The NIH Big Data to Knowledge initiative (BD2K) announces the release of two new RFAs for training in biomedical Big Data science (click RFA numbers below for more information):
- RFA-MD-16-002 NIH Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) Enhancing Diversity in Biomedical Data Science (R25). Submissions open Oct. 14.
- RFA-ES-16-011 BD2K Research Education Curriculum Development: Data Science Overview for Biomedical Scientists (R25). Submissions open Nov. 7.
In Press: Dr. Alison Roark, assistant professor in the Department of Biology at Furman University, along with two students, Judith Carlisle and Grant Murphy, recently received acceptance for a publication in Symbiosis. This publication is a direct result of SC INBRE funding. 092316 Learn more
In Press: Dr. David Hollis, associate professor in the Department of Biology at Furman University, along with two students, Anna Downs and Katie Scholles, recently received acceptance for a publication in Journal of Chemical Neuroanatomy. This publication is a direct result of SC INBRE funding. 091616 Learn more
SC INBRE wishes to congratulate Dr. Erin Wamsley, an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Furman University, who was supported last summer as one of the recipients of the INBRE Faculty Fellows program (as selected by SC INBRE's review process). Wasmley was just awarded a $347,000 R15 Area grant from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) to study the effect of waking rest on memory. Another success for the SC INBRE program! 090916 Learn more