Recent News

Montana INBRE investigators receive award for suicide prevention paper
January 19, 2017
Five Montana INBRE investigators to receive a Top Communications Paper award for their work on suicide prevention in eastern Montana.
Mosquito-borne diseases and risk management to be discussed at Feb. 9 Café Scientifique
January 9, 2017
Bob Peterson will present “Managing Risk in a Complex World: Reflections on Mosquito-Borne Diseases and the Scientist’s Role in a Post-Fact Media Landscape” at 6 p.m. at the Baxter Hotel Ballroom in Bozeman. The event is free and open to the public.
MSU’s Josh Carter wins Rhodes Scholarship
November 21, 2016
Josh Carter, a senior who will receive twin degrees in both mechanical engineering and microbiology and hails from Watertown, South Dakota, has won a 2017 Rhodes Scholarship to study at Oxford University.
Prevention of youth suicide focus of Oct. 24 Kopriva lecture
October 4, 2016
Matthew Byerly, M.D., director of MSU's Center for Mental Health Research and Recovery, will present "Preventing Youth Suicide: Evidence About What Works," at 5:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 24, in the Hager Auditorium at the Museum of the Rockies.
MSU and partners awarded $20 million grant ­­to address Native health disparities in Montana and Alaska
August 16, 2016
The grant from the National Institutes of Health will fund a new program aimed at building research capacity and addressing health disparities. MSU professor Allen Harmsen will co-lead the program.
MSU professor Brian Bothner named new director of Montana INBRE
August 16, 2016
Chemistry and biochemistry professor Brian Bothner succeeds Allen Harmsen as director of the program.
MSU graduate receives NSF fellowship to pursue doctoral studies at Harvard University
July 25, 2016
Michael Ruiz has received a National Science Foundation fellowship to pursue research of how cell and tissue mechanics impact the evolution of human bodies.
MSU graduation fulfills dream for much-admired student from Burma
May 7, 2015
When Phyu Pannu Khin was an MSU freshman and missing her family in Burma, she would think of her father enduring five years as a political prisoner. Now, with her family watching, she will graduate May 9.
Former MT INBRE investigator, Shavonn Whiten, publishes first major paper
November 23, 2015
Former MT INBRE researcher, Shavonn Whiten, has published a paper with MSU professor Robert Peterson in the Journal of Medical Entomology detailing the relationship between ambient temperature and pesticide toxicity.
Adaptable immunologist to speak March 24 in Provost’s Distinguished Lecturer Series
March 4, 2015
MSU immunologist Allen Harmsen has seen the importance of adaptability in science. It has caused him to research everything from AIDS to influenza.