• Strengthening Biomedical Research This project was supported in part by grants from the National Center for Research Resources (P20RR016474) and the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (P20GM103432) from the National Institutes of Health. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.
  • Creating Research Opportunties
  • Creating Research Opportunities The University of Wyoming is one of 22 institutions funded by the National Institutes for Health IDeA Networks for Biomedical Excellence (INBRE) Program.
  • Wyoming INBRE Network The Wyoming INBRE network is led by the University of Wyoming in partnership with seven community colleges.

Welcome to Wyoming INBRE

The goal of Wyoming INBRE 2 is to continue to build on
the accomplishments of the eight years of National
Institutes for Health Biomedical Research
Infrastructure (BRIN). Phase I and the recently
concluded Northern Rockies IDeA Networks
for Biomedical Research Excellence
(INBRE) program.

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Idaho INBRE to Host Western INBRE and CoBRE Bi-annual Meeting

Idaho INBRE will host the 2015 Bi-Annual Western INBRE and CoBRE meeting Monday-Wednesday, October 12-14, 2015 in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Registration opens January 1, 2015. Details will be posted as they become available.

Wyoming INBRE Funds 7 New Community College Transition Scholars

On Saturday, April 25th Wyoming INBRE recognized 7 new UW-community college transition scholars that will transfer to UW to pursue their baccalaureate degrees next fall. Russel Goff, Tyler Graham, and Rachel Lamb from Central Wyoming College; Brent Rhodes and Anne Salsbury from Western Wyoming College; and Wyatt Fabrizio and David Rach from Northern Wyoming College, will all recieve support to attend UW to pursue their degrees and recieve training in UW research laboratories. They will be joining Olivia Rogers, Bill Treblecock, James Erdmann and Delina Dority who recieved transition awards in 2013.

List of Wyoming INBRE 2 Peer Reviewed Papers Published

For a list of all peer reviewed papers published acknowledging Wyoming INBRE 2 support click here.

Two UW Professors Explore Mitotic Spindle Assembly in Paper Published in Science

November 14, 2013 — Every cell, no matter how large or small, must regulate the size of its internal parts. Like organs, these parts, called organelles, perform basic functions to keep cells alive and healthy. University of Wyoming researchers Jay Gatlin and John Oakey have developed a research method to address this question of how one such organelle, the mitotic spindle, scales with changes in cell size. More

U. Washington ITHS Offers Free Webinar on Internet Tools to Expand Contact Networks

The University of Washington Institute for Translational Health Sciences is hosting a free webinar Thursday, November 14th from 3-4 PM about using SciVal, PubMed Scopus and ClinicalTrials.gov as tools for expanding contact networks. The webinar will also be recorded and available by videostream from ithsTV archives. Read more.

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Contact Information

Wyoming INBRE

College of Health Science
1000 E. University Ave.
Dept. 3375 
Laramie, WY 82071 
(307) 766-6131

Jun Ren

Program Director
Email: jren@uwyo.edu

Robert "Scott" Seville

Program Coordinator
Email: sseville@uwyo.edu

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