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The SC Section of the American Chemical Society is hosting the2016 SE Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Catalyzing Chemical Change, Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center, THIS Sun.-Weds., Oct. 23-26SC INBRE faculty members Dr. Angela Peters of Claflin is the general chair and Dr. Jim Deavor of the College of Charleston is on the organizing committee. A number of presentations will be made by SC INBRE-supported students from Claflin, Clemson, Coastal Carolina, College of Charleston, Francis Marion, Furman, SC State, USC, Winthrop, and elsewhere. On-site registration will be available at the conference center beginning Oct. 23. Learn more  

cur logoSC INBRE faculty and undergrads: Did you publish within the last six months? CUR Quarterly wants your submissions for Spring 2017 Undergrad Research Highlights which briefly describe peer-reviewed research or scholarly publications. Publications must be in print and must include one or more undergrad coauthors. Let's make s strong showing of SC INBRE work! Submit by Nov. 3Learn more

The NIH Big Data to Knowledge initiative (BD2K) announced the release of two new RFAs for training in biomedical Big Data science. Of the two new RFAs, RFA-MD-16-002, NIH Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) Enhancing Diversity in Biomedical Data Science (R25), submissions opened on Fri., Oct. 14.

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Jim Deavor"My name is Dr. Jim Deavor. I'm the SC INBRE campus program director at College of Charleston. I enjoy helping others to succeed."

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SC INBRE is funded by grant P20GM103499 from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, National Institutes of Health