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FMHI hosts 2022 Summer Research Institute Scholar Research Day

Members of the 2022 FMHI Summer Research Institute

Students and faculty participate in the 2022 FMHI Summer Research Institute Scholar Research Day

The Summer Research Institute (SRI) at the Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute (FMHI) Scholar Research Day 2022 showcased and celebrated the work of this year's cohort of undergraduate researchers.

Scholar Research Day marks the end of 11 weeks of intense in-person instruction in which each scholar was matched with a faculty mentor with whom to conduct their research study. Students also participated in a variety of activities, including community field experiences, seminars, and a workshop series, coordinated by the institute's core faculty, Kathleen Moore, PhD and Khary Rigg, PhD. The undergraduate SRI is funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse.

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