The University of Puerto Rico (UPR) is a state-funded institution that was established in 1903 as Puerto Rico's first public institution of higher education, is host of the Puerto Rico IDeA Network Biomedical Research Excellence (PRINBRE). PRINBRE is a program inspired by the National Institutes of Health Institutional Developmental Awards: IDeA Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE).

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The Administrative Core will provide the programmatic direction to the entire Program. The Administrative core will organize all Steering Committee meetings, as well as the External Advisory Committee meetings.
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The 2004 NIH Roadmap describes computing as “integral and critical to modern biomedical research,” but the 2006 Final Report on the Computing Research Association (CRA)-NIH workshop on Computing Research Challenges ...
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Establish a working communication network between INBRE PUIs and graduate-level mentoring institutions, the Puerto Rico Institute for Forensic Sciences (PR-IFS) and pharmaceutical industry representatives in Puerto Rico ...
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The Centralized Research and Instrumentation (CRI) Core of PRINBRE integrates the service facilities created during previous BRIN, INBRE and COBRE cycles at the UPR-Rio Piedras Campus, as well as other service facilities funded by ...
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Island-Wide Scientific Network: Here is a list of researchers that are currently being supported by PRINBRE, subprojects remaining from previous funding cycles and new funded subprojects. Project summary and relevance info ...
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