The INBRE Student Program provides a broad continuum of research opportunities to generate and enhance a skilled, diverse workforce for Idaho and the nation.
A series of interlocking programs involves all 11 Network institutions and comprises a ‘pipeline to health research careers’ starting from K-12 through post-doctoral and medical student training. Central to the Student Program is mentoring and career advising.
Our programs allow any student in Idaho who has an interest in and talent for biomedical research to find an opportunity to pursue that activity in Idaho. To this end, INBRE provides scientific expertise, current laboratory practices, experimental design, and resources to K-12 teachers and students and progressively-intense academic research programs for undergraduate students, graduate students, post-docs, and medical students. Programs are competitive and students are selected based on academic performance, interest in research, and under-represented status.
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Provides an intense, two-week laboratory project in biology or molecular biology. Students work together in groups of 4-5 student to articulate hypotheses, design experiments, and learn specific laboratory skills.
Often the best choice for geographically-bound students with academic potential who do not have access to an academic research university.
RAIN Student Exchange outside Idaho
Opens to Alaska, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, and Wyoming INBRE undergraduate research programs to all students in the region.
Internships in National Laboratories
Opens 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).
Student Program Director: Prof. T Rhena Cooper
North Idaho College
Natural Sciences Division
Meyer Health and Sciences Building 202
Coeur d’Alene, Idaho