Ken Cornell, a biochemistry professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, collaborating with Jim Browning, professor of electrical and computer engineering and dean of research for the College of Engineering, recently received a five-year, $10.2 million award from the National Institute of Health. This award, also known as a COBRE grant, is renewable for up to 15 years or approximately $25 million in total funding. It increases essential infrastructure to enable sustainable development of biomedical research by supporting the establishment of the Center of Biomedical Research Excellence in Convergent Engineering and Biomolecular Science at Boise State University. The development grant supports collaborative research among faculty across biomedical and engineering disciplines that focus on the development of biomedical devices, sensors and systems.
For more information on this award and the collaborators who received it, please visit Boise State News to read the article.
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