Application Requirements New Mexico INBRE Summer Experience (NISE)

Thanks for your interest in the New Mexico INBRE Summer Experience (NISE), a paid, intensive summer experience that specifically helps Promising Undergraduate students at NM-INBRE network institutions, at formative career stages.

PROGRAM DATES

Beginning no later than June 1, 2019 through the first week of August 2019. Additional days may be required by your institution.

ELIGIBILITY

Students must show proof of U.S. citizenship or permanent residency status.

Full-time summer availability (not enrolled in summer coursework) 

SUMMARY OF THE APPLICATION
I. Personal details
II. Personal Statement
III. Agreement to Terms of Participation
IV. Copy of your academic transcript (official or unofficial)

 

APPLICATION DETAILS

Applications will be available via the website soon. If you plan to apply, you can begin to prepare the materials for your application which, at a minimum, include the following components:

  1. Personal details, including
  • Contact information and demographics 
  • Academic information such as matriculation or enrollment ID number, academic institution, class (eg, freshman, sophomore, etc.),
  • Previous research or scientific experience (if applicable),
  • Future education and career plans
  1. Personal Statement, which will be approximately one page that describes
  • Why you want to do research
  • How this research experience relates to your personal and professional goals
  • Any experiences that may qualify you to participate in such research
  • Any additional information that will help us evaluate your preparation and ability to succeed

Also, if you have encountered challenges that have affected your educational career, either positively or negatively, please let us know about those. Please discuss how your prior life experiences (in academia, professional, volunteer, etc) show your dedication to the pursuit of advanced degrees in the sciences.

  1. Agreement to Terms of Participation

In submitting your completed application you agree to:

  • Affirm that all information provided to the NISE Program is true and complete
  • Allow NISE to check your references, academic information, and/or background
  • Provide all requested information
  • Commit to full-time summer employment, free from coursework or additional employment obligation
  • Participate in all NISE educational and research activities to fulfill full-time summer employment obligation
  • Provide education and career progress information for a period of 5 years following NISE participation
  1. Academic transcript (official or unofficial)

 


CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR NM-INBRE INVESTIGATOR RODOLFO TELLO-ABURTO

Congratulations to Dr. Rodolfo Tello-Aburto, one of our INBRE investigators for recently receiving federal funding by NIH for his R15 entitled "Structure-Activity Relationship Studies of Peptide Beta-Lactones as Proteasome Inhibitors and Anticancer Agents"


NM-INBRE Annual Symposium Award Winners

 

Here’s a big shout out to our First Symposium Award Winners!  Congratulations for always showing that hard work pays off!

STUDENT SPEAKER AWARDS

  • Jacob Justice (SJC)
  • Gayatri Gautam (NMT)
  • Joedy Quintana (NMHU)
  • Primal Silva (NMT)

OUTSTANDING POSTER
GRADUATE STUDENT

  • Danielle Turner

OUTSTANDING POSTERS
UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

  • Antonio Serrano
  • Joedy Quintana

OUTSTANDING JUNIOR FACULTY

  • Amanda Ashley
  • Sally Pias

OVERALL OUTSTANDING INVESTIGATOR

  • Vallabh Shah

OUTSTANDING LIAISON

  • Snežna Rogelj

 


 

REVISED! Call for Biomedical Research and Science Education Projects at NM Primarily Undergraduate Institutions

The New Mexico INBRE Program is pleased to announce project funding opportunity for eligible faculty at Primarily Undergraduate Institutions in New Mexico. NM-INBRE invites applications to support biomedical research and science education projects as a pathway to scientific and career development, funded through the NM-INBRE Program by a grant from the IDeA Program of the National Institutes of Health. All welcome to apply, regardless of whether or not a statement of interest has been submitted. Requirements, eligibility, application schedule, and further details appear in the attached announcement.


REVISED! Call for Biomedical Research Projects at NMSU & UNM

The New Mexico INBRE Program is pleased to announce an opportunity for eligible faculty at New Mexico State University and the University of New Mexico. NM-INBRE invites applications to support biomedical research projects as a pathway to scientific and career development, funded through the NM-INBRE Program by a grant from the IDeA Program of the National Institutes of Health. All welcome to apply, regardless of whether or not a statement of interest has been submitted. Requirements, eligibility, application schedule, and further details appear in the attached announcement.


UNM-Zuni Partnership – Home-Based Kidney Care for Native Americans

On a warm, sunny afternoon, 15 Zuni men and women gather around a table in a nondescript white warehouse on the outskirts of the pueblo as a few people are setting out a healthy buffet lunch that includes homemade chicken lettuce wraps, garlic bread and fresh fruit. Vallabh (Raj) Shah, PhD, is at the front of the room setting up his computer and projector for the presentation he is about to give. Complete Article


‘Bee’ healthy: NMSU researchers study medicinal benefits of oregano for bees

NM-INBRE Investigator Don Hyder and NM-INBRE Liaison Eric Miller, professors of biology and chemistry, respectively, at San Juan College in Farmington, are using gas chromatography to analyze the nectar and honey samples to determine chemical compounds.  Complete Article 


NCGR Differential Gene Expression Workshop

Where: NCGR, Santa Fe, NM 87505

When: Spring 2019 (dates TBD)

Click here for details and how to apply!


NM-INBRE/NCGR Conference* on Integrative OmicsMarch 14-15, 2019 in Santa Fe NM

*New Mexico BioInformatics, Science and Technology (NMBIST) Symposium presents

Click here for conference registration site!

 

 


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New Mexico IDeA Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE) champions biomedical and community-based research excellence in the state of New Mexico through the development of innovative, supportive and sustainable research environments for faculty and students, community engaging health initiatives, while building a network of lead scientists and educators at the state, regional and national level.