and other services to the communities we serve.

Student Programs

Mississippi INBRE has two summer programs: Research Scholars and Health Scholars. These programs are designed to give students hands-on experience in the fields of biomedical research and public health.

Facility Resources

Mississippi INBRE supports three core facilities throughout the state of Mississippi; these facilities provide researchers in Mississippi access to the latest equipment and technical expertise and are available for student education and training.

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SUMMER SCHOLARS

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ACADEMIC SCHOLARS

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RESEARCH LABORATORIES

ESTABLISHED

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STEM COURSES

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Mississippi IDeA/EPSCoR Conference 2023

Our most recent hosted conference.

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The gallery page showcases our events through the years.

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Mississippi IDeA/EPSCoR Conference 2022

Our most recent hosted conference.

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Mississippi IDeA/EPSCoR Conference 2024

July 23 @ 7:30 am - 5:00 pm

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