Development of an undergraduate bioresearch group (UBG) of students and mentors, during a period of 13 years, has been a successful strategy to enhance the research training opportunities among students in biology and associated disciplines. A total of 38 students have participated in a model for research based on a series of hierarchical steps along research design, management, and academic assessments. The developed and applied research model is significant to develop mentorships within temporal and spatial limitations, while promoting multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary liaisons. The outcomes of the period reported assess successfully the model followed. Integrations and collaborations are key to enhance the opportunities for students to attend graduate and/or professional schools. professional faculty development, and the institution vison and mission to prepare successful science citizens.