Biomedical Research (INBRE)

Research by College of Idaho biology and chemistry faculty and students has been supported for several years by the INBRE Program (Idea Network of Biomedical Research Excellence), which aims to increase Idaho’s competitiveness for federal biomedical research funding. INBRE funding has supported the undergraduate research experiences of dozens of C of I students and the enhancement of campus laboratories.

Applications for summer fellowships are typically due in January or early February, and require transcripts and letters of reference. More detailed information about INBRE summer fellowship opportunities is available here.

Biomedical Research at The College of Idaho

Researching the deadly brain cancer glioblastoma - Dr. Luke Daniels

Studying crayfish as a model for ecosystem toxicology - Dr. Mark Gunderson

Researching the medicinal values of sagebrush - Dr. Carolyn Dadabay 

Studying cellular toxicology and bone health  - Dr. Sara Heggland