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Wyoming INBRE Phase 4


Wyoming INBRE funding is intended to enhance biomedical research capacity, expand and strengthen the research capabilities of biomedical faculty, and provide access to biomedical resources for promising undergraduate students throughout the eligible states. The Wyoming INBRE network is composed of the students, teachers, and researchers at the University of Wyoming and Wyoming community colleges. Learn more >

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Wyoming INBRE is supported by an Institutional Development Award (IDeA) from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Health under Grant # 2P20GM103432. Website content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of NIH.


OCTOBER 2022. UW INBRE Year 4 Thematic Research Projects FOA. Letter of Intent due 5pm Monday, October 24. Full FOA.

OCTOBER 2022. Wyoming INBRE Research Network Equipment FOA. Due 5pm October 14. Full FOA 

OCTOBER 2022. UW INBRE Year 4 Thematic Research Projects FOA. Letter of Intent due 5pm Monday, October 3. Full FOA.

SEPTEMBER 2022: Annual Wyoming INBRE Network Fall Retreat. Sept. 22-24,UW/Casper-Casper College UU 328. Registration and abstract submission (due Sept. 18th)PROGRAM coming soon.

SEPTEMBER 2022: UW INBRE Undergraduate Research Assistantships for Fall 2022-Spring 2023. Research Proposal/Application and Faculty letters due THURSDAY September 29 by 11:59 pm MT. Fall-Spring Award is $2240 (80 hours each semester at $14/hr). APPLY ONLINE.

APRIL 2022: Wyoming INBRE Annual Research Conference. UW and M.H. Rochelle Conference Center, Laramie WY, April 21-22, 2022. Final schedule and program


AUGUST 2021: Wyoming INBRE and the UW Sensory Biology Center are pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Ken Gerow, UW Professor of Statistics and Mathematics, to the INBRE Data Science Core as affiliate biostatistician. This will facilitate research and training for INBRE and COBRE funded investigators, students, and other users by creating a team of support scientists that can provide seamless consultation from study design to data management and analysis.

DECEMBER 2020: WY INBRE funded investigator Jill Keith and Ancestral Food Gathering Group’s Efforts Document Shoshone Foods, Preparation. UW Press Release

JUNE 2020: Wyoming INBRE recieves new 5-year award from NIH NIGMS IDeA for Phase 4

September 2019: Several WY INBRE-supported projects highlighted in latest issue of UWYO Magazine focused on Native American Partnerships.

May 2019: Wyoming INBRE Undergraduate Transition Fellow Hunter McCurdy Credits Research Opportunities for Admission to Yale School of Medicine

March 2019: Wyoming INBRE Undergraduate Fellow Jasper Hunt Accepted into University of Oxford Neuroscience Doctoral Program

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