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  • Enhancing Research via collaboration, innovation and education is the aim of INBRE.

    Enhancing Research via collaboration, innovation and education is the aim of INBRE.

  • Scholars working with various mentors and scientists, scholars encounter an array of biomedical research.

    Scholars working with various mentors and scientists, scholars encounter an array of biomedical research.

  • Mentors challenge scholars to think critically, learn the latest lab techniques and expand their scientific concepts.

    Mentors challenge scholars to think critically, learn the latest lab techniques and expand their scientific concepts.

  • Kelley Wanzeck "This is a great way to become involved with real science early in my academic career."

    Kelley Wanzeck "This is a great way to become involved with real science early in my academic career."

  • Becky Fusby "INBRE has given me opportunities I feel I would otherwise not have had."

    Becky Fusby "INBRE has given me opportunities I feel I would otherwise not have had."

A $17.2 million National Institutes of Health grant supports the Institutional Development Award Program (IDeA) Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE) program in Nebraska. The program, which is funded through INBRE is aimed at creating a biomedical research infrastructure that provides research opportunities for undergraduate students and serves as a pipeline for those students to continue into graduate research.

Funded by a grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Health