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UPR MSC recieves Grant from the NIH for Biomedical Research

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The Medical Sciences campus at the University of Puerto Rico received a grant from the NIH to established the Puerto Rico-IDeA Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence (PR-INBRE) program.

This article was published in Diálogo Digital on September 23, 2015. To read the full article visit: http://dialogoupr.com/noticia/upr/impulso-de-20-millones-a-la-upr-para-investigaciones-biomedicas/

Public school students participate in biomedical research camp

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Fifty-one students from public schools participated in the Biomedical Research Education Program (BREP) at the Medical Sciences Campus of the University of Puerto Rico (UPR).

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Research Fellowship in Immunohematology and Transfusion Medicine

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The Department of Laboratory Medicine at the Yale School of Medicine offers structured post-doctoral basic, translational, and clinical research training in the broad field of Immunohematology, Transfusion Medicine, and Diagnostic and Therapeutic Laboratory Medicine. This NIH-funded T32 training program is designed to provide the basic skills needed for individuals to become successful academic clinician-scientists and scientists.

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Cognitive behavioral therapy decreases depression symptoms in people with diabetes

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A group of reserachers from the Institute of Psychology Research (IPsi) at the University of Puerto Rico in Rio Piedras, found that young people with diabetes and depression shown reduce symptoms of anxiety after been exposed to cognitive behavioral therapy.
 

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UPR-Humacao shines at annual biomedical research conference

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Two students from the Biology Deparment at the University of Puerto Rico, Humacao Campus were awarded for their reearch presentations at the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABCRMS) during November in San Antonio, Texas.

Giovani Deliz, junior in the General biology program and Raiza Reyes, junior under a Microbiology major were recognized along another 11 students among 1700 participant students. ABRCMS is one of the biggest research conference for underepresented minority students and is funded by the American Society of Microbiology under an NIH grant.

 

To read the entire blog, visit the Spanish version of this site. This article was published in Dialogo Digital.

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