Links to help students launch their research experience with INBRE:
Student Research Experience (SRE)
Applications for the Spring 2020 semester are now closed. Applications for Summer 2020 will open on May 1, 2020. New students will be required to complete a Pre-Application Form. Returning students should contact firstname.lastname@example.org for an application. For an overview of the application process, click here.
Students must read before applying! Click here to view the SRE Eligibility & Requirements table.
Students can start here to find a prospective Lab Supervisor!
Students are required to complete a Lab Supervisor Acknowledgement (LSA) Form and Checklist with a prospective Lab Supervisor and upload it to the SRE Application.
Click here to view the instructions on how to complete a Student IDP for the Student and Mentor
What to expect! A list of semester-long activities each student undertakes as an SRE participant.
Guidelines and Expectations for the INBRE Lab Supervisor.
Tailored to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) campus, the NIH Lab Safety Training is a great resource for all research students and scientists. This is mandatory training for INBRE SRE students.
INBRE program is available at (8) of our partner institutions! Click here to view the list of our partners.
Need more information? Learn who your Campus Coordinator is and connect with them here.
Familiarize yourself with the student orientation materials here.
View sample posters, abstracts & papers, judging criteria and poster printing information here.
Visit the UH Manoa PBRC poster printing site to download the Hawaii INBRE logo available in two different formats.
In journal articles, oral or poster presentations, news releases, news and feature articles, interviews with reporters and other communications, acknowledge the IDeA program’s full or partial support of the research. The citation in scientific publications should use the following format:
This project was supported by grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS), IDeA Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE), Award number: P20GM103466. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.