Flag Counter
Free Visitor Maps at VisitorMap.org
hit counter
NDINBRE Supported By
National Institutes of Health
National Center for Research Resources
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
501 N. Columbia Road, Stop 9037 - Grand Forks, ND 58202-9037
Telephone: (701) 777-6376 - Fax: (701) 777-6372


April 1, 2016                   The 4th Annual Tribal College Research
January 21, 2016           Science Fair Season Click here
October 23, 2015         The Seventh Annual ND INBRE

2015 Summer Undergraduate Poster Session 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.
Undergraduates Win Poster Awards at 36th Annual Frank Lowe Research Day.
Broadcom Masters semifinalist
Alyssa Kemp Details
The Society of Toxicology
Jamie Van Gieson Details
This Website is best viewed in Google Chrome
Brooke Freeberg and Danielle Germundson won Best Student Poster awards at the Frank Lowe Research Day held at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine & Health Sciences on April 7, 2016. Both students are funded by ND INBRE. 

Brooke Freeberg (1st place), working with Dr. Cristina Oancea (Population Health), examined the role of faith or spirituality on the association between cancer pain and depression among adult cancer survivors.  Findings emphasized the importance of faith/spirituality in helping mitigate the association between cancer pain and depression. Brooke is a senior Biology major who will begin graduate school this fall to pursue a Ph.D. in Clinical and Translational Sciences with an Emphasis in Disease Pathology.

Germundsonís (2nd place) research with Dr. Kumi Combs (Pathology), utilized a milk allergy mouse model to investigate the function of mast calls as mediators of immune-nervous system connection.  Germundson is a sophomore Medical Laboratory Science major at UND and plans to pursue a Masterís degree in the field.

Danyelle Osowski Details
Pfizer SOT Undergraduate Student Travel Award