California State University, Hayward (CSUH), currently maintains an MBRS Program with 6 research investigators and 13-14 students. Students are involved in project experiences ranging from laboratory to behavioral related research. Research activities focus on strengthening independent thinking, research design and application skills, in addition to promoting academic excellence outside the research setting. The CSUH/MBRS Program is requesting four years of funding to promote the research activities of investigators and students alike. Continuation of the MBRS Program is essential to maintain high quality research endeavors that benefit long range student academic pursuits. During the initial two years of the grant, 7 students have entered Ph.D. programs, 2 students have entered Master's Degree programs and 2 students have entered Nursing internships as a step toward future Ph.D. program entrance. As a means of strengthening MBRS research activities, 4 new research investigators have jointed 5 continuing investigators in submitting research proposals. The CSUH/MBRS Program welcomes new participants and acknowledges that their participation not only fosters new research endeavors, but also helps to meet student demand for positions within the Program.

Agency
National Institute of Health (NIH)
Institute
National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS)
Type
Minority Biomedical Research Support - MBRS (S06)
Project #
5S06GM048135-07
Application #
6180352
Study Section
Minority Programs Review Committee (MPRC)
Project Start
1993-09-01
Project End
2001-05-31
Budget Start
2000-06-01
Budget End
2001-05-31
Support Year
7
Fiscal Year
2000
Total Cost
$818,371
Indirect Cost
Name
California State University Hayward
Department
Biology
Type
Schools of Arts and Sciences
DUNS #
194044335
City
Hayward
State
CA
Country
United States
Zip Code
94542
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