College announces new Research Infrastructure Program

The new Research Infrastructure Program was announced today as part of the commitment to continue to increase research funding and productivity in the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition.

The College of Pharmacy and Nutrition Research Infrastructure Program is a competitive funding program designed to support the acquisition, upgrade, and maintenance of research equipment. The program will provide $250,000 in available funding over the next 2 years.  

The program’s funding can be utilized in two ways: acquiring new research equipment with a useful life of more than 1 year, and upgrading or maintaining existing research equipment to improve or preserve efficiency.

This program is part of the college’s larger strategy to enhance research activity and graduate student/postdoctoral fellow training in the college. It will complement the other research activities and programs that have been initiated or are planned to develop over the next few years, including:

  1. Grants Incentive Program
  2. Graduate Student Training Program
  3. A number of new research chairs
  4. New Journal Publication Incentive Program
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