Dr. Santanu Banerjee from Tougaloo College recently was awarded a grant from the Department of Health and Human Services for his research entitled “Identify risks and vulnerability within a community using Geographical Information System.” Dr. Banerjee is a Mississippi INBRE Research Development Grant recipient.
After completing their summer experience, Mississippi INBRE Scholars presented their research at the 2017 Mississippi INBRE Annual Symposium. At this symposium, each student was able to present his or her research-a first for many of the students. The symposium keynote speaker was Dr. Rafael Luna from the National Research Mentoring Network. Dr. Luna taught students, their…Details
2016 Mississippi INBRE Research Scholar, Tembra Jones has worked hard to further herself and her research since completing her summer experience with Mississippi INBRE. Besides presenting at the 2016 Mississippi INBRE Annual Symposium, she has presented at the 2016 Annual Biomedical Researchers Conference for Minority Students and the 81st Annual Mississippi Academy of Sciences. At…Details
Alcorn State University’s Dr. Anant Singh recently published his research entitled “Anchoring Photothermal Therapy by Plasmonic Gold Nanoparticle.” Dr. Singh is a Mississippi INBRE Research Development Grant recipient.
The University of Southern Mississippi’s Dr. Shahid Karim Receives Grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture
Mississippi INBRE Bioinformatics Core Director, Dr. Shahid Karim from The University of Southern Mississippi recently received a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture for his research on the “Characterizing Emerging Tick-Induced Red Meat Allergy.” Dr. Karim’s research is supported in part by Mississippi INBRE.
Dr. Bidisha Sengupta from Tougaloo College was recently featured for her research in Mississippi Link. Her research was titled, “Differential roles of 3-Hydroxyflavone and 7-Hydroxyflavone against nicotine-induced oxidative stress in rat renal proximal tubule cells.” Dr. Sengupta is a Misssissippi INBRE Research Development Award recipient. Check out the full article here.Details
2013 Mississippi INBRE Research Scholar, LaTia Peavy used her summer experience to conduct research on the effects of water quality on human health. Since finishing her research experience with Mississippi INBRE, LaTia has presented at the 2014 Mississippi INBRE Research Symposium and the 78th Annual Mississippi Academy of Sciences. Her research received first place in…Details
Dr. Bidisha Sengupta from Tougaloo College recently published her research entitled, “Includence of Aptamer-Enclosed Silver Nanoclusters on the Prevention of Biofilm by Bacillus thuringinesis.” Her research is funded by Mississippi INBRE.
Mississippi INBRE Imaging Facility Director, Dr. Alex Flynt from The University of Southern Mississippi recently received a grant from the National Science Foundation for his research on the “Metabolism of plant derived small RNAs in Spider Mites.” Dr. Flynt’s research is supported in part by Mississippi INBRE.
2014 Mississippi INBRE Service Scholar, Demetria Love completed her Service Scholar experience as a sophomore at Tougaloo College. Since completing this experience, Demetria has graduated from Tougaloo College with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in chemistry. She continues to volunteer with My Brother’s Keeper as time allows. Demetria is currently pursuing a Master’s in Public…Details