In this post, MDI Biological Laboratory animal core technician Karlee Markovich talks about her experience inspiring interest in science among students at a Bangor middle school as part of Maine BioScience Day.
The following profile of REGEN2017 student Susannah Kassmer, Ph.D., appears in the fall edition of the MDI Biological Laboratory's "Breaking Through" magazine, which focuses on how the study of highly regenerative animal models can help science understand the potential for regeneration in humans.
The MDI Biological Laboratory’s recent signature course in comparative regenerative biology, REGEN2017, attracted senior graduate students, post-docs and junior faculty from around the world. Here, some of the students talk about what the experience meant to them. Pictured above: Susannah Kassmer, Ph.D., post-doctoral fellow, University of California-Santa Barbara. ‘I want to help people who…
This editorial in the Bangor Daily News quotes MDI Biological Laboratory research assistant Jesse Rochester on the need for STEM jobs in Maine in making the case in favor of a June 13 ballot referendum for a $50 million bond to support the growth of innovative R&D companies in Maine.
MDI Biological Laboratory President Kevin S. Strange, Ph.D., addresses why it's important for voters to go to the polls June 13 to vote "Yes" on Maine Question 1, a ballot referendum for a $50 million bond that is critical to retaining the state’s college graduates and to modernizing Maine’s economy.
Three research assistants at the MDI Biological Laboratory talk about about how Maine INBRE helped foster their careers, and about what the opportunity to work in biomedical research in their home state means to them.
This excerpt from the MDI Biological Laboratory's biannual news magazine, "Breaking Through," describes the role of the MDI Biological Laboratory's new Maine Center for Biomedical Innovation in promoting a thriving science and technology sector in Maine.