Announcement of Positions Available In the Behavioral and Biomedical Sciences (BBS) Research Training Program
The WVU Behavioral and Biomedical Sciences (BBS) Research Training Program, supported by NIGMS grant T32 GM081741, is now accepting applications for trainees.
School of Medicine researchers identify schizophrenia genes
Researchers at the University, in collaboration with an international consortium of geneticists and clinicians from Switzerland, France, Greece and Germany, are working to understand the genetic basis of schizophrenia by sequencing those blueprints of the human genome for individuals diagnosed with the disorder, along with those of his or her healthy parents. They have identified 18 different genes that possibly influence the incidence of schizophrenia.
OPPORTUNITY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING RESEARCH AT WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY
On behalf of the Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources (Statler) and the School of Medicine (SoM), we are pleased to announce an exciting opportunity to stimulate externally funded collaborative biomedical engineering research.