Opportunities for Undergraduate Students
Undergraduate Research Opportunities
INBRE student, Hania Koziol, at the Reijo-Pera Lab at MSU. Photo by Sanchez Gonzalez
Montana INBRE contributes to the pipleine of future professional researchers by supporting undergraduate research. Our research opportunities offer cutting-edge experience working with top-rate faculty and researchers.
Undergraduates at MSU in the biomedical and health sciences can apply for academic-year INBRE Research Program, which may extend over several semesters or serve students just beginning their research experience.
Summer undergraduate research experiences are available for both MSU students and students enrolled at institutions located in IDeA Program Western Region states (Montana, Alaska, Hawaii, Idaho, New Mexico, Nevada, and Wyoming).
Learn more. Contact: Aaron Thomas. University of Montana (Missoula)
Undergraduate Internship Opportunities
Public Health Intern, Weston McCue, talks with Sarah Codd about his research.
Montana INBRE supports undergraduate student success by helping students gain hands-on, professional experience through research and public health internship opportunities. MT INBRE internships have real-world applicability, are sometimes paid and involve close work with faculty and/or community mentors.
INBRE Public Health Internship Program (MSU in Bozeman) provides undergraduate students from a wide range of academic disciplines exposure to real community health issues, and an understanding of the tools available to investigate and solve these issues.
Contact: Bill Stadwiser, MSU, email@example.com
For a list of non-INBRE biomedical research and internship opportunities, click here.
Undergraduate Grant and Fellowship Opportunities
Montana INBRE occasionally supports individual students through grants and fellowships. When available, details will be listed below.
- No current undergraduate grant or fellowship opportunities.