We would like to congratulate a recent Boise State University graduate Daniel Greiner, who will be matriculating into the Bioscience Ph.D. program at the University of Utah this fall. Daniel regularly collaborated with the Beard Mv.P. Lab on multiple research projects and stated having "benefited extensively from Dr. Beard's mentoring." We wish him the best of luck in all his endeavors. He will be greatly missed.
We are proud to announce Desiree Self has achieved the high honor of being awarded a 2018 Graduate Summer Fellowship, in which Dr. Beard will mentor her in her research. "The overarching goal is to create a sustainable change in the biomedical research culture at Boise State, thereby empowering researchers to address national health challenges." -COBRE IN MATRIX BIOLOGY “The INBRE Fellows are the best and brightest undergraduate students in Idaho. The selection process is competitive and rigorous.” -IDAHO INBRE
We are very excited to announce that Jessica McAllister received a 2018 INBRE Summer Fellowship. Dr. Beard will mentor her in her research. "The INBRE Fellows are the best and brightest undergraduate students in Idaho. The selection process is competitive and rigorous." -IDAHO INBRE
Dr. Beard attended the 24th Annual Blood-Brain Barrier (BBB) Consortium Meeting on March 15th and 16th in Portland, Oregon. The meeting focused on "Advancing Translational Research on Central Nervous Systems (CNS) Barriers: Development, Disease, and Trauma."
Dr. Beard has had the pleasure of mentoring both INBRE Undergraduate Fellows and high school-to-college STEM Transition Trainees this summer through Idaho's INBRE program at Boise State University. From July 31st to August 2nd, Dr. Beard joined these students as they presented their research at the Idaho INBRE Statewide Research Conference. Left: Dr. Beard and Heidi Henderson outside the main event.Right: Idaho INBRE student dinner. Learn more about these programs by clicking below:
July 26 - 27, 2017, Boise State University Beard Mv.P Lab is proud to announce the participation of four of its undergraduate students in the 2017 Idaho Conference on Undergraduate Research. These students conducted their research under the mentorship of Richard S Beard Jr., Ph.D., and presented their research findings at Boise State University on July 26th and 27th. Congratulations to (clockwise from upper left) Jessica McAllister, Steven Pilarski, Heidi Henderson, and Alex Lanza. Learn more about the ICUR program at Boise State University.
Congratulations on graduating with your Bachelor's Degree. Left: Ofeira FaapouliRight: Travis Wertz
https://news.boisestate.edu/update/2017/05/02/biology-students-represent-boise-state-national-conference/ Left: Brian HoettelsRight: Travis Wertz
The Sigma Xi Grants-in-Aid of Research (GIAR) program awards grants of up to $1,000 to students from all areas of the sciences and engineering. https://www.sigmaxi.org/programs/grants-in-aid