Spring 2020 TriCEM Grant Awardees

It’s hard to believe that we are already on the brink of beginning the fall semester. We know that the fall will look very different for a lot of students and researchers due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but one thing that will not change is TriCEM’s commitment to supporting innovative evolutionary medicine research throughout Read more about Spring 2020 TriCEM Grant Awardees[…]

Now accepting Spring 2020 funding proposals

Our Spring 2020 TriCEM Funding RFP is now live! We are inviting proposals for Seed Grants, Graduate Student Awards, and Working Groups from researchers at Duke, NC State, and UNC-Chapel Hill with activities focused on evolutionary medicine. Evolutionary medicine is broadly interpreted to involve research that uses evolutionary and ecological perspectives to understand health and disease Read more about Now accepting Spring 2020 funding proposals[…]

Congratulations TriCEM Grant Recipients Fall 2018

Congratulations to the Fall 2018 TriCEM Grant Recipients!  These researchers from across our NC Triangle institutions proposed innovative research questions and techniques that further the field of evolutionary medicine.  We thank all those who applied for a grant and encourage future submissions in our Spring 2019 request for proposals (details forthcoming soon). Sally Bornbusch Duke Read more about Congratulations TriCEM Grant Recipients Fall 2018[…]

Congratulations to Jeremy Ash, American Chemical Society Award Winner

TriCEM congratulates Jeremy Ash, Ph.D. candidate in Bioinformatics at North Carolina State University. Jeremy won the CINF award for the second year in a row during the American Chemical Society annual meeting. This is the first time a student has won the award twice! Jeremy’s research focuses on protein-ligand interactions, specifically the ERK1 and 2 Read more about Congratulations to Jeremy Ash, American Chemical Society Award Winner[…]

TriCEM Call for Proposals

TriCEM is inviting proposals in the following areas:  Seed Grants, Graduate Awards, and Working Groups.  We also have a joint RFP available with the Children’s Health Discovery Initiative.  Proposed activities should focus on evolutionary medicine, broadly interpreted to involve research that uses evolutionary and ecological perspectives to understand health and disease in humans, domesticated animals, Read more about TriCEM Call for Proposals[…]