Once again, our IMSD-MBRS and BEP students made an impressive showing at the SRS. Fourteen of our scholars presented research posters at the event, and eight gave oral presentations.
For the second consecutive year, a student in Professor Kelly Doran’s microbiology lab has been accepted to Harvard University.
College of Science Students Present at the IMSD-Sponsored Undergraduate Research Symposium Students from a span of disciplines presented their biomedical research at this annual Research Symposium on September 7th, 2012. Participants were divided into five different categories and given fifteen minutes to present their research before a panel of judges and their peers. Presenters were recognized after the symposium with […]
Innovation Starts Here – Genaro Hernandez With two years of research, five presentations and the co-authorship of a journal manuscript under his belt, Genaro Hernandez might be mistaken for a graduate student or even a Ph.D. candidate. But no, Genaro is a talented, single-minded undergraduate now in his fifth semester at SDSU. The cell and molecular biology major transferred from […]
A $2.8 million NIH grant increases support of an SDSU program that prepares students for doctoral and science careers worldwide.
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.
Cheyne Kurokawa, Fall 2012 Ph.D. Student, Mayo Graduate Clinic, Virology and Gene Therapy
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