Others centers + programs

KU has two National Institutes of Health-designated Center of Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE) programs, the Center for Genomics, and the Kansas National Science Foundation Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research.
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COBRE: Chemical Biology of Infectious Disease

The CBID Center strengthens infrastructure and enables scientists and biomedical research in Kansas.

About CBID

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COBRE: Center for Modular Analysis of Disease Pathways

The CMADP conducts multidisciplinary research to develop and implement cutting-edge technologies for elucidating the genetic, chemical, and physical mechanisms of biological processes involved in disease.

About CMADP

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Center for Genomics

The Center for Genomics coalesces KU researchers working in genomics into a collaborative group and supports and promotes genomics researchers through strategic initiatives.

About the Center for Genomics

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Kansas NSF EPSCoR

The Kansas National Science Foundation Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research enhances the scientific research capacity in Kansas while developing a diverse STEM workforce and fulfilling an NSF mandate to promote scientific progress.

About EPSCoR