The Center of Excellence in Biomedical Research
Welcome to the Center of Excellence in Biomedical Research
The Center of Excellence in Biomedical Research provides administrative support for several programs that focus on research, research training, and infrastructure. These include the COBRE in Matrix Biology, the Idaho INBRE undergraduate research fellowships, the Mountain West CTR-IN, the Hilda D. Elliott Research Fellowship, the Food and Dairy Innovation Center, the Boise State Chapter of Sigma Xi, and the Musculoskeletal Research Institute. The Center provides faculty and staff with administrative support when it comes to program management, reporting, accounting, grant review and submission, eRA Commons, data analysis, biosketch help, purchasing, billing for center activities, and all things grant management!
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Remember to CITE COBRE, INBRE, and the BRC in your publications, presentations, press releases, and other documents that describe projects or programs that were/are supported by COBRE, INBRE, or utilized Biomolecular Research Center resources. We acknowledge support from the Institutional Development Awards (IDeA) from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Health under Grants #P20GM103408, P20GM109095, and 1C06RR020533. We also acknowledge support from The Biomolecular Research Center at Boise State, BSU-Biomolecular Research Center, RRID:SCR_019174, with funding from the National Science Foundation, Grants #0619793 and #0923535; the M. J. Murdock Charitable Trust; Lori and Duane Stueckle, and the Idaho State Board of Education.
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