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

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 Research Scholars Complete Biomedical Research Training Camp

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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Mississippi INBRE Sponsors the Tougaloo College-Mississippi College Undergraduate Research Symposium

On Thursday, April 5, 2018, about 70 students gathered at Tougaloo College to present their research. The students represented Millsaps College, Mississippi College and Tougaloo College at this 15th year of the Tougaloo College-Mississippi College Undergraduate Research Symposium. Several Mississippi INBRE Scholars were present at this event including three of our newest Mississippi INBRE Scholars…

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Congratulations to Dr. Ghanshyam Heda as he continues his eighth consecutive year of INBRE funded research

Dr. Ghanshyam Heda, professor of biology at Mississippi University for Women, has received the Mississippi INBRE Research Development Award for the eighth consecutive year to continue his research. Dr. Heda joined MUW in 2008, where he has led student research, seeking better treatment for cystic fibrosis patients. He has mentored numerous students during this time,…

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Mississippi INBRE Genomics Core-an invaluable resource for Mississippi scientists

This Mississippi INBRE-funded Genomics Core, housed at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, has seen more than 200 projects from at least 15 UMMC departments and multiple other Mississippi institutions in the past two academic years alone. Under the direction of Dr. Michael Garrett, professor of pharmacology and toxicology, this lab has flourished since its…

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