KBRIN-SUPPORTED NKU STUDENT SHARES FIRST PLACE AWARD —
Amy Ashworth, a NKU undergraduate student, has received a First Place award for Best Poster at the Society for Neuroscience meeting April 11 in Louisville. Congratulations, Amy! Learn more
2011 KBRIN SUMMER STUDENT ADVANCES —
Jordan Olberding, a WKU senior, has been accepted into the PhD program at Yale University. Jordan was a 2011 KBRIN Summer Undergraduate Biomedical Research Program participant. Article and video
ON TRACK — Manori Jayasinghe, former postdoc at Northern Kentucky University, has been offered a tenure-track position in the Physics Department at the University of Cincinnati Blue Ash campus.
KBRIN-FUNDED RESEARCH IN NATIONAL NEWS —
Dr.Cecile A. Marczinski's research on alcohol and diet soda has been featured by National Public Radio [read article] and CNN [read article] highlighted in a national news report.
The INBRE grant provides support for a research core, a primary tool for building research capacity within the primarily undergraduate universities in the state. The research core provides funding for several research-active faculty with the goal of helping them to achieve independently-funded research programs while simultaneously engaging undergraduate students in research. Learn More
IDeA Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE)
The goal of Kentucky’s INBRE program (also known as KBRIN) is to expand biomedical research activities across the state. Through increased student training and career development in the primarily undergraduate universities (PUI)s, INBRE funding develops KY’s next generation of biomedical researchers.
How this has benefited Kentucky