Meet With Researchers in a $360 Million Research and Development Marketplace
Washington State University completed construction in 2020 on a new $66M, 82,400 sqft agricultural research facility. The new building will provide new infrastructure for the Institute of Biological Chemistry, and will integrate laboratories from biochemistry, pathology, horticulture and soil science into a single building.
WSU's Community Organizations for Natives: COVID-19 Epidemiology, Research, Testing and Services (CONCERTS) received $4.5M in 2020 from the NIH, to study the rate of COVID-19 infection among Native Americans and Native Alaskans, and the influence of socioeconomic factors on being tested, with the goal of increasing testing and addressing COVID-19 related health disparities.
Researchers at WSU's Center of Excellence for Natural Product Drug Interaction received $2.2M in 2020 from the NIH, to assess the drug interaction potential of selected priority natural products. The program has received $13.7M in funding since 2015.
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We invite you to be a part of our annual BioResearch Product Faire™ event for Washington State University.