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  • Kmiec named director of research for Delaware INBRE Program

  • Dr. Eric B. Kmiec, professor and chair of the Department of Chemistry within the College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Technology at Delaware State University, has been named the director of research for the Delaware INBRE program.
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  • Dr. Eric B. Kmiec, professor and chair of the Department of Chemistry within the College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Technology at Delaware State University, has been named the director of research for the Delaware INBRE program.
    Kmiec, who currently serves as the principal investigator of the Delaware State University INBRE grant, will be the first director of research for Delaware INBRE at an institution outside of the University of Delaware.
    The purpose of the Delaware IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE) is to create an inter-institutional biomedical research capability, by developing a statewide pipeline of capable and competitive biomedical research personnel who can compete for biomedical research grants, funded by NIH and other agencies.
    Dr. Eric Kmiec is head of the laboratory of chemical genomics at Delaware State University. Prior to his arrival at DSU in 2011, Kmiec served as the founding director and scholar of the Marshall Institute for Interdisciplinary Research at Marshall University.
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