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What does BRP stand for?

BRP stands for Bioengineering Research Partnership


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National Institutes of Health (NIH) will fund a multidisciplinary bioengineering research partnership involving engineers, biologists, and chemists from academia, government, and industry both in the U.
Participating Institutes and Centers (ICs) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) invite applications for R01 awards to support Bioengineering Research Partnerships (BRPs) for basic, applied, and translational multi-disciplinary research that addresses important biological or medical research problems, in the context of this program, a partnership is a multi-disciplinary research team that applies an integrative, systems approach to develop knowledge and/or methods to prevent, detect, diagnose, or treat disease or to understand health and behavior.
Participating institutes and centers of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) invite applications for R01 awards to support bioengineering research partnerships (BRPs) for basic multidisciplinary research addressing important biological or medical research problems.
amp; BOSTON -- GE and Beth Israel Deaconess to Engage in Five-Year Bioengineering Research Partnership to Develop Ways to Enhance Surgical Imaging of Tumors During Surgery GE Global Research, the centralized research organization of General Electric (NYSE: GE), and the Frangioni Laboratory at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) today announced receipt of a $6.
PAS-99-166 Bioengineering Research Partnerships Awards to support bioengineering research partnerships for conducting basic bioengineering research that addresses important biological or medical research problems are available under a program cosponsored by 19 federal agencies.