The K-INBRE is an initiative funded by the National Institutes of Health to invigorate biomedical research in Kansas. The K-INBRE provides scholarships to undergraduate researchers to work in KU research labs. The goal of the program is to help prepare students for a career in the biomedical sciences.
Previous K-INBRE scholars have gone on to pursue training to be research scientists, physicians, engineers, psychologists, teachers, and many other professions.
Students interested in applying will need to be working in (or accepted to work in) a research lab with a scientific mentor. Students without mentors may read our FAQ page about finding an appropriate mentor. We also encourage you to look at our current scholars page to see the kinds of projects are students are doing.
Any questions should be directed to the campus coordinator, Dr. Brian D. Ackley at email@example.com.
Be a Part of K-INBRE
Faculty, postdoctoral researchers, graduate students and undergraduates conducting biomedical research are welcome to be a part of the K-INBRE Community.K-INBRE Parent Program