NIH-NIBIB-ESTEEMED ADISRE scholarship program

Achieving Diversity through Integrative Scientific Research (ADISRE), funded by The National Institutes of Health (NIH), is designed to provide research education through “Creating a Desire” for learning, and the ethical and useful application of scientific thought and method.

The over-arching goal is to produce STEM graduates with an internal drive to serve their community by pursuing a career in biomedical sciences.

The program targets incoming freshmen majoring in biology, chemistry, forensic science or mathematics. The students must maintain a GPA of 3.0 or higher, and should be committed to obtaining a doctoral degree and entering a career in biomedical sciences.
Principal Investigator: Chellu S Chetty Ph.D.
Co-PI: Dr. Manoj Prasad Ph.D.
Program Coordinator: Alex Pierce
As this is a NIH grant, it is considered a "salary" position for the scholars and not a part of Financial Aid.
Scholarship Application

ADISRE students