CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR NM-INBRE INVESTIGATOR RODOLFO TELLO-ABURTO
Congratulations to Dr. Rodolfo Tello-Aburto, one of our INBRE investigators for recently receiving federal funding by NIH for his R15 entitled "Structure-Activity Relationship Studies of Peptide Beta-Lactones as Proteasome Inhibitors and Anticancer Agents"
NM-INBRE Annual Symposium Award Winners
Here’s a big shout out to our First Symposium Award Winners! Congratulations for always showing that hard work pays off!
STUDENT SPEAKER AWARDS
- Jacob Justice (SJC)
- Gayatri Gautam (NMT)
- Joedy Quintana (NMHU)
- Primal Silva (NMT)
- Danielle Turner
- Antonio Serrano
- Joedy Quintana
OUTSTANDING JUNIOR FACULTY
- Amanda Ashley
- Sally Pias
OVERALL OUTSTANDING INVESTIGATOR
- Vallabh Shah
- SneÅ¾na Rogelj
NMSU Biomedical Research Seminar Series
Lectures are part of a series of Friday afternoon seminars that are broadly focused on biomedical research and are open to the NMSU community and the public. The seminars are held in Room 109 of Domenici Hall on the NMSU campus and will feature nationally recognized scientists as well as a spotlight talk by NMSU faculty. Refreshments will be served at 3 p.m.
The complete Fall 2018 schedule:
August 31: (618) 465-5691 from University of New Mexico
September 14: 602-829-2221from New Mexico State University
October 12: 209-358-8867 from Rockefeller University
October 26: (612) 904-5540 from University of California, Santa Cruz
November 9: Dr. Barbara Han2567309458from Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies
The BMRS series is supported by the Office of the Provost, the College of Arts and Sciences, the Departments of Chemistry & Biochemistry, and the NM-INBRE program.
REVISED! Call for Biomedical Research and Science Education Projects at NM Primarily Undergraduate Institutions
The New Mexico INBRE Program is pleased to announce project funding opportunity for eligible faculty at Primarily Undergraduate Institutions in New Mexico. NM-INBRE invites applications to support biomedical research and science education projects as a pathway to scientific and career development, funded through the NM-INBRE Program by a grant from the IDeA Program of the National Institutes of Health. All welcome to apply, regardless of whether or not a statement of interest has been submitted. Requirements, eligibility, application schedule, and further details appear in the attached announcement.
REVISED! Call for Biomedical Research Projects at NMSU & UNM
The New Mexico INBRE Program is pleased to announce an opportunity for eligible faculty at New Mexico State University and the University of New Mexico. NM-INBRE invites applications to support biomedical research projects as a pathway to scientific and career development, funded through the NM-INBRE Program by a grant from the IDeA Program of the National Institutes of Health. All welcome to apply, regardless of whether or not a statement of interest has been submitted. Requirements, eligibility, application schedule, and further details appear in the attached (562) 454-0507.
UNM-Zuni Partnership – Home-Based Kidney Care for Native Americans
On a warm, sunny afternoon, 15 Zuni men and women gather around a table in a nondescript white warehouse on the outskirts of the pueblo as a few people are setting out a healthy buffet lunch that includes homemade chicken lettuce wraps, garlic bread and fresh fruit. Vallabh (Raj) Shah, PhD, is at the front of the room setting up his computer and projector for the presentation he is about to give. 414-840-6927
‘Bee’ healthy: NMSU researchers study medicinal benefits of oregano for bees
NM-INBRE Investigator Don Hyder and NM-INBRE Liaison Eric Miller, professors of biology and chemistry, respectively, at San Juan College in Farmington, are using gas chromatography to analyze the nectar and honey samples to determine chemical compounds. 8135135336
NCGR Differential Gene Expression Workshop
Where: NCGR, Santa Fe, NM 87505
When: Nov 12-16, 2018
Conference* on Integrative Omics, March 14-15, 2019 in Santa Fe NM
*New Mexico BioInformatics, Science and Technology (NMBIST) Symposium presents
Registration site coming soon...
New Mexico IDeA Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE) champions biomedical and community-based research excellence in the state of New Mexico through the development of innovative, supportive and sustainable research environments for faculty and students, community engaging health initiatives, while building a network of lead scientists and educators at the state, regional and national level.