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Center for Protease Research Open House
Please join us for an open house on February 3 from 1:00pm to 5:00pm. Enjoy tours and refreshments! See how our labs can assist with your research!
NDSU undergraduate, Nathan Fix, participates in research to combat pancreatic cancer
NDSU undergraduate, Nathan Fix, participates in research to combat pancreatic cancer.
Frontiers in Biomedical Research Symposium
The Center for Protease Research is excited to announce an interdisciplinary research symposium to be held on the NDSU campus on May 30 and 31, 2014. Invited scientists from around the country will speak on broad aspects of biomedical research. Esteemed Speakers Include: Dr. Paul Bryce, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Dr. Adam Hoppe,
The Center for Protease Research provides bi-monthly meetings where COBRE PI’s and students meet for scientific discussion during the academic year. On a rotating schedule, PI’s or selected students will present data (in incremental or complete form, depending on the status of the project) or approaches that they would like help interpreting or troubleshooting. Investigators
The Center for Protease Research provides a monthly themed mentor session with all Center participants and researchers from across campus. These meetings provide a time for researchers to network and discuss a topic that is important in developing a successful research program. Past themes have included how to choose the right institute for your proposal,
The Center for Protease Research Labs Open House
Two of NDSU’s research laboratories will be hosting concurrent Open House sessions on October 1, 2013 from 12:00 – 3:00 pm. Everyone is invited to tour the labs, watch demonstrations of key equipment, and enjoy refreshments. These facilities are available to scientists for research, data analysis, consultations, and teaching purposes. Both labs were established with
NDSU Receives $4.9 Million from National Institutes of Health for Biomedical Research
The Center for Protease Research was awarded a $4.9M Grant. Dr. Sibi announced the Phase III award from the NIH on October 16, 2012 at a media event. Read More…