Announcing the 2020 INBRE/Honors Fellowship Recipients
The Maine IDeA Network for Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE) is a National Institute of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Health-supported network of thirteen Maine institutions, including the University of Maine Honors College.
We are excited to announce the recipients of this year’s INBRE/Honors Thesis Fellowships and Pre-Thesis Research Fellowships. These fellowship opportunities are open to Honors College students who are working on a research project in biomedical research in comparative functional genomics with INBRE research scientists at the University of Maine.
Each thesis fellowship recipient will receive a $2,500 scholarship and a $1,000 stipend for materials and supplies; while each pre-thesis research fellowship recipient will receive a $1,200 scholarship and a $400 stipend for materials.
INBRE/Honors Thesis Fellowship Recipients
- Dakota Archambault ’21 (Microbiology)
- Emma Bragdon ’21 (Biochemistry)
- Gina DiFederico ’21 (Microbiology)
- Sarah Latario ’21 (Biochemistry)
- Christian Potts ’21 (Molecular & Cellular Biology)
- Claire Schaffer ’21 (Biology)
- Bailey West ’21 (Biochemistry)
- Ben Williams ’21 (Biochemistry; Microbiology)
INBRE/Honors Pre-Thesis Research Fellowship Recipients
- Matthew Cox ’22 (Molecular & Cellular Biology)
Basel White ’22 (Biomedical Engineering)
Congratulations to all of the fellowship recipients!