BIBC Community Update -October 2023October 16, 2023
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BIBC – Tenure Faculty position OpenSeptember 15, 2023
The University of Michigan BioInnovations in Brain Cancer Program (BIBC) is currently soliciting applications for a tenure track faculty position at any level.
We welcome applications from outstanding scientists with expertise in any areas pertaining to translational or basic brain cancer biology research and/or development of cutting-edge technological approaches for treatment.Read Story
BIBC Community Update – September 2023September 15, 2023
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BIBC Community Update – August 2023August 18, 2023
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BIBC Translation and Formulation Core – Coming SoonJune 14, 2023
BIBC Formulation and Translation CoreRead Story
2022 Technologies in Brain Cancer SymposiumOctober 24, 2022
Thank you to all those that participated, sponsored, and attended our inaugural Technologies in Brain Cancer Symposium. We could not have done it without you!
BIBC Tenure Track Faculty Positions OpenJuly 21, 2021
The University of Michigan BioInnovations in Brain Cancer Program (BIBC) is currently soliciting applications for tenure track faculty positions at any level. We welcome applications from outstanding scientists with expertise in any areas pertaining to translational or basic brain cancer biology research and/or development of cutting-edge technological approaches for treatment.Read Story
S.Nagrath Lab develops new microfluidic chip to capture and investigate exosomesJanuary 29, 2021
The Sunitha Nagrath lab reports on their work to capture natural killer cells and harvest exosomes to investigate their potential for battling cancer cells.Read Story
BI Startup EVOQ Therapeutics inks agreement with AmgenJanuary 14, 2021
Under this license and collaboration agreement, EVOQ and Amgen will work on discovery and development of drugs for autoimmune disorders.Read Story
FDA awards $5M to establish new Center for Research on Complex GenericsSeptember 30, 2020
Researchers from the University of Michigan and the University of Maryland were awarded a $5 million grant to establish a new Center for Research on Complex Generics. BI Faculty Professor Anna Schwendeman will be the center co-director along with Professor James Polli from the University of Maryland.
The center is funded by the FDA Office of Generic Drugs and aims at bringing complex generic drugs and drug products to market faster.Read Story
Three New Startups Launched in FY20September 11, 2020
BI faculty members were part of three new startup companies launched in FY20.Read Story