URI-based biomed research network gets $20M grant

SALVE REGINA UNIVERITY students Caroline McNeil, left, and Lindsay Wright work in Assistant Professor Heather Axen's lab at Salve's Department of Biology and Biomedical Sciences./COURTESY SALVE REGINA UNIVERSITY
SALVE REGINA UNIVERITY students Caroline McNeil, left, and Lindsay Wright work in Assistant Professor Heather Axen's lab at Salve's Department of Biology and Biomedical Sciences. / COURTESY SALVE REGINA UNIVERSITY
SOUTH KINGSTOWN – The National Institutes of Health has awarded $20 million to the Rhode Island Institutional Development Award of Biomedical Research Excellence, or INBRE, to expand the statewide research capacity in the biomedical sciences. Led by the University of Rhode Island, INBRE is the Rhode Island branch of a national program to improve the…

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