Redox Biology and Medicine Training Program

Research for Pilot Studies

The CRBM has an annual open call for proposals to support pilot projects in the area of redox biology and medicine. The Request for Applications is issued once a year, with the Letter of Intent due mid-September and full applications due mid-October. Specific criteria include: 

  • Building new collaborations between members and with researchers from other centers 
  • Fostering clinical connections with research in the area of redox biology and medicine 
  • Providing a high potential to inspire new multi-investigator extramural grants (P01s, R01s, U01s, etc)

Redox Biology and Medicine Training Program

Funding is available to support predoctoral training in Redox Biology and Medicine (RBM) leading to a PhD degree at Wake Forest University. The RBM Training Program is a multidisciplinary, multidepartmental program that has as its goal the training of researchers working at the interface of biomedical sciences, biology, chemistry and physics to communicate and work across disciplines to delve into the specialized chemistry of oxidation and reduction, which directs signal transduction pathways and modulates disease.