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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.

Delaware Journal of Public Health

Don't miss the latest editions of the Delaware Journal of Public Health. Dr. Steven J. Stanhope was honored to be a Co-Guest Editor along with Dr. Mia Papas on the special Two Part Issue, “From Cells to Society, Research in the Time of COVID-19”.

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    The virtual JB Johnston Club and Karger Workshop

    The virtual JB Johnston Club and Karger Workshop are meetings focused on evolutionary neuroscience. Registration for this event, which will take place between October 22-23rd is now open! There will be some great talks on “heterochrony.” Dr. Christine Charvet  (an INBRE pilot awardee) is co-organizing this event and will also give a talk on her research https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.08.06.240077v1.full. Details to register are here: https://www.jbjclub.org/registration.html.

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    INBRE mentor gets $1.8 million in support from the National Institutes of Health

    Wei’s research has won more than $1.8 million in support from the National Institutes of Health for his study of genetic mutations that can disrupt proper development of neural crest stem cells in embryos.

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    INBRE Summer Scholar Co-Authors!

    Diabetes has a treatment crisis worsened by COVID-19 | Opinion

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