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Upcoming Café Scientifique


December 2, 2014

6:00 pm

Baxter Ballroom

105 W. Main, Bozeman


Wildlife Health and OneHealth in Nepal


Dr. Deborah McCauley, Wildlife Veterinarian


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Important Dates for Project Leaders


Reporting: Request will be sent January 2, 2015, due January 20, 2015


Application for project renewals due February 2, 2015


Details to follow.


Research Presentation

Montana INBRE Researchers Susan Gilbertz (MSU-Billings) and Jamie McEvoy (MSU-Bozeman) presented their work on the Energy-Water-Health Nexus at an Institute on Ecosystems lunch seminar. Click here for slides.

Matt Anderson of MSU-Billings is also a co-investigator on their INBRE project.


Montana INBRE

The Montana INBRE Program (IDeA Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence) is a five-year award (2014-2019) by the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) division of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) that builds on the previous successes of the first two five-year MT INBRE programs (2004-2014) and the three-year BRIN (Biomedical Research Infrastructure Networks) program (2001-2004) awarded to Montana State University. Montana INBRE continues to focus on increasing the biomedical research capacity of Montana by building research infrastructure, supporting faculty and student research, and fostering a state-wide collaborative network. The pathogenesis of infectious disease and health issues related to the environment are two of Montana INBRE’s research foci, areas in which the state is strategically positioned to excel. In addition, MT INBRE is expanding its research into the field of health disparities, an area of great relevance to the state. INBRE positions Montana as a leader in biomedical research and significantly increases education, research, and, ultimately, employment opportunities in the state.





Citing NIH-NIGMS in Projects Supported by MT INBRE

Montana INBRE partner faculty and students who give presentations (including posters) and/or publish their work on projects funded wholly or in part by INBRE funds are required to acknowledge the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS). Citation should read as follows:


Research reported in this publication was supported by the National Institute of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number P20GM103474. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.