Recent News

Montana INBRE Staff, Project Leaders and Mentors included on MSU's list of "Extrodinary Women"
October 31, 2018
Longtime Program Coordinator, Ann Bertagnolli, among those Montana INBRE-affiliated "Extraordinary Women" highlighted by Montana State University in October.
Two MSU students named 2018 Goldwater Scholars
March 30, 2018
Cara Robertus from Bozeman and Ryan Mason of Missoula, both chemical and biological engineering majors, have won the nation’s top scholarship for undergraduate students majoring in the natural sciences, engineering and mathematics. 
Susan Higgins joins Montana INBRE and CAIRHE as a Community Research Associate
November 14, 2017
Susan Higgins has joined Montana INBRE and CAIRHE as a community research associate, part of both programs’ ongoing effort to build research relationships among rural communities in Montana.
Montana INBRE Investigator Co Carew awarded $40,000 Mellon Career Enhancement Fellowship
November 13, 2017
Montana INBRE Investigator Co Carew wins $40,000 Mellon Career Enhancement Fellowship from the American Indian College Fund.
MSU scientists publish papers in two scientific journals that advance understanding of how bacteria fight viruses
May 10, 2017
MSU senior Joshua Carter and research associate MaryClare Rollins were lead authors of the papers that further research into a biotechnology that can potentially cure genetic diseases.
MSU student receives prestigious Goldwater Scholarship
April 3, 2017
Bozeman native Maggie Russell received the nation’s premier scholarship for undergraduates in math, natural sciences and engineering. Russell, a junior majoring in cell biology and neuroscience, is researching therapeutics for neurodegenerative diseases.
Montana INBRE investigators receive award for suicide prevention paper
January 19, 2017
Five Montana INBRE investigators to receive a Top Communications Paper award for their work on suicide prevention in eastern Montana.
MSU’s Josh Carter wins Rhodes Scholarship
November 21, 2016
Josh Carter, a senior who will receive twin degrees in both mechanical engineering and microbiology and hails from Watertown, South Dakota, has won a 2017 Rhodes Scholarship to study at Oxford University.
MSU and partners awarded $20 million grant ­­to address Native health disparities in Montana and Alaska
August 16, 2016
The grant from the National Institutes of Health will fund a new program aimed at building research capacity and addressing health disparities. MSU professor Allen Harmsen will co-lead the program.
MSU professor Brian Bothner named new director of Montana INBRE
August 16, 2016
Chemistry and biochemistry professor Brian Bothner succeeds Allen Harmsen as director of the program.