• 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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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.

INBRE Undergraduate Transition Scholar Receives Award at Western INBRE/COBRE Conference

Wyoming INBRE Undergraduate Transition Scholar Josh Sharpe recieved the award for the outstanding poster presentation in the cellular and molecular biology category at the recent Western INBRE/COBRE meeting in Honolulu, Hawaii. Shape's poster titled "Structural-functional studies of TSPO" co-authored by Tom Moulton (another INBRE Transition Scholar), Nora Susanti and Krysztina Varga, reports results of their investigations that have determined that the 18 kDa human translocator protein TPSO is suitable for solid state NMR structure determination.  This opens the door for development of high resolution structural studies of TPSO that will be transformative for drug design to combat heart disease, diabetic neuropathies, and other diseases. Posters submitted by faculty, postdocs, graduate students and undergraduates were considered for the award.

Wyoming INBRE Holds Annual Community College Network Retreat

The Wyoming INBRE Community College Network 9th Annual Retreat was held October 12-15th at the UW/National Park Service Research Station in Grand Teton National Park. This year 55 college and university faculty and students presented results of their research and discussed college INBRE program plans for the new academic year, and Wyoming INBRE community college activities. On Friday evening a keynote tallk "The Human Gastrointestinal Microbiome and its Role in Health and Disease" was delivered by Dr. Naomi Ward, Associate Professor of Molecular Biology, University of Wyoming. 

UW Joins NIH IDeA Funded Regional Health Research Partnership

The University of Wyoming is partnering with 12 other universities across seven states in the Mountain West to put clinical research into practice to address regional health concerns including access to care, cancer, obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular and infectious diseases. A five-year, $20.3 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) NIGMS IDeA program announced this week will create a research network called the Clinical and Translational Research Infrastructure Network (CTR-IN). Member institutions will share resources and expertise to support the development of bench-to-bedside research through a series of individual pilot grants. Read More

UW Researcher Stephen Ford Awarded $1.5 Million from NIH for Maternal Obesity Research

In an effort to help reduce a nationwide maternal obesity epidemic, the National Institutes of Health has awarded a five-year, $1.5 million grant to researcher Stephen P. Ford, director of the University of Wyoming’s Center for the Study of Fetal Programming. Dr. Ford has received support from Wyoming INBRE and is a past INBRE Thematic Investigator mentor. Read more

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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

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Email: sseville@uwyo.edu

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