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Jillian Moore: Undergraduate Biology Research Program

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Published on Mar 12, 2012

Jillian Moore's research project was "The Role of Agouti in Convergent Adaptive Melanism in Rock Pocket Mice."

The University of Arizona's Undergraduate Biology Research Program (UBRP) is an educational program designed to teach students science by involving them in biologically related research. Students are paid for their time in the lab where they develop an understanding of scientific method and receive a realistic view of biological research. They also acquire the tools necessary to be successful in post-graduate studies in biology should they choose careers related to biology or biomedical research. UBRP demonstrates how the resources of a major research university can be brought to bear on undergraduate education.

For more information on The University of Arizona's UBRP, visit http://ubrp.arizona.edu/. Jillian was recorded in February 2012.

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