The University of Idaho
As Idaho’s oldest public university, University of Idaho (UI) is regarded as the flagship, land-grant and primary research university of the state which serves its student population through its main 1,585 acre campus in Moscow with branch campuses in Coeur d’Alene, Boise, Twin Falls, and Idaho falls. With an enrollment of over 12,000 students, of which 1,700 are in graduate & professional programs, and a total of 723 faculty members, UI offers more than 300 degrees through 10 colleges for undergraduate and graduate students which include the following clinical and translational research related division and institute: The Division of Health Sciences and Institute Bioinformatics & Evolutionary Studies (IBEST), an interdisciplinary research group focused on understanding the patterns and processes of evolution that occur over comparatively short periods of time. At UI, faculty researchers with clinical and translational interests are located in various departments including Biological Sciences, Movement Sciences, Psychology and Communication studies, and Foods and Nutrition. With all projects including rural underserved populations, UI’s clinical and translational research topics have included diabetes, obesity, cancer, virus induced birth defects, community health engagement, and the nervous system and neurological responses. Also classified by the Carnegie Foundation as a higher research activity university, UI is also a collaborative part of the Idaho IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (ID INBRE), which also collaborates along with other clinical and translational research intensive institutions in the state including both Idaho State University (ISU) & Boise State University (BSU) as partners of the MW CTR-IN.
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