A recent study by VBI researchers has uncovered key cellular functions used to regulate inflammation — a discovery that could have important implications for the treatment of certain forms of cancer.
A team of scientists led by VBI researchers secured NSF support to develop tools that can analyze how ideas are spread through large social networks like Twitter.
VBI Researchers join an international effort to define the grand challenges faced by Nutrition Science in order to feed a growing global population.
We're proud to highlight some of the latest grants and awards earned by VBI Researchers. If there is a special honor or funding award you'd like to be featured in future VT News press release or an upcoming edition of the VBI newsletter, please contact the Creative Services Group at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will begin crafting a message for public distribution.
Stephen Eubank, NSF, "The Coupled Dynamics of Human-Dryland River Systems: Linkages and Feedbacks Between Human and Environmental Drivers of Water Quality and Human Health", $1,799,999, 07/15/15-12/31/19
Food, games, live music—what was your favorite part of this year's picnic? Read up on the highlights and provide your feedback to help us plan for 2016.
VBI leadership provides perpsective on the institute's space re-planning efforts, soliciting feedback from faculty and staff.
Erin Poff uses management and policy implementation experience to coordinate VBI's administrative function and improve customer service.