The Department of Anatomy & Neurobiology and the Department of Microbiology of the School of Medicine of the Medical Sciences Campus of the University of Puerto Rico are proud to announce that Associate Professors Dr. Demetrio Sierra Mercado and Dr. Filipa Godoy Vitorino, have been awarded an R21 research grant by the National Institutes of…Details
The COBRE Center for Neuroplasticity co-sponsored the Southeast Regional IDeA Conference in San Juan, PR on November 12 – 14, 2021
Left photo: Speakers in the Neuroscience Session included (left to right): Dr. Andrew Seeds (UPR COBRE Center for Neuroplasticity, Alicen Wilcox (Harding University), and Dr. Jessica Larsen (Clemson University). Dr. Nicolas Bazan (LSU Health Center; screen insert) participated remotely. Dr. Mark Miller (UPR COBRE Center for Neuroplasticiy; rear) co-moderated the session. Right photo: Dr. José…Details
The NIH-NIGMS Centers of Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE) Program seeks to augment and strengthen institutional biomedical research capabilities by expanding and developing biomedical faculty research capability through support of a multidisciplinary center led by a peer-reviewed, NIH-funded investigator with expertise central to the theme of the grant proposal. The COBRE PHASE 2: Center for Neuroplasticity…Details
The NIH-NIGMS Centers of Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE) Program seeks to augment and strengthen institutional biomedical research capabilities by expanding and developing biomedical faculty research through support of a multidisciplinary center. The COBRE PHASE 2 Center for Neuroplasticity at the University of Puerto Rico aims to (1) foster development of junior investigators into competitive researchers…Details
Faculty speakers from the Institute of Neurobiology presented their research at the Puerto Rico INBRE – COBRE Symposium, May 19-20, 2017. Speakers in the Neurocience session included (left to right) Dr. Amaya Miquelajauregui, Dr. Kristin Branson (Keynote, Janelia Research Campus), Dr. Andrew Seeds, and Dr. Cristina Velåzquez. Dr. Mark Miller served as session moderator.