NIGMS supports student training and faculty research in the biomedical sciences at CSU
Research Initiative for Scientific Enhancement (RISE) is a student research training program designed to provide expanded opportunities for undergraduates majoring in biology, chemistry or physics to prepare for doctoral-level work.
Support of Competitive Research (SCORE) is a program to enhance the biomedical research capabilities of the university by support of faculty research.
For answers to frequently-asked questions ("FAQ") about the Chicago State University RISE biomedical training program, click here. If you are interested in applying to be part of the RISE Program, please download and print the RISE Student Employment Form, complete it and drop it off at the CSU NIGMS Office (room SCI-222). The Program Director will contact you and make an appointment to discuss your eligibility to participate in the program.
Welcome to the seven new RISE trainees who were joined by other STEM undergraduate participants in last summer's NIGMS-funded "TILT" research skills workshop.
|Applications are now invited for the 2017 summer TILT workshop.|
|As a measure of the scientific impact of the CSU RISE (and its NIGMS predecessor) Program, publications authored or co-authored by program students & alumni in peer-reviewed scientific journals now exceed the 150 milestone.Click here for a complete listing of publication citations.|
|Congratulations to 18 CSU NIGMS-funded Programs alumni awarded Ph.D. degrees during the past decade:|
Cynthia Aku-Leh, Ph.D.in physics, University of Michigan* This brings the total CSU NIGMS-funded programs alumni awarded the Ph.D. degree in one of the biomedical sciences to 29. For a full list , please click here.
Shannon Allen, Ph.D. in molecular biology, Northwestern University
Geraldine Cochran, Ph.D.in physics education research, Florida International University
Alfred Diggs, Ph.D.in biological engineering, Purdue University
Adrienne Eastland, Ph.D.in molecular bioscience, Northwestern University
Valerie Goss, Ph.D. in chemistry & nanomaterials, University of Notre Dame
Pablo E. Guzman, Ph.D. in organic chemistry, Emory University
Tyvette Hilliard, Ph.D. in medicinal chemistry, University of Illinois at Chicago
Crystalann Jones, Ph.D. in organic chemistry, University of Illinois at Chicago
Nicole Jones, Ph.D.in biological sciences, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Ikenna Madueke, Ph,D. in physiology and biophysics, University of Illinois at Chicago
Diana Mayweather, Ph.D.in biochemistry, Northwestern University
Diana Monsivais, Ph.D.in biological sciences, Northwestern University
Nikki Nwani, Ph.D. in molecular bioscience, Northwestern University
George Pates, Ph.D.in analytical chemistry, Purdue University
Juan Reyes, Ph.D. in biological sciences, Northwestern University
Stephen Smith, Ph.D.in chemistry, Northwestern University
Noelle Wakefield, Ph.D.in biological sciences, Northwestern University
16th Annual ABRCMS Biomedical Research Conference, November 9-12, Tampa, FL.
EightCSU NIGMS-RISE students were among the four-thousand attendees at this national conference funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and organized by the American Society for Microbiology. The CSU group made 7 presentations of their biomedical research results. Congratulations to Muriel McClendon for her award winning poster in the chemistry section! For a listing of authors and presentation titles, please click here.
If you have comments, or if you would like more information about CSU NIGMS Programs, contact RISE Program Director, Dr. Devi Potluri, email email@example.com, or Programs coordinator Dr Warren Sherman, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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