A goal of the Idaho INBRE Program is to provide research opportunities to Idaho undergraduate students and serve as a pipeline for these students to continue in health research careers. A broad base of students with interest, enthusiasm, and knowledge in science is a necessary first step to develop the next generation of biomedical researchers.

Undergraduate Fellowships and Internships

SCHOLARS: For freshmen or sophomores with no research lab experienceProvides an intense, two-week laboratory project in biology or molecular biology. Students work together in groups to articulate hypotheses, design experiments, and learn specific laboratory skills.
INDUSTRY INTERNS: For undergraduatesOften the best choice for geographically-bound students with academic potential who do not have access to an academic research university.
FELLOWS: For upper-class undergraduatesA 10-week, high-impact academic laboratory summer research experience with a faculty mentor.
RAIN STUDENT EXCHANGE OUTSIDE IDAHO: For upper-class undergraduatesOpens to Alaska, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, and Wyoming INBRE undergraduate research programs to all students in the region.
NATIONAL LAB INTERNSHIPS: For upper-class undergraduatesOpens to ID, MT, NM, and WY-based college students to do a 10-week internship at one of the three national labs: Idaho National Laboratories (Idaho Falls, ID), Rocky Mountain Laboratories (Hamilton, MT), and Los Alamos National Laboratory (Los Alamos, NM).

Post-Baccalaureate Opportunities

GRAD STUDENTS AND POST-DOCSSupports graduate students and post-doctoral fellowships in biomedical programs at the University of Idaho, Boise State University, and Idaho State University.
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