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Wyoming INBRE has established a number of awards and programs designed to provide educational, experiential and funding opportunities for students of many types accross Wyoming. From community colleges and high schoolers to tribal schools and undergradutes here at UW, any student seeking a future career in the biomedical sciences would be considered to receive INBRE support.


student researcher with test tubes iconUndergraduate Programs

Each Fall-Spring and Summer, the Wyoming INBRE program funds about 10 UW undergraduates applying to engage in biomedical research. Research hours must be completed during the award period. The assistantship is open to any University of Wyoming (Laramie campus) SOPHOMORE, JUNIOR or SENIOR student interested in biomedical research.

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Transition Students

INBRE offers competitive awards for outstanding community college life science students who are transferring to the University of Wyoming to pursue careers in the biomedical sciences. The program will provide financial support for selected students to attend UW for up to 2 years and engage in INBRE-supported research activities in addition to their degree coursework.

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Other Opportunities

Wyoming INBRE's partnerships with other governmental, academic and private entities provide additional opportunities for students to travel, collaborate, learn and get real-world experience in biomedical fields. 

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