How can an institution provide research experiences to RISE participants?
A. Institutions proposing research experiences must demonstrate that program participants will have meaningful research experiences in the laboratory of an active investigator who has extramural support and publishes. Details on how RISE students will select a research laboratory or be matched with a mentor must be provided in the application as well as, the number of hours that the student will spend in the laboratory, what the research experience will consist of and what the student is expected to learn or accomplish. The MORE Division recognizes that some RISE-eligible institutions may not have enough active researchers with extramural funding to support on-campus research experiences. However, such institutions could create a biomedical/behavioral interdisciplinary research training classroom/laboratory/courses, as well as establish collaborative arrangements with research institutions that have a significant number of mentors with NIH or other extramural research support to have t
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