IDeA Network for Biomedical Research Excellence

INBRE is an NIH program designed to promote the development, coordination, and sharing of research resources and expertise that will expand the research opportunities and increase the number of competitive investigators in the IDeA-eligible states, including Idaho. The Idaho INBRE Project is administered by the University of Idaho, partnering with Idaho State University, Boise State University, LCSC, and other institutions throughout Idaho.

Since, 1999, ISU's INBRE program has:

  • Spent over $1M for biomedical research infrastructure augmentation, upgrades, and maintenance¬†
  • Provided sponsorship for symposia, seminars, and workshops, travel funds in support of biomedical research, publication costs for biomedical research reports, and other fundamental assistance in support of the biomedical research interprise at ISU
  • Provided bioinformatics and computing resources in support of biomedical research at ISU

ISU's INBRE Project is composed of more than 30 ISU faculty and staff members actively conducting biomedical research.

ISU INBRE Deliverables:

  • Pipeline to biomedical research careers for graduate and undergraduate students
  • Increase in biomedical research activity (INBRE-citing publication and NIH grants)
  • Enhancement of essential biomedical research infrastructure

For more information, please contact Dr. Thomas.


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The INBRE project was supported by the INBRE Program, NIH Grant numbers P20 RR016454 (National Center for Research Resources) and P20 GM103408 (National Institute of General Medical Sciences).