Application due date extended
The WV-INBRE program has funds for the support of small biomedical research of grants in Cancer Biology. This solicitation is open to applications from investigators at West Virginia University, Marshall University and WV partner institutions (PUI) that are part of the WV-INBRE network. Areas of interest include but are not limited to mechanisms of cancer development (e.g. genetic and epigenetic modifications) and mechanisms of cancer drug action and drug resistance. The program will be co-directed by Lori Hazlehurst (WVU), Piyali Dasgupta (MU) and Donald Primerano (MU).
Programmatic goal: The purpose of these grant awards is to allow investigators to gather data to increase the competitiveness of NIH RO1, RO3 and other investigator-initiated proposals in the biomedical sciences.
Proposals must be received no later than 5:00PM on April 22, 2019.
Psychiatrists and primary Care Physicians are in a unique position to help shape mental health care delivery using integrated care approaches. A workshop on applying the collaborative care approach, led by Dr. Mark Duncan is available on August 14, 2019. This workshop provides participants with the practical skills needed to work in collaborative care. The course describes the delivery of mental health care in primary care settings with a focus on the evidence–base, guiding principles and an introduction to implementation strategies.Space is limited! Register by August 7, 2019. Register here: https://apasan.wufoo.com/forms/zudqfri0hqwhp4/ Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Medications attach to the proteins in our bodies the way spacecrafts dock into the International Space Station. Describing that process in detail can reveal a lot about how the medications work—and what form new medications should take.
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