||Mentored Research Fellowships
The goals of our Mentored Research Program are to increase the number of college and university faculty in Arkansas with active, funded research programs in biomedical science, and to increase the number of undergraduate students in Arkansas who pursue careers in biomedical science. For faculty at primarily undergraduate colleges and universities in Arkansas, the AR INBRE’s Mentored Research Program offers summer research opportunities on a competitive basis. Research can be performed in a mentor’s laboratory, in both the mentor’s and faculty fellow’s laboratory or only in the faculty fellow’s laboratory. However, frequent consultation and interaction with the mentor is strongly encouraged.
Undergraduate faculty members are given opportunities to engage in an intensive, state-of-the-art research experience in the laboratory of an established, experienced faculty member at one of the three lead INBRE institutions.
Specifics of the Undergraduate Faculty Mentoring Programs
For a Summer Mentored Fellowship, the following are provided: a salary stipend that is based on the faculty’s institutional base-salary plus fringe benefits, a research supply budget, and travel.
Criteria for evaluating proposals includes training potential, experience of the mentor, potential for extramural funding to the faculty fellow and mentor team, inclusion of women and minority applicants, and potential for continuation of the project with involvement of undergraduate or graduate students at the undergraduate faculty’s home institution.
An ad hoc committee of the INBRE Steering Committee will review all the applications and recommend funding to the INBRE director.
A long-term, ongoing relationship between the mentor and mentored faculty is strongly encouraged.
Workshops on funding opportunities for mentored research awards from NIH will be provided during the project.
Undergraduate faculty interested in applying for a fellowship should contact a potential mentor with a research area of common interest. Mentors are researchers at one of the three lead AR
INBRE institutions, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, University of Arkansas at Little Rock or University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. A current list of available mentors is found under
Mentors. The prospective team (faculty
and mentor) will then jointly prepare a written proposal.
November 30, 2012
Summer Mentored Research Program
Dates of 2013 Program
May 20, 2013- July 26, 2013
Research Day July 24, 2013
Chalk Talks for Summer Faculty July 25, 2013
closed for Summer of 2013
Annual Progress Report Templates
2012 Faculty Fellows
2011 Faculty Fellows
2010 Faculty Fellows
2009 Faculty Fellows
2008 Faculty Fellows
2007 Faculty Fellows
2006 Faculty Fellows