Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP)
Summer Health Professions Education Program (SHPEP)
Nebraska INBRE Program
Euraxess International Research Opportunities
Early Career Funding Opportunities 
Dental Student Research Group 
Student Led Research Interest Group

Upcoming Events

Writing Seminar for Post-Docs  Adrian Koesters, Ph.D., editorial grant specialist, will hold a six-session seminar for post-doctoral students on effective writing strategies beginning Jan. 10. The course, designed for post-doctoral researchers who wish to improve their basic writing skills, runs through Feb. 14. Participants must commit to attending at least five of the six sessions, which will be held Tuesdays from 1-1:50 p.m. at the Durham Research Center, Room 1005. Pre-registration is required. Registration is available via REDCap on the Post-Doc web page.

Alumni Weekend Student Poster Session The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and the Student Research Interest Group invite students to submit posters for presentation at the UNMC Alumni Weekend Student Poster Session, which will take place October 7, 2016. Submissions are due August 29, 2016. Entrants will be informed of decisions by September 19, 2016. Posters will be selected by a review committee of students and faculty. For information on submission guidelines and to submit your poster, visit:  Student Posters

Innovations in Clinical Care (ICC) Enhanced Medical Education Track (EMET) is accepting applicants for the four year program.  EMET offer medical students an opportunity to perform in-depth study within an interdisciplinary medical field and enhances their curriculum without extending the time needed to graduate. EMET consist of longitudinal activities in which students work closely with faculty mentors, residents, and advanced students.

In UNeMed’s ICC Track, medical students will be exposed to medical innovations and gain mentorship, knowledge and experience that will support and encourage their interest in technology transfer. The students will initiate a research project to further a medical technology as well as build critical thinking skills that drive the creation of solutions to unmet clinical needs throughout a future medical career.


Contact Agnes Lenagh, PhD ( or 402-559-2179) for more information.