Monthly Archives: August 2018

Catching up with 2018 Mississippi INBRE Service Scholar, Kiandria Trevillion

  • August 31, 2018
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Alcorn State University student, Kiandria Trevillion is a recent graduate of the 2018 Mississippi INBRE Service Scholars program. She applied for the program to gain experience in public health and to get a first-hand look at the different spectrums of health care. The Service Scholars program allowed Kiandria a glimpse at her future career goals […]

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Catching up with 2018 Mississippi INBRE Research Scholar, Cristina Craig

  • August 29, 2018
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Co-Lin Community College student, Cristina Craig (pictured above on the right) gained much more than just research experience during her summer as a Mississippi INBRE Research Scholar, she gained a professional network and mentors who helped her to understand that her dream of doing research is possible. Cristina’s research interests began as a freshman in […]

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Catching up with 2018 Mississippi INBRE Service Scholar, Ian Taylor

  • August 28, 2018
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2018 Mississippi INBRE Service Scholar, Ian Taylor from Millsaps College finished his summer research experience with new perspectives and a renewed ambition to accomplish his goals. He originally applied for the Service Scholars program to explore the field of public health and to have a better overall view of how community-based programs address health concerns […]

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Catching up with 2018 Mississippi INBRE Research Scholar, Hezekiah Williams

  • August 28, 2018
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Hinds Community College student, Hezekiah Williams is a member of the Class of 2018 Mississippi INBRE Research Scholars program who recently completed his summer experience working in the lab of Dr. Frank Spradley at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. Hezekiah said that he applied for the Research Scholars program to be able to apply […]

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Catching up with 2018 Mississippi INBRE Service Scholar, Kadriana Armstrong

  • August 27, 2018
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Tougaloo College student, Kadriana Armstrong was one of 30 undergraduate students who spent their summer as a Mississippi INBRE Service Scholar with My Brother’s Keeper, Inc. She originally wanted to participate in the Service Scholars program to have the opportunity to dig into research and public and community health relations. “I can attest that me […]

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Catching Up with 2018 Mississippi INBRE Research Scholar, Mallory Greer

  • August 23, 2018
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Tougaloo College student, Mallory Greer (middle of above picture) is a recent graduate of the Mississippi INBRE Research Scholars program. She said that her experience with Mississippi INBRE is already helping her in better deciding her career path and her likes and dislikes. Mallory is a member of the Class of 2018, Mississippi INBRE Research […]

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Big IDEAs for Improving the Lives of Mississippians, 2018 Mississippi IDeA Conference Showcases More than 130 Research Presentations

  • August 22, 2018
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On July 27, the state’s largest biomedical research conference was held in Jackson, Miss. boasting over 400 attendees from more than 25 colleges and universities. The Big IDEAs for Improving the Lives of Mississippians, 2018 Mississippi IDeA Conference is the first of its kind, showcasing the biomedical research conducted by all six of the National […]

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Mississippi INBRE showcased at the National IDeA Symposium on Biomedical Research Excellence

  • August 8, 2018
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Congratulations to the 8 students who presented their research at the National IDeA Symposium on Biomedical Research Excellence. This conference held on June 23-26 in Washington, D.C. showcased biomedical research conducted by the IDeA funded programs throughout the country. The students include: Aysha Evans from Alcorn State University Airones James from Alcorn State University Katie […]

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Mississippi INBRE Service Scholars Complete Two Week Training Camp

  • August 8, 2018
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On May 21-June 1, 30 undergraduate students embarked on the beginning of their summer research experience with a two week training camp. The students were welcomed by My Brother’s Keeper and Mississippi INBRE. During the training camp, students were able to learn about professionalism and conducting research as well as received certifications they will use […]

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Mississippi INBRE Research Scholars Complete Biomedical Research Training Camp

  • August 8, 2018
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On May 13-18, Mississippi INBRE welcomed 34 undergraduates to the campus of The University of Southern Mississippi to begin their summer research experience! During the biomedical research training camp, students learned laboratory basics and professionalism from experts in these fields. These students represent: Alcorn State University Copiah Lincoln Community College Delta State University East Mississippi […]

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