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Predoctoral Training in Functional Genomics of Model Organisms

University of Maine

Abstract

The objective of this IGERT project is to initiate an interdisciplinary, inter-institutional degree program in Functional Genomics of Model Organisms supported by an interactive faculty from the University of Maine, the Jackson Laboratory, and the Maine Medical Center Research Institute. The major challenge for biological and biomedical research for… more »

Contributions[?]

Project members' contributions to the library and showcase are listed here.
Title Category Type Posted At
Nanoscale Imaging Reveals that Caveolin-1 is Required for Spatial Organization of Interferon Receptor Molecules and Subsequent Innate Immune Response NSF IGERT 2012 Video & Poster Competition Video & Poster 05/21/12
Control of cell growth and death Showcase Highlight 11/21/11
Trainee receives fellowship Showcase Achievement 10/24/11
Targeted treatment for neurological disease Showcase Achievement 10/24/11
Revamping the curriculum Showcase Achievement 10/24/11
Grant writing course successful Showcase Achievement 10/24/11
Course helps students find funding Showcase Achievement 10/24/11
Exploring Mouse Embryonic Stem Cell Self-Renewal Using Bayesian Network Machine Learning NSF IGERT 2011 Online Poster Competition Poster 05/05/11
Expanding trainees' computational repertoire Showcase Achievement 10/13/10
Grant writing course revamped Showcase Achievement 10/13/10