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Statewide Montana INBRE program based at MSU receives five-year, $17.6 million grant

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The National Institutes of Health has awarded a five-year, $17.6 million grant to the Montana INBRE program to continue its work growing the state’s biomedical research capacity and training new scientists in fields related to human health, Montana State University officials announced today.

Housed at MSU, Montana INBRE is a network of Montana universities, community colleges and tribal colleges that invests in biomedical research capacity and workforce development throughout the state. Originally called BRIN, Montana INBRE was first funded in 2001. This grant renewal brings the NIH’s total commitment in Montana INBRE to more than $75 million.

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