Montana INBRE Research Core


PUI Research Projects

The first aim of MT INBRE II is to mentor and develop the growing number of infectious disease, environmental health, and health disparities investigators at principally undergraduate institutions (PUIs), tribal colleges, and the state’s two research universities to sustain and grow an even more productive and competitive biomedical research network. BRIN and INBRE I efforts created or enhanced biomedical research cultures at five Montana PUIs and successfully involved hundreds of undergraduate students in research. The goal of INBRE II is to guide young faculty projects to a level at which they are self-sustaining, achieved by a combination of scientific collaborations and mentorship.

 

Education and Outreach Projects

MT INBRE II aims to expand research opportunities for students and enhance biomedical curricula from K-12 through baccalaureate education in order to strengthen the pipeline to careers in health research and increase the scientific and technological knowledge of the state's workforce. The undergraduate involvement from these projects, together with the undergraduate involvement in the other MT INBRE II projects, will accomplish INBRE II’s aim to expand research opportunities for students and enhance biomedical curricula from K-12 through graduate education in order to strengthen the pipeline to careers in health research and increase the scientific and technological knowledge of the state's workforce.

 

 

 

 

 

 

MT INBRE Research Projects