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Technology Access Grants | Montana INBRE 2023-2024 FOA
January 19th, 2024

Montana INBRE is excited to announce a Technology Access Grant program open to biomedical investigators to utilize participating core facilities located within Regional Alliance of INBRE Network (RAIN) participating states (Alaska, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, and Wyoming). An array of biomedical research projects may be supported, including metabolomics, biomarker analysis, transcriptomics, genomics, social science surveys, and/or bioinformatic and biostatistics support. Successful applications will receive funding to cover core facility costs for data collection and analysis, consulting, or student training.


Faculty Research | Montana INBRE 2024-2025 Request for Faculty Research Proposals
December 15th, 2023

Montana INBRE is soliciting proposals for Pilot Planning grants, Pilot Research Projects, and Major Research Projects in the areas of basic biomedical science, environmental health, public health, infectious diseases, rural and/or Native American health disparities, and food security/sovereignty. Montana INBRE strives to develop a diversified research portfolio that spans bench science, social science, and community engagement spheres and seeks to include all academic institutions across the Montana INBRE network. Within these general areas, proposals must address at least one of Montana INBREā€™s research priority areas, including basic biomedical science, social and behavioral aspects of rural and/or Native American health, infectious diseases, environmental health, and access to healthy food.


Student-Focused Faculty Research | Montana INBRE 2024-2025 Request for Student-Focused Faculty Research Proposals
December 15th, 2023

Montana INBRE is soliciting proposals for student-focused, faculty-led training, research, and career-development projects in the areas of basic biomedical science, environmental health, public health, infectious diseases, rural and/or Native American health disparities, and food security/sovereignty. Montana INBRE strives to develop the biomedical workforce of Montana, by inspiring undergraduate students in rural and Native American communities to enter science and health related fields of study. Providing opportunities for undergraduate students to participate in research that spans bench science, social science, and community engagement spheres is a priority.