• 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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UW Professor’s Cancer Gene Research Highlighted in GENETICS Magazine

A University of Wyoming researcher has discovered what could be an important insight in reversing cancer-associated properties of cells caused by genetic mutations in humans. And he did it using worms. <more>

Wyoming INBRE Requests Proposals for Bioinformatics Supplement Grants

To stimulate research utilizing bioinformatics approaches Wyoming INBRE is seeking applications from INBRE-supported investigators (and others in the University of Wyoming biomedical research community) for high-throughput molecular projects that would utilize the INBRE Bioinformatics Core and/or independent computational biology/ chemistry/ modeling projects. This is intended as a supplemental grant to enhance or augment currently funded research projects. Selected applications will receive up to $5000 of supplementary funding to support research that would extend the original specific aims of the research project with the goal of enhancing the novelty and competitiveness of the work. <see RFP>

INBRE to host Bioinformatics Open House and guest speaker

Reminder: Bioinformatics Open House (appointments still available 11am-12:50pm) and Seminar (2pm) on Wednesday, January 23rd.

Contact sseville@uwyo.edu to set up an appointment.

Please share this announcement with others that might be interested.

On January 23rd, 2013 in Health Sciences #562 Wyoming INBRE will host an Open House where Drs. David Liberles, Wyoming INBRE Bioinformatics Core Director, Jessica Siltberg-Liberles, INBRE Bioinformatics Core Manager, and David Pollock, University of Colorado School of Medicine will be available to discuss the RFP for Bioinformatics Supplement grants and approaches to integrating computational approaches into your research. Dr. Pollock will also present a seminar "Transposable elements, mutation, and the evolution of vertebrate genomes" at 2pm in HS 463.

Dr. Pollock is a member of the Wyoming INBRE External Advisory Committee, Director of the Consortium for Comparative Genomics and Associate Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics and Computational Bioscience at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.

Open Appointment Schedule Wednesday January 23rd, 2013, Health Sciences #562





 2:00-3:00pm Seminar: "Transposable elements, mutation, and the evolution of vertebrate genomes". Dr. David Pollock. HS #463.

UW Scientists and Colleagues Achieve Breakthrough in Understanding Sense of Touch

March 30, 2012 — A research team including University of Wyoming neurobiologist Jeff Woodbury has discovered a new technique to determine how the touch sensory system is organized in hairy skin, providing a new understanding of the sense of touch. More>

Wyoming INBRE awards 2nd UW-Community College Transition Scholarship

Mario Arcadia from Western Wyoming Community College was selected to receive a Wyoming INBRE UW-Wyoming Community College Transition Scholarship starting in the fall of 2012. The award provides $5,000 per academic year for 2 years for selected students to attend UW and pursue a baccalaureate degree in a biomedically related discipline. Students also intern in INBRE supported research projects during their time on campus.

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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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