BioSNTR is a state- and federally-funded distributed research center that supports growth in human, plant and animal biotechnology businesses by building research infrastructure that integrates powerful research tools in molecular imaging, computational biology, cellular/genetic manipulation with a broad range of topical research expertise. To promote undergraduate research in the field of biotechnology, BioSNTR had provided 15 undergraduate research stipends of $5,000 each to conduct research with BioSNTR faculty at SDSU, SDSM&T, USD/GEAR, and/or Sanford Research over the previous summers. The program spans 10 weeks from May – August. Attendance and presentation at the SD EPSCoR Undergraduate Research Symposium is expected as a condition of the stipend.
2017 Undergraduate Research Symposium
Congratulations to Laura Brunmaier of SDSMT! She was awarded 2nd place for her poster in the morning session.
BioSNTR students with their posters (l - r: Joseph Brett of SDSMT, Desmond Hanan of SDSU, Joseph Mammo of USD)
Next Generation Sequencing Workshop led by BioSNTR's Jose Gonzalez
Most of the pictures were provided by SD EPSCoR. More can be found on their site here.