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fundingSC INBRE congratulates UAB on their 4 recently funded NSF/EPSCoR grants. The news release on UAB's grant awards states: “The state of Alabama now has more of the EPSCoR Track II grants than any other state; no state has ever had five.”

Alabama has offered the challenge. How many South Carolina researchers will exceed it? 
The weekly newsletter and our funding opportunities web page have links to the latest EPSCoR and many other grant deadlines. 

drp rfa 2016SC INBRE Developmental Research Project Program (DRP) Request for Applications (RFA). Now open. Deadline: Mon., Feb. 20, 2017
Offered on a competitive basis and support independent research and mentored career development of Target Faculty. Must focus on Biomedical Science and fit within at least one of the broad scientific focus areas of SC INBRE: Regenerative MedicineCell and Molecular BiologyNeuroscience; and Bioinformatics. Learn more

somRecently approved Master's Degree in Biomedical Sciences with a Concentration in Applied Biotechnology at the UofSC School of Medicine
Designed to train students in the use and application of several piees of state-of-the-art equipment. Admission requires acceptance in the UofSC School of Medicine graduation program. Learn more

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daniel williams"Receiving the DRP award has been very beneficial to my research program."

Meet Dr. Daniel Williams
Coastal Carolina University 

SC INBRE is funded by grant P20GM103499 from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, National Institutes of Health