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R. Scott Seville, Principal Investigator/ Program Director

338 Wyo Hall, 1000 E. University Ave.

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: (307) 277-3106

Email: sseville@uwyo.edu

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Wyoming INBRE

Administrative Core

The Administrative Core is a mandatory core and will assume organizational and accounting responsibilities for the Wyoming INBRE program. To meet the goal of a statewide initiative to fully integrate and cross-fertilize biomedical research in Wyoming, the Administrative Core will be composed of the Program Director, Program Coordinator, and Associate Program Coordinator. With input from the Steering Committee (SC), the External Advisory Committee (EAC) and the Developmental Research Project Program (DRPP) Scientific Advisory Committee, the Administrative Core will be responsible for the overall management of Wyoming INBRE activities, including coordination of animal and human studies to best promote translational research, allocation of research funds to support thematic, pilot and other research projects, recruitment of research faculty and coordination of career development (e.g., mentorship) for junior scientists, acquisition of equipment, and improvement of infrastructure. The ultimate goals of the Wyoming INBRE Administrative Core are to continue to provide logistical support for the statewide network implemented during INBRE 1 and 2 to meet Wyoming INBRE’s Specific Aims.

The top priorities and major objectives of Wyoming INBRE 3 and the Administrative Core are structured around the five specific aims of Wyoming INBRE:

  1. continue to build on the established multi-disciplinary research network with scientific foci that will build and strengthen biomedical research expertise and infrastructure at the University of Wyoming and its seven partner institutions;
  2. build and increase the research base and capacity of the University of Wyoming and its partner institutions by providing research support to faculty, postdoctoral fellows and graduate students;
  3. provide research opportunities for undergraduate students that will create a pipeline for undergraduate students to continue in health research careers within IDeA states;
  4. enhance the science and technology knowledge of the state's workforce;  and
  5. expand Wyoming research opportunities across the Western IDeA Region.

Dr. Robert Scott SevilleRobert "Scott" Seville
INBRE Principal Investigator, Program Director, and Outreach Core Director
Professor, Zoology and Physiology
(307) 268-2543; (307) 277-3106 (cell)
sseville@uwyo.edu


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338 Wyo Hall, 1000 E. University Ave.

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: (307) 277-3106

Email: sseville@uwyo.edu

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