An NDSU student is getting the chance to help find a cure for cancer. And all it took was an email to get his foot in the lab. One of Joshua Krank’s first-year classes featured a guest speaker who researches cancer. Krank was so intrigued by the 10-minute talk that he emailed the assistant professor
Amanda Brooks, an assistant professor in North Dakota State University’s School of Pharmacy, is working with spiders on biomedical research.
A North Dakota State University researcher is receiving one of the most competitive and prestigious grants available from the National Institutes of Health. Bin Guo, associate professor of pharmaceutical sciences, is receiving a $1.35 million Research Project Grant, also known as an RO1 grant, from the National Cancer Institute of the National Institutes of Health.
The Center for Protease Research receives $4.9 million, five-year research grant from the National Institutes of Health for biomedical research. The funding will provide continued support for researchers focused on fighting diseases such as cancer, asthma, hypertension and arthritis.
The Center for Protease Research has made significant progress in enhancing its biomedical research capability and capacity over the years. We have implemented a biomedical research initiative towards increasing the understanding of the biological role of protease and other hydrolytic enzymes in disease.