Administrative Core

The Administrative Core is responsible for the organizational aspects of the COBRE including reviewing proposals for funding, budgeting, coordination of seminars and short courses, IAC, and EAB. Three scientific Core facilities are supported within the CMADP. These scientific Cores are supported through investments in personnel, supplies, and equipment and interact directly with the principal investigators to help them accomplish their projects. The overall structure of CMADP is shown below.

All Project grant recipients are selected for participation in the CMADP-funded program based on submission of their proposals for review by external experts, receipt of a favorable recommendation for funding by the external reviewers, and final support of such recommendation by both the Internal Advisory Committee (IAC) and the External Advisory Board (EAB) of CMADP. Prior to finalizing decisions on funding such Project Grants, the PI and Co-Is will submit the Project proposals and reviews to NIGMS Program Officers for review and approval. It is expected that there will be a greater number of proposals submitted for funding than will ultimately receive funding from CMADP. Core A will also organize the external review of proposals for project funding, and the communication of results from Projects and scientific Cores through the sponsorship of scientific meetings and symposia.

Contact Us:

COBRE CMADP
Multidisciplinary Research Building (MRB)
2030 Becker Drive, Room 220
Lawrence, KS 66047
Susan M. Lunte, PI & Administrative Core Leader, slunte@ku.edu, 785-864-3811
Cady Bush, Program Coordinator, cbush@ku.edu, 785-864-2342


Recent News

November 2018
R. Mark Wightman to give inaugural Ralph N. Adams Lecture at KU

October 2018
New assistant professor of bioanalytical chemistry at KU will also be affiliated with COBRE CMADP

June 2018
Mei He's review article selected for journal cover of Lab on a Chip

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Upcoming Events

Ralph N. Adams Lectureship, KU Chemistry Dept.

R. Mark Wightman, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus of Chemistry
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Public Lecture "Detecting Catecholamines--A Journey from Beaker to the Behaving Brain"
Thursday, November 15 @ 4:00pm
Integrated Science Building, Room 1154 (Central District)
Reception immediately following lecture in ISB atrium, open to all

Scientific Lecture "Chemical Monitoring of Neurotransmission with Microelectrodes"
Friday, November 16 @ 4:00pm
Integrated Science Building, Room 1154 (Central District)

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