Nevada's Biomedical Research Center
Nevada INBRE, part of the IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence, is a National Institutes of Health (NIH) program designed to help traditionally underfunded states build biomedical infrastructure. Nevada INBRE also works with NSHE partner institutions to promote biomedical research knowledge and educational opportunities across the state of Nevada via biomedical and science pipeline programs.
Nevada INBRE Centers
- The Nevada INBRE Bioinformatics Core provides research resources, services and training to Nevada scientists in the support and development of existing and new research programs and grants.
- The COBRE Cytometry Core provides assistance in flow cytometric experiments and offers cell sorting services.
- The Genomics Core Facility, located at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas is designed to aid researchers in studying the properties and functions of genes and their products via structural and functional genomics services.
- The In Vivo Imaging Core allows in vivo real time imaging of mice, rats and guinea pigs utilizing different technologies. Sequential imaging is standard, allowing the test subject to be its own control.
- The Nevada Proteomics Center offers mass spectral and electrophoretic proteomic analysis.
What Does INBRE Do?
- Fosters educational opportunities for future biomedical researchers
- Provides grants
- Encourages biomedical research
- Supports research service laboratories
- Collaborates with other Western IDeA states
Nevada INBRE Programs
Nevada INBRE Partners
The University of Nevada School of Medicine hosts the Nevada INBRE which is funded by a grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (8 P20 GM103440) from the National Institutes of Health.