• 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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Wyoming INBRE requests pre-proposals for collaborative projects with CSU

Following a recent conference in Ft. Collins, CO the Wyoming INBRE Administrative Core is requesting pre-proposals from UW and CSU researchers who would like to share expertise and engage an opportunity to submit collaborative proposals to the Wyoming INBRE- CSU HPCRL Collaborative Grant Program. The goal of this program is to build collaborations that provide UW researchers access to clinical expertise, resources and approaches and to develop projects that will be competitive for external funding from NIH or other sources. The goal of the program is to fund two projects at $50K per year each for two years. Proposals that build on the research strengths and expertise of collaborating researchers that address the Wyoming INBRE Thematic Areas including cardiovascular health, type 2 diabetes, metabolic diseases, and rural health issues will receive priority.  More Information

Wyoming INBRE and Wyoming EPSCoR are now accepting applications for Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships

Math, Science, and Engineering students receive a $3500 to conduct research at the University of Wyoming during the summer of 2013.  

Wyoming INBRE provides support for outstanding undergraduate students to conduct research on biomedical related projects.  

Wyoming EPSCoR supports students in the sciences, engineering, mathematics, and science/mathematics education.  They encourage proposals focused on topics related to hydrology, geology/geophysics, energy, climate change, ecosystems science, natural resources, and computational science and/or modeling.

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Wyoming INBRE awards two UW- Wyoming Community College Collaborative Grants

Wyoming INBRE has awarded two UW- Wyoming Community College Collaborative Grants.  Ami Wangeline (Laramie County Community College), Bill Murdock and Franco Basile (UW) are receiving funding for their project Identification and analysis of bioactive substances from selenophilic fungi antagonistic against cancer cells in vitro and in vivo.  Steve McAllister (Central Wyoming College) and Naomi Ward are receiving funds for their project Functional significance of the microbiome in Hirschsprung’s enterocolitis. The goal of the program is to support research projects that engage University and Wyoming Community College researchers and students in projects with the potential to produce publishable results and develop into fundable programs at NIH and other federal agencies. The project should engage undergraduate and graduate students and postdocs at UW and the community college in the collaboration and facilitate the development of undergraduates into independent researchers. It should also help undergraduates identify and pursue pathways to the baccalaureate degree and graduate training in the biomedical sciences.

Western INBRE states soliciting applications for summer undergraduate research programs

Several western INBRE states are accepting applications from across the region for students to participate in their resident summer undergraduate research programs. For links to additional information, due dates, and application materials see <More>

Soft Ray Looks to Save Lives by Developing Rapid, Low-Cost System for Detection of Bacteria in Blood Platelets

Paul E. Johnson envisions the day when most citizens can have their blood platelets checked quickly for bacteria at a low cost. And he has created the technology that he believes can make a difference in eventually saving lives. <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

Program Coordinator
Email: sseville@uwyo.edu

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