Members of the Redox Biology Center often mentor undergraduate students in independent research. Students are encouraged to contact faculty members directly to discuss possible research opportunities.
International Redox Graduate level course:
RBC offers a one-week graduate course in redox regulation, oxidative stress and selenoproteins which encompasses an international exchange of students and lecturer's primarily recruited from the Redox Biology Center and the Karolinska Institutet. The course location rotates between UNL and Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden.
Summer Undergraduate Research Program (REU):
The ten-week summer program is sponsored by the National Science Foundation and Department of Defense and will place the student with a faculty mentor in whose lab the student’s research project will be pursued. The student will participate fully in the life of the mentor’s lab.
The RBC funds collaborative pilot project proposals to build on existing strengths in the RBC and/or to explore new multiple research ideas. The purpose of this pilot program cycle is to seed innovative collaborative research that will successfully compete for extramural multiple PI/project program funding. Collaborations were not limited to faculty within the RBC but a lead PI is to be a current member of the RBC.