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Institutional Development Award (IDeA)
National Institute of General Medical Sciences
National Institutes of Health
Building biomedical research capacity in North Dakota
by serving public universities and tribal colleges within the state
North Dakota IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence
University of North Dakota - School of Medicine & Health Sciences
1301 N. Columbia Road, Stop 9037 - Grand Forks, ND 58202-9037
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2015 Abstracts
In journal articles, oral or poster presentations, news releases, news and feature articles, interviews with reporters and other communications on projects funded by INBRE funds, faculty and students are required to acknowledge the IDeA program's full or partial support of the research. The citation in scientific publications should use the following format:

Research reported in this [publication/release] was supported by an Institutional Development Award (IDeA) from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Health under grant number P20GM103442.
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Pfizer SOT Undergraduate Student Travel Award
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2016 Abstracts
North Dakota Tribal College Research Symposium

The 5th Annual ND Tribal College Research Symposium will be held April 7, 2017 at Cankdeska Cikana Community College.  The Keynote Speaker, Michael Yellow Bird, PhD, will discuss his research in a presentation titled  “Mindfulness, Neuroplasticity, and the Science of Traditional Indigeneous Contemplative Practices”.  Additional talks by Stanley Atcitty, PhD of Sandia National Laboratories and Jeffrey A. Henderson, MD, MPH, will be followed by an afternoon undergraduate poster session.  More information and registration can be found here.  Symposium Agenda  pdf.
Summer Undergraduate Research Poster Session


On Thursday, August 3, 2017, undergraduate students from UND, rural and tribal colleges in North Dakota and Minnesota and across the United States presented the results of their summer research.  Participating in a 10-week program, students worked in labs in the UND SMHS Departments of Pathology and Biomedical Sciences, the UND Department of Biology, Cankdeska Cikana Community College and the UND SMHS Center for Rural Health.
Read more here         2017 Summer Poster Session Photos
Summer Undergraduate Research
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Pfizer SOT Undergraduate Student Travel Award  Danielle Germundson Details
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2017 ND INBRE Annual Symposium

Registration and Information

The Annual Meeting will be held Saturday – Sunday, October 14 & 15, 2017 at the new UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences.  Saturday morning will include student research presentations; a research poster session will be held in the afternoon.  Dr. Thomas Hyde of the Lieber Institute is the featured speaker at the Saturday dinner.  Students will have the opportunity to sign up for Sunday workshops on Western Blotting, Confocal Microscopy, qPCR and Immunohistochemistry.
03/30/2017                 North Dakota State Science & Engineering Fair
03/12/2017                 Danielle Germundson awarded Pfizer SOT Travel Award
02/02/2017                 Science Fair Season Underway




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Intrigued by her experience in the molecular biology boot camp, an 11th grader from Minto High School, North Dakota, returned to her school this fall and gave a presentation on GMOs to her classmates. Her next plan is to design a project for the Science Fair this year, although her school has not historically participated.

Biofuels, genetically modified organisms (GMOs), DNA fingerprinting, and tracking disease outbreaks were some of the topics explored by high school students during a one-week Molecular Biology “Boot Camp” held at the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences, July 31-Aug 4, 2017.  Nineteen students from high schools in the region, including Crookston, Hope-Page, Lincoln, Minto, Park Christian, Sacred Heart, and West Fargo, were introduced to a variety of laboratory techniques used in research, including PCR (polymerase chain reaction), electrophoresis, chromatography, and ELISA (enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay). 2017 Boot Camp Photos
Molecular Biology Boot Camp

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