INMED Student Research Published in “Frontiers”

SMHS & Indians Into Medicine-University of North Dakota student Tarlynn Tone-Pah-Hote and Assistant Professor Nicole Redvers recently published an article in Frontiers, “The commercialization of biospecimens from Indigenous Peoples: A scoping review of benefit-sharing.”
This publication was part of SMHS’s Research Experience for Medical Students (REMS) program. The goal of the program is to provide hands-on experience and training in basic, behavioral, social, or translational (clinical) research by the future physicians of North Dakota. The REMS program also provides an excellent training opportunity for those medical students who may be considering placement in the UND SMHS Physician-Scientist Training Program for completion of an M.D./Ph.D..
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Trista Seger, UND SMHS