• 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 Proposals for UW-Community College Collaborative Grant Proposals

Wyoming INBRE is soliciting proposals from Wyoming Community College and University of Wyoming faculty and researchers to the INBRE Wyoming Community College- University of Wyoming Collaborative Grant Program. The goal of this program is to support research projects that engage University and Wyoming Community College researchers and students in projects that further the goals of Wyoming INBRE and have 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. Proposals should be for biomedical-related research projects broadly defined. This includes but is not limited to research in the disciplines of nutrition, physiology, molecular biology, epidemiology, disease ecology, environmental health, bioinformatics and computational biology. Projects that relate to the INBRE thematic research areas of (1) Cardiometabolic Syndrome and (2) Technologies for Chronic Disease Research and Therapeutics are strongly encouraged. The maximum amount requested cannot exceed $15,000 and the award must be expended by August 31, 2015. Click for RFP and Application Materials.

Wy INBRE Awards 13 Research Assistantships for Spring and Fall 2015

Wyoming INBRE has awarded 13 Graduate Reserach Assistantships to UW faculty conducting biomedical-related research. RA recipients include: Franco Basile (Chemistry), Brian Cherrington (Zoology and Physiology), Amy Navratil (Zoology and Physiology), Qian Quan Sun (Zoology and Physiology), and Krisztina Varga (Chemistry) from the College of Arts and Sciences; Patrick Johnson (Chemical and Petroleum Engineering), Maciej Radosz (Chemical and Petroleum Engineering), and Carl Frick (Mechanical Engineering) from the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences; David Fay (Molecular Biology), Daniel Levy (Molecular Biology), Wei Guo (Animal Sciences, Anna Lyuksyutova (Molecular Biology) from the College of Agriculture and Natural Sciences; and Sreejayan Nair from the School of Pharmacy. The graduate research assistantship provides a GA stipend, tuition, fees and health insurance for the supported student. 

UW Casper INBRE Requests Applications for Spring 2015 Undegrad Interns

The University of Wyoming at Casper/ Casper College INBRE program is now accepting student proposals for spring 2015 fellowships. Students must work with a mentor faculty member to submit a proposal to conduct independent mentored research. Click for more information and application materials. 

Wyoming INBRE and EPSCoR Request Proposals for Spring 2015 Undergrad Fellowships

Wyoming INBRE and Wyoming EPSCoR are now accepting student proposals for spring 2015 undergraduate fellowships. UW- Laramie students must work with a faculty member to submit a proposal to conduct an independent mentored research project. Applications must be completed electronically by November 26th, 2014 by 5 p.m. MST.  Click for information and application materials. 

New Call for Wyoming INBRE Research Assistantships due November 3

Wyoming INBRE is now soliciting applications for 2015 Spring and Summer Research Assistantships. The purpose of the INBRE Graduate Assistantship is to provide support for training PhD students in biomedically related sciences. Applicants for the award must be qualified to advise Ph.D. students. Each award provides support for the spring and summer terms including a stipend, tuition, fees and health insurance. Applications are due 5:00 PM Monday November 3, 2014. For application materials see RFP

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Wyoming INBRE

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1000 E. University Ave.
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Laramie, WY 82071 
(307) 766-6131

Jun Ren

Program Director
Email: jren@uwyo.edu

Robert "Scott" Seville

Program Coordinator
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