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SDSU IMSD News
Another successful Undergraduate Research Symposium (URS), hosted by the IMSD/MBRS and MARC Programs, took place on December 6, 2013!
IMSD and BEP program scholars are now focusing their energy on their research full-time, both in on-campus labs and at other universities
For the second consecutive year, a student in Professor Kelly Doran’s microbiology lab has been accepted to Harvard University.
IMSD Alum, Khanichi Charles, goes from mentee to mentor, while studying at Harvard.
Congratulations to the nine SDSU NIH IMSD Scholars who presented at the 2012 Society for the Advancement of Chicano and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) conference in Seattle, WA, Oct. 11-14.
Biology professor Sanford Bernstein will chair the NIH board on skeletal muscle and exercise physiology.
MBRS Class of 2012 Recognized for their Outstanding Accomplishments
NIH MBRS Scholars Recognized at the 2012 Student Research Symposium for Outstanding Undergraduate Research
Five MBRS Scholars recognized for outstanding undergraduate research in oral and poster presentation categories
Karina Kangas, Ph.D Student, To Conduct Predoctoral Fellowship Workshop, Friday, May 4, 2012, 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm, GMCS 324
MBRS Alumna, Karina Kangas, rounds out her first year of doctoral training with two Predoctoral fellowships
Erin Fletcher, 2012 ASM Undergraduate Research Fellow
Bill Tong’s portable laser technology may someday save the lives of American soldiers fighting overseas.
By Jennifer Keliher-Venegas It is a common emotional reaction incoming MBRS students face (and eventually overcome) after committing to a lifestyle analogous to that of a graduate scholar. Many prospective applicants may ask, “What can I do to prepare for the responsibility of balancing coursework, 10-15 hours of research training a week, monthly graduate school […]
San Diego State University has been designated a Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI) by the U.S. Department of Education. The national designation provides access to federal grants and scholarships to colleges and universities that serve a high population of Hispanic students.