CENTER OF EXCELLENCE IN BIOMARKER RESEARCH & INDIVIDUALIZED MEDICINE (SCHOOL OF BRIM)

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The Center’s Mission is to improve the human condition through biomedical innovation in biomarker discovery and personalized medicine.
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Overview

What is the BRIM Center of Excellence, what are its mission and goals,
and how is it structured?


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School of BRIM

How can I gain an education in these fields, and why would I want to?


Poster Sessions

BRIM NEWS

BRIM master student Yvette Unoarumhi successfully defended her thesis
on April 12, 2016.  Her Thesis title was, "Evolution of a Bacteria Global
Regulator-Lrp". Yvette's major advisor is Dr. Jyl Matson, Asst. Professor,
Department of Medical Microbiology and Immunology.

The 2016 Graduate Research Forum was on March 17&18, 2016.
On March 17th, BRIM students and faculty presented:
Diego Morales (advisor Dr. James Willey), Poster presentation 
Nicole Carr (advisor, Dr. Sadik Khuder), Oral presentation 

The 2016 Great Lakes Bioinformatics Conference (GLBIO) will be
held this year in Toronto, Canada, May 16-19, 2016.
BRIM students attend these meetings giving poster and oral presentations.

A new paper has been published by Dr. Alexei Fedorov's lab, in 
the publication, Genome Biology and Evolution. The title of the article is,
"Atlas of Cryptic Genetic Relatedness Among 1000 Human Genomes".

BRIM Pipeline student Nicole Carr successfully defended her thesis on March 3, 2016. 
The title of her thesis was, "Data Pooling to Identify Differentially Expressed Genes in Lung
Cancer of Non-Smokers."  Nicole's major advisor was Dr. Sadik Khuder, Professor, 
Departments of Medicine and Public Health & Preventative Medicine.

Last Updated: 4/21/16