UNH Researchers and Students Involved as NH-INBRE Boosts Biomedical Research Statewide

UNH Researchers and Students Involved as NH-INBRE Boosts Biomedical Research Statewide

Apr 08, 2013

This three-part series profiles UNH faculty and students who are involved in NH-INBRE—the New Hampshire IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence—a program that aims to increase the state’s research capacity and the scientific knowledge of its workforce.

Supported by a $15.4 million award from the National Institutes of Health, NH-INBRE is a coalition led by Dartmouth College, which oversees the awarding of NH-INBRE grants and provides technical support and mentoring to partners in the coalition, including UNH.

Part 1: UNH neurobiology student Cody White ‘13 and zoology professor Win Watson investigate circadian rhythms.

Part 2: The DNA sequencer at the Hubbard Center for Genome Studies supports a range of NH INBRE research.

Part 3: The iSURF-N program gives undergraduate nursing students a chance to participate in research.

Learn more about NH-INBRE at: http://nhinbre.org/.

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