". . . . . . promoting excellence in the biomedical sciences . . . . . "
The Chicago State University MBRS Programs support student training in the biomedical sciences and faculty research.
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 MBRS Office (room SCI-222). The Program Director will contact you and make an appointment to discuss your eligibility to participate in the program.
The ten-week GRE preparation workshop that started February 12 is now ending. Contact Dr Sherman for dates of the next workshop.
Next summer's nine-week RISE Program introduction to research skills workshop "TILT" is scheduled for Tuesday, May 28 through Friday, July 26, 2013. To download an application form click here
Congratulations to seven CSU MBRS Programs alumni awarded Ph.D. degrees 2011/2012:
Alfred Diggs, Ph.D. in biological engineering, Purdue University
Valerie Goss, Ph.D. in chemistry & nanomaterials, University of Notre Dame
Tyvette Hilliard, PhD in medicinal chemistry, University of Illinois at Chicago
Nicole Jones, Ph.D. in biological sciences, University of Illinois at Urban-Champaign
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
This website is maintained by Dr. Warren Sherman. If you have comments, or if you would like more information about the CSU MBRS Programs, contact program staff at email@example.com
Site updated 05/01/13