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NIH grants $122 million in Institutional Development Awards
Date:5/5/2009

ostdoctoral fellows, and graduate students through career development and training in research at the participating institutions;
  • provide research opportunities for undergraduate students and serve as a pipeline for undergraduate students to continue in health research careers within IDeA states;
  • provide outreach activities to students at undergraduate institutions, community colleges and tribal colleges participating in the state's network; and
  • enhance science and technology knowledge of the state's workforce.

    INBRE has been a catalyst for transformations in research competitiveness. The Idaho and Delaware networks are two examples of where these changes are already being realized. Over the past five years, the Idaho INBRE program has developed an unprecedented network of research and educational collaborations which has led to a doubling in the number of Idaho undergraduates pursing science and health-related careers. In Delaware, catalyzed by INBRE grants, the state has seen its NIH funding nearly double between 2000 and 2007, showcasing the improvement in the competitiveness of Delaware investigators.

    For full descriptions of the following networks, visit www.ncrr.nih.gov/inbre/2009-05.

    New Mexico State University (Las Cruces)
    $17.4 million
    New Mexico IDeA Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence
    Principle Investigator: Jeffrey B. Arterburn, Ph.D.

    University of Alaska Fairbanks
    $17.7 million
    Contaminants and Infectious Agents: Molecular Approaches
    Principal Investigator: George M. Happ, Ph.D.

    University of Delaware (Newark)
    $17.4 million
    IDeA Network for Biomedical Research Excellence
    Principle Investigator: David S. Weir, Ph.D.

    University of Idaho (Moscow)
    $16.5 million
    Idaho INBRE Program
    Principal Investigator: Carolyn Hovde, Ph.D.

    University of Kansas
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  • Contact: Cindy McConnell
    info@ncrr.nih.gov
    301-435-0888
    NIH/National Center for Research Resources
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