EKU McNair Scholars Accepted into the Prestigious Undergraduate Summer Biomedical Research Program at the University of Kentucky

McNair Scholars accepted into Undergraduate Summer Biomedical Research Program

EKU McNair scholars Bruce Northington and Kendall Collins (both EKU biology majors) have been accepted into the prestigious 2017 Undergraduate Summer Biomedical Research Program at the University of Kentucky. This program is sponsored by the Kentucky Biomedical Research Infrastructure Network (KBRIN).  KBRIN funds up to 20 undergraduate students annually to participate in biomedical research under the supervision of faculty mentors who are actively engaged in biomedical research at the University of Louisville or the University of Kentucky. Following ten weeks of research activity, Bruce and Kendall will present their summer research at Poster Day and the Kentucky Academy of Science Meeting held in November. Students particpating in the program receive a stipend and free university housing during the program. Congratulations Bruce and Kendall!

Published on April 27, 2017

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