CBBRe Hosts First SPURA Lunch of Summer
Hosted every Thursday at 12-12:30 p.m. from May 25 to July 27 in Lee Medicine room 105, the SPURA lunches welcome summer researchers to collaborate and network with their peers on campus. Lunches are provided by the South Dakota Biomedical Research Infrastructure Network (SD BRIN). Staff and faculty are welcome to attend.
SPURA is a multi-disciplinary summer research program that gives USD undergraduate students opportunities to conduct mentored, hypothesis-driven research in fields related to substance use and abuse and mental health issues. The program incorporates a wide range of experimental methods with human or animal subjects, including cognitive, behavioral, systems, neuropharmacological, electrophysiological and molecular approaches.
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