International Student Research Forum (ISRF)

The world of research is more conducive to international collaboration than it has even been before.

The mission of the International Student Research Forum is to provide an international stage for graduate research students to collaborate beyond the lines of disciplines and nationalities. The forum aims to attract the world’s brightest, upcoming scientists and provides an opportunity to showcase world-class education and research.

By building relationships with international colleagues at forums such as this, students are forging relationships that can positively yield scientific advances, which affect countless people around the world.

2012 International Student Research Forum:

  • August 7-9, 2012
  • More than 60 students representing seven universities and four countries – the U.S., China, Australia and Japan -- will attend.
  • This is the eighth year UNMC students have participated in the forum and second time UNMC has hosted the forum.