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 starting at 3 p.m.

 

The complete fall schedule:

 

August 25: Dr. Bill Shuttleworth from UNM School of Medicine

September 22: Dr. Phillip Rivera from Massachusetts General Hospital & NMSU Alumni

October 6: Dr. Rebecca Palacios NMSU Faculty Spotlight

November 3: Dr. Dennis Harris from Endocrine Society

December 1: Dr. Chris Kemp from Fred Hutch

 

The BMRS series is supported by the Office of the Provost, the College of Arts and Sciences, the Departments of Chemistry & Biochemistry and Biology, and the NM-INBRE, RISE, MARC, and HHMI programs.


‘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.  Complete Article 


2018 NM-INBRE Symposium

Mark your calendars! The NM-INBRE Symposium will be held July 31 through August 2, 2018 in Albuquerque, NM. 

This meeting will feature presentations by each of the current NM-INBRE program scientific investigators, associated poster sessions and workshops geared towards student participation. All current NM-INBRE faculty and liaisons are required to attend the annual conference, student participation is strongly encouraged, and mentors, advisory committee members and associate investigators are all invited to attend.


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. Requirements, application schedule, and further details appear in the attached announcement.


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. Requirements, application schedule, and further details appear in the attached announcement.


Call for 2019 Alteration and Renovation Proposals

The New Mexico INBRE Program is pleased to announce a competition for funding that supports 2019 Alteration and Renovation projects improving biomedical and behavioral research infrastructure! Please consult the full announcement and your Institutional Liaisons for detailed requirements and deadlines.


2017 NIH IDeA Western Regional Conference

Wyoming INBRE welcomes faculty, administrators, staff and students from the NIH IDeA Western Region (Alaska, Hawaii, Nevada, New Mexico, Montana, and Wyoming) and NIH administrators and staff to the fifth biennial NIH IDeA Western Regional Conference. The conference will feature oral and poster scientific sessions, keynote talks, professional development workshops, and information sharing sessions with NIH officials. 

When: October 18-20, 2017

Where: Snow King Resort, Jackson WY

Visit their website for further details: 2017 NIH IDeA Western Regional Conference


 

 


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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.