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SWOSU's Hubin Receives Large Biomedical Research Grant

September 4, 2009

Biomedical Research Grant
SWOSU students Courtney Garcia (left) of Altus and Brooke Shockey of Elk City are working with Dr. Tim Hubin on a $126,216 biomedical research grant recently received from the Oklahoma IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (OK-INBRE) and the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center.

Southwestern Oklahoma State University Assistant Professor Dr. Tim Hubin in Weatherford has received a $126,216 grant for biomedical research from the Oklahoma IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (OK-INBRE) and the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center.

The award is administered through the National Institutes of Health.

Hubin's grant-entitled "Development and Screening of Transition Metal Complexes as CXCR4 Antagonists"-in part, supports scientific research that will enhance the professional and scholarly development of faculty at predominantly undergraduate institutions. This program allows undergraduate students first-hand experience working in biomedical research laboratories. 

Hubin said promising students are exposed to the world of research and this research program is a mechanism for increasing the applicant pool for Oklahoma's graduate programs in biomedical research. 

Dr. Hubin also received $2,200 during the summer from a summer mentorship grant funded by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education.  The mentorship grant provided much needed supplies for the mentor's laboratory.   

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