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INBRE student highlights
Wesley College Scholars Day

Wesley students show off their academic and research excellence at this increasingly popular annual event.

Delaware Technical Community College students learn about this cutting-edge technology, thanks to a partnership with Christiana Care.

NSF award

For the fourth time, a Delaware INBRE Summer Scholar alum is among the recipients of the NSF Graduate Fellowship.

Christiana Care Health Systems and Delaware INBRE in the news, NBC 10

Christiana Care Health Systems and Delaware INBRE in the news,

Cybersecurity in Healthcare Workshop
December 3, 2018
Delaware State University

Free Registration:

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  • News & Events

    Interview with Dr. Gleghorn, INBRE Summer Scholar Research Mentor and Assistant Professor in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Delaware.

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    Del Tech magazine highlights CRISPR

    The world’s revolutionary gene
    editing technology is coming to
    college classrooms in Delaware
    and around the country, thanks to a $1
    million National Science Foundation (NSF)
    grant awarded to Delaware Technical
    Community College in partnership with
    the Gene Editing Institute of Christiana
    Care’s Helen F. Graham Cancer Center &
    Research Institute.

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    NSF awards announced

    Zachary Sexton, a 2017 Delaware INBRE Summer Scholar, is one of 11 current UD students and alumni who have won prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Student Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) awards for 2018.

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    • 22

      All day
      22 June, 2017-24 June, 2017

      The ASBMB’s Interactive Mentoring Activities for Grantsmanship Enhancement (IMAGE) grant writing workshop is for assistant professors and postdoctoral scientists who are preparing to transition into independent faculty positions.

      • The workshop is open to assistant professors and senior postdoctoral fellows preparing to transition into independent academic positions.
      • The ASBMB Minority Affairs Committee especially encourages applications from junior faculty and postdoctoral fellows that are underrepresented minorities, and from assistant professors from minority-serving or primarily undergraduate institutions.
      • Participants do not have to be  members of the ASBMB.
      • The ASBMB and the NSF will cover onsite costs, including group meals.
      • Participants must be nominated by their principal investigator or department chair. Letters of support must include a financial commitment to cover travel and lodging.

      Nomination Procedure:
      Workshop participants must be nominated by their principal investigator or department chair. All nominations must be submitted by Friday, May 5, 2017 at 5 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time. Nominations should be submitted using the link at the end of this page.

      Nomination Materials:

      1. One letter of support from the nominating department chair or PI. The letter should include a financial commitment towards travel and lodging.
      2. Professional CV of nominee.
      3. A one-page research statement outlining nominee’s research interests or proposed work, including specific research aims.

      All documents should prepared as individual files in PDF format.

      Notification of Selection:
      The final workshop participants will be selected by the middle of May 2017. Notifications will be sent via email to all nominees and nominators.

      Application deadline: May 5, at 5 p.m. Eastern
      Click here to apply.

    • 23

      12:00 pm-1:00 pm
      23 June, 2017
      4735 Ogletown Stanton Rd, Newark, DE 19713, USA
      4735 Ogletown Stanton Rd, Newark, DE 19713, USA

      With the advent of next-generation sequencing (NGS) and other high-throughput omics technologies, systems integration is becoming the driving force for 21st century biology and medicine. To fully realize the value of such genome-scale data for knowledge discovery and disease understanding requires advanced bioinformatics for integration, mining, comparative analysis, and functional interpretation. We have developed a bioinformatics research infrastructure that integrates disparate databases and text mining tools in an ontological framework for automatic construction of knowledge networks and visual analysis of omics data. Our natural language processing (NLP) framework supports full-scale literature mining and generalizable relation extraction to connect gene/protein, mutation, miRNA to drug, disease and phenotype in personalized medicine context. This talk will highlight our collaborative projects with large-scale national initiatives, including the NIH LINCS-BD2K (Big Data to Knowledge) and TCGA/CPTAC cancer consortium projects to understand the impact of kinase inhibitor drugs on signaling pathways in cancer therapy.

    • 24

      All day
      24 June, 2017
      630 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19713, USA
      630 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19713, USA

      Delaware INBRE Summer Scholars will spend the day meeting each other and learning valuable information to help them in their internship. Check back for more info.

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