The Tuskegee University (TU) Center for Biomedical Research (CBR) aims to strengthen the biomedical research capacity of TU, provide career development and mentoring activities to meet the needs of TU junior and mid-level investigators, establish, maintain, and sustain a high-quality research infrastructure of shared core facilities, establish relationships, build trust, and engage local communities and community-based organizations to learn from and to educate community members on health issues that affect them.
|Project / Principal Investigator / Organization||Admin IC||Funding IC||FY Total Costs By IC||Fiscal Year|
|YATES, CLAYTON | TUSKEGEE UNIVERSITY||OD||OD||7931772$7,931,772||2022|
|YATES, CLAYTON | TUSKEGEE UNIVERSITY||NIMHD||NIMHD||1$1||2022|
This fall, Tuskegee University was selected for an All of Us Researcher Academy Institutional Champion award for $75,000 from the National Institutes of Health. This… Continue Reading
Tuskegee University is one step closer to becoming a globally renowned center of excellence in cancer genomics focused on health disparities in underrepresented populations thanks… Continue Reading
Researchers at Tuskegee University have discovered specific genetic variants found in prostate tumors of men of African descent were associated with African ancestry, according to… Continue Reading