• Evan, Andrew (PI)
  • Goldberg, Ellen (PI)
  • Woodside, William (PI)
  • Beckel, Charles (PI)
  • Priola, Donald (PI)
  • Reyes, Philip (PI)
  • Cords, Carl (PI)
  • Tapscott, Robert (PI)
  • Hadley, William (PI)
  • Omdahl, John (PI)
  • Baca, Oswald (PI)
  • Galey, William (PI)
  • Toth, Delphi (PI)
  • Morrow, Cary (PI)
  • Murray, Heather (PI)
  • Partridge, L. Donald (PI)
  • Kelley, Robert (PI)
  • Kerkof, Paul (PI)
  • Trujillo, John (PI)
  • Dail, William (PI)
  • Buss, William (PI)
  • Solomon, Sidney (PI)
  • Bankhurst, Arthur (PI)
  • Ratner, Albert (PI)
  • Scallen, Terence (PI)
  • Wood, Stephen (PI)
  • Griego, Richard (PI)
  • Reyes, Edward (PI)
  • Avner, Barry (PI)
  • Coleman, William (PI)
  • Kogoma, Tokio (PI)
  • Niemczyk, Thomas (PI)
  • Atencio, Alonzo (PI)

Project: Research project

Project Details


The Minority Biomedical Research Support Program at the University
of New Mexico will include 42 projects in twelve science and
biomedical science departments. The MBRS will be administered from
the Office of Student Affairs in the School of Medicine. The staff
includes two faculty Program Co-Directors, one from Physiology and
one from Psychiatry, an accounting technician and a full-time
secretary. The overall objective of MBRS is to increase the number of minority
scientists, biomedical investigators and other biomedically trained
personnel. The benefits of such an increase will be not only to
the community in service, role models and faculty but in their
contribution to mankind in general. This goal can be accomplished
by 1.) providing opportunities for minority undergraduate and
graduate students to participate in research, 2.) providing these
students with financial support while they work toward
undergraduate and graduate degrees and 3.) by providing support of
minority faculty and scientists to carry on biomedical research.
Effective start/end date8/20/7712/31/91


  • National Institutes of Health


  • Medicine(all)


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