Current Montana INBRE Faculty Research Projects (2022-2023)

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Montana State University Billings

David Butler | Undergraduate Research Program and Medical Laboratory Internships

Lynn George | A Regional Alliance of INBRE Networks (RAIN) Collaboration: Investigating titin as a novel nucleolar protein

Joseph Hoover | A Regional Alliance of INBRE Networks (RAIN) Collaboration: Improving geospatial environmental health research with Tribal communities in Montana and New Mexico

Daniel Willems | Probing Phospholipid Structure in Alzheimer’s Disease for Possible Biomarkers of Disease

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Montana State University - Northern

Randy Maglinao | Renewable Diesel in Underground Mining

 

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Montana State University

James Becker | Quantifying Biomechanical and Functional Deficits When Returning to Activity Following Bone Stress Injury

Diane Bimczok | A Regional Alliance of INBRE Networks (RAIN) Collaboration: Nitric oxide sensing of Vibrio cholerae in biofilm formation and virulence of the human intestine

Matthew Cook | Novel Alzheimer's Disease Therapeutics using Highly Selective DYRK-1A Ligands

Catherine Kirkland| Aerobic Granular Sludge: Assessing PPCP Removal From Wastewater

Sally Moyce | Health of Montana’s Growers and Producers

Sarah Pennington | Improving Language Comprehension via Gestures in Rural Montana DLD/ASD Children

Aga Rynda-Apple | Understanding the Immune Consequences of Respiratory IDV Infection

Heidi Smith | Real-time Imaging of Transient Protein-protein Interactions in Bacterial Biofilms Using Förster (Fluorescence) Resonance Energy Transfer and Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Microscopy

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Rocky Mountain College

Amanda Carroll | Developing Collaborative Research Partnerships To Improve Veterans’ Health

Twylla Kirchen | Sensory Integration in Native American Youth

 

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The University of Montana

DeAnna Bublitz | Defining the Immunogenicity of Tick Saliva in Mice and Men

Laura Jennings | Epigenetics and Programmed Heterogeneity in Multidrug-resistant Bacteria

Margie Kinnersley | Bacterial Viruses as Drivers of Genetic and Antigenic Variation in Lyme Disease

John Quindry | A Regional Alliance of INBRE Networks (RAIN) Collaboration: The Effects of Circadian Rhythm Disruption on the Inflammatory Response to Particulate

Aaron Thomas | Pathways to Academic Success

Dong Wang | A Regional Alliance of INBRE Networks (RAIN) Collaboration: Bio-inspired C-H Bond Functionalization Using Combined Synthetic and Computational Approaches

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Former Montana INBRE Faculty Research Projects

INBRE IV (May 1, 2019 - April 30, 2024)
Project Leader
Institution
Project Title
Years Active
Vernon Grant
Blackfeet Community College
2021-2022
Alma McCormick
Messengers for Health
2021-2022
David Graham
Montana State University
2020-2022
Chelsea Heveran
Montana State University
2020-2022
Kelly Shepardson
Montana State University
2020-2022
Raja Nagisetty
Montana Technological University
2020-2022
Virgil Dupuis
Salish Kootenai College
2019-2022
Lu Hu
University of Montana
2019-2022
Laurie Slovarp
University of Montana
2019-2022
Erik Adams
Montana State University
2019-2021
Diane Bimczok
Montana State University
Role of gastric E-cadherin positive and negative dendritic cell subsets in the immune response to H. pylori infection 
2019-2021
Co Carew
Salish Kootenai College
2020-2021
Kalli Decker
Montana State University
2019-2021
Terri Hildebrand
Montana State University - Northern
2020-2021
Aga Rynda-Apple
Montana State University
Determining how immune recognition of virus capsid shapes host susceptibility to BSIs; Identification of an anti-viral signaling pathway initiated by recognition of capsid subunit pattern
2019-2021
Joel Graff
Montana Technological University
Really Interesting New Gene (RING) Proteins in Antiviral Defence
2019-2020
Vikki Howard
Montana State University - Northern
Feasibility Study of the Good Behavior Game in Native American Youth in Montana
2019-2020
Jennifer Lachowiec
Montana State University
Prediction of dependable gene promoters for edible plant-based vaccines
2019-2020
Erin Landguth
University of Montana
2019-2020
Mary Ellen Larson
Salish Kootenai College
Student Program: STEM Academy at SKC
2019-2020
Matthew Queen
Montana State University - Billings
2019-2020
Wendy Westbroek
Salish Kootenai College
2019-2020

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