Archived News & Announcements
FALL 2009 │ INBRE Symposium at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, October 23 -24, 2009
August 11, 2009 │UCA Faculty Member Leads Team Awarded $700,000 NSF Grant In late July, the National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded grant funding in excess of $700,000 to a collaborative Arkansas/New York team led by Dr. Barbara Clancy from the University of Central Arkansas (UCA), Cornell University in New York, the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Read more...
March 9, 2009 │INBRE Project Leader, Lori Hensley, students to present their research on May 5, 2009 to members of the United States Congress as part of the 13th annual Posters on the Hill event. Read more...
FALL 2008 │ INBRE Symposium at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, November 7-8, 2008
FALL 2008│ UAMS Career Day, OCTOBER 30, 2008 Brochure
April 22, 2008 │INBRE Project leader, Barbara Clancy, an assistant professor in the Department of Biology at the University of Central Arkansas, has been awarded the UCA Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity Award. She teaches Neuroscience and Biology, and previously she was a Post-doctoral fellow at Cornell University, working on the hypothesis that dissimilar areas of developing brains follow common connectivity 'rules'.
Arkansas receives funding for the Arkansas Telehealth Network – Four existing networks will be consolidated and expanded using T1-grade connections to encompass approximately 245 non-profit sites, enabling better patient care, including electronic records management, and coordinating responses to major public health incidents.
Nov. 12, 2007 │ ASU professors secure NSF grant for recruiting minority students
Arkansas State University's Dr. Roger Buchanan and Dr. Robyn Hannigan have secured a substantial Undergraduate Research and Mentoring (URM) grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to recruit minority or under-represented high school seniors who are interested in careers in science. The grant of $810,000 over a five-year period will involve first-year and second-year college students in mentored research teams and will provide peer and tutoring support. Most of the grant dollars will go to qualified students as scholarships and as wages. The URM will support the RISE-UP (Research Internships in Science of the Environment-University Program) program at ASU.
Fall 2007 - UAMS Annual Career Day, November 1, 2007
Registration Deadline October 12, 2007, Brochure
Receives NSF Grant for Supercomputer
AUGUST 22, 2007
$9 Million grant
February 21, 2007 │The Howard Hughes Medical Institute and the Burroughs Welcome Fund are pleased to announce the publication of two FREE books to help beginning investigators become successful managers of research programs. For more information visit http://www.hhmi.org/resources/labmanagement/
NOV. 15, 2006 | Students Consider Future at Biomedical Career Day
How about a career path in private industry or academia? Should I teach or focus on research? How will a graduate degree help me?
November 2006 - Fall Symposium Poster Awards
INBRE Fall Symposium, November 3-4, 2006, Web site
Fall 2006 - Arkansas Tech
debuts new BA in Spanish-English Medical Interpretation
Sponsored Workshop for Women in Science and Engineering -
THE IDEAL FACULTY POSITION"
UAMS Career Day, November 2, 2006
Two professors in the J.D. Patterson School of Natural Sciences are conducting research projects through an INBRE (IDeA Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence) grant.
major grant from the National Institutes of Health
2006 IDeA National Meeting, Washington, D.C., July 20-23, 2006, Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, Web Site
CONWAY, Ark. (May 11, 2006) - Hendrix College Professor Andrea Duina has received a $370,654 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for an undergraduate research project to study the basic mechanisms that govern gene regulation in living cells.
The Council on Undergraduate Research,
Eleventh National Conference
Computer at UAMS First of its Kind in State
01/06/2006 | University of Louisiana-Monroe to host
Symposium on Diversity in the Sciences - April 7-8, 2006
The 3rd annual MCBIOS Conference, March 2-4, 2006 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Press Release: 02/23/2006
Annual INBRE Symposium, February 24/25, 2006 at the University of Arkansas
2006 INBRE Summer Program, Announcement
Student Undergraduate Research Fellowships (SURF) - Deadline is November 1, 2005.
The Arkansas Department of Higher Education is proud to sponsor the Student Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF). This fellowship can provide up to $2,650 for undergraduate research projects in any discipline. Information concerning the fellowship and a promotional brochure can be found at <http://www.arkansashighered.com/SURF/SURF.htm>.
November 10, 2005 - UAMS Career Day - Program Brochure
10-26-2005 - Project Leader Vacancy Announcement
Arkansas INBRE Award is announced
UA Schools, Others Receive
$16.7 Million Biomedical Grant
BRIN Fellow and Mentor have paper published in Nature
SPECIAL SEMINAR - Thursday, April 21, 2005 at 9:00am
Gene expression analysis software seminar using GeneSpring® from Agilent/Silicon Genetics
Fifth Virtual Conference on Genomics and Bioinformatics (October 25-28, 2005)
THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES
REPORT RELEASE EVENT
Bioinformatics Summit - April 1-3, 2005
Kentucky is co-hosting a Bioinformatics Summit with Tennessee April 1 - 3, 2005 at Lake Barkley State Resort Park. Conference program and online registration.
Summer 2005 Student Bioinformatics Fellowship Program
BRIN Summer Fellowship Program - January 13, 2005
UAMS, UALR Collaborate on
Bioinformatics Graduate Degrees
UALR Collaborate on New Bioinformatics Graduate Degrees
Annual Career Day
Hear from National Experts at Biomedical Sciences Career
Advanced Technologies Create New Grid Communities on UA Campus
November 8, 2004 - Fayetteville, AR
UAMS Biomedical Sciences
BMC Bioinformatics publishes second supplement
The Proceedings of the Second Annual MidSouth Computational Biology and Bioinformatics Society Conference, which took place in Little Rock, USA, 7-9 October, 2004 have been published as a supplement of BMC Bioinformatics.
October 8, 2004, Peabody Hotel, Little Rock
Dr. Lindblom receives NIH research grant
Application Deadline - December 1, 2004
Interested in learning how bioinformatics could help you in your research?
June 6-12, 2004
Schedule (PDF format)
Announcement (PDF format)
Annual “Career Day” Attracts
Students Interested in Science Careers
Career Day for
Basic Biomedical Sciences As Part of College of Medicine Research Week
Huge Biomedical Databases Require a New Kind of Scientist;
UALR Plan to Meet the Demand
BRIN Summer Fellowship Program
2003 BRIN Symposium - Hosted by the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
Student Programs Heat Up Summer
UAMS upDATE- August 2003 (PDF format)
Successful NIH & NSF Grant
Science Career Day
UAMS, UALR Announce Initiative for New Collaboration
Proteomics Workshop, June 4-6, 2003
Career Day for Basic Biomedical Sciences As Part of College of Medicine Research Week
Arkansas Biomedical Research
Network Makes Grants To Three Arkansas Colleges
Access Grid Conference Center
High-Tech Research Network Receives $2
Million More in Federal Funds
Summer is Science Season for Young Students
UAMS upDATE - July 2002 (PDF format)
AR BRIN Presents Grants to Lyon College and UCA
Microarray Technology Workshop
Summer Symposium for BRIN Fellows
Microarray Technology, July 2002
UAMS, Partners Receive $6 Million for Biomedical Research Network