INBRE provides direct biomedical research training opportunities to undergraduate and graduate students in Maine:
- The Summer Research Fellowship program provides undergraduate students with a mentored, hands-on biomedical research experience. Maine INBRE mentors conduct research in a variety of areas, from molecular toxicology, bioinformatics and genetics, to neuroscience.
- Short laboratory training courses for undergraduates.
- Travel awards and research support for graduate students.
What is an INBRE research course like? Watch this video:
Students attending an INBRE Undergraduate Partner Institution should also consult the institutional program description for special INBRE programs at their alma mater. Many of these institutions offer academic-year research opportunities.
Undergraduates at non-INBRE Maine colleges or universities are also eligible for some of these programs.
Additional Resources for Undergraduate & Graduate Students:
The Maine INBRE LinkedIn page posts job opportunities, research opportunities and INBRE program alumni news.
The Bioscience Association of Maine (BAM) is a network of life science companies in Maine that provides networking opportunities for students and has a job board.
The MDI Biological Laboratory provides data literacy training to teachers and their students through its SEPA Programs.
The Jackson Laboratory provides training on science education to students and teachers through its SEPA Program.
The Jackson Laboratory offers a Post-Baccalaureate Program for recent college graduates who wish to gain research experience prior to applying for graduate school.
The Jackson Laboratory offers high school and undergraduate research fellowships.
Statewide programs and funding opportunities for undergraduate studies in the STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) are available in STEM Undergraduate Programs.
The Institute for Broadening Participation (IBP) (pathwaystoscience.org) provides student and post-grad resources to increase access to STEM educational programs: