Supporting Biomedical Research
The Higuchi Biosciences Center seeks to enhance the environment for interdisciplinary, basic research by providing research support to investigators whose scientific effort falls within the general category of biomedical research.
Participating investigators from various departments across campus
Active grants including three major programmatic grants
Internal Funding Programs
To enhance multidisciplinary and inter-disciplinary research in the biomedical sciences, the Center has developed a variety of internal funding programs.
HBC Investigators have a high rate of success in obtaining external funding. Find out more about our grant services.
Symposia, Seminars and Lecture Series
The HBC supports symposia, seminars and lectures to promote scientific collaboration.
The National Institutes of Health has re-upped its support of the Chemical Biology of Infectious Disease Center (CBID) at the University of Kansas with a five-year, $11.35M Phase II grant.
2021 Biomedical Sciences Symposium Update -- Kansas IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (K-INBRE) Call for Proposals -- HBC Participants Awarded NIH MIRA Grants -- Higuchi Biosciences Center Assistant Research Professor was awarded a Department of Defense (DOD) Research Grant -- KU…
HBC Partcipant, Dr. Joanna Slusky, develops machine learning approach better at differentiating enzyme sites
Dr. Joanna Slusky, Associate Professor of Molecular Biosciences develops a machine-learning model: Metal Activity Heuristic of Metalloprotein and Enzymatic Sites.
2021 Biomedical Sciences Symposium -- HBC Administered Major Program Renewed -- Reminder - HBC Office Partially Reopened for the Fall -- NSF Fall Virtual Conference -- NIH Updates