Funded by the National Institutes of Health,
the Minority Biomedical Research Support Research Initiative for Scientific Enhancement
program at CSUDH provides mentorship and development for
underrepresented students in biology, chemistry, physics and psychology. Two of the program’s graduates,
Cheyenne Cummings and Marvin Malone, describe to Dateline how opportunities in MBRS RISE have broadened
their horizons and led them on the path to pursue their graduate degrees.