Nancy Kelly, MS, MT

Nancy  Kelly
  • REPID Program Assistant

The REPID Program through support from the National Institutes of Health- National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NIH-NHLBI), provides a short term research training and enrichment experience for Michigan State University undergraduate/graduate/medical health professional students from under-represented, minority, and disadvantaged (URMD) groups. The goal is to inspire these students to pursue research careers in health-related areas of Cardiovascular, Pulmonary and Hematologic disciplines.


The REPID Program is designed to increase the number and diversity of researchers in health-related research by providing an inspiring and supportive environment for accomplishment and advancement. Our inspiration is to challenge the existing problem of diversity and health disparities in Biomedical/Clinical Research and Clinical Practice, and to foster career development for motivated individuals from URMD students at Michigan State University.