A major focus of IMCI is to assist research faculty submit quality grant proposals to outside funding entities. Any time a proposal includes a modeling component, it can be submitted through IMCI. If/when these projects are funded, IMCI continues to provide grant management and help, as needed.
IMCI currently supports the following externally funded projects:
- Prediction of Spillover Potential and Interventional En Masse Animal Vaccination to Prevent Emerging Pathogen Threats in Current and Future Zones of US Military Operation
- Using Gene Editing and an Accumulated Bioproduct as a Reporter for Genotypic and Phenotypic Heterogeneity in Growth-vs-Production for Methylobacterium Extorquens Conversion of Aromatics to Butanol
- Patterns of Adaptive Evolution (Miller, Wichman, 2018 – 2022)
- RII Track-2 FEC: Using Biophysical Protien Models to Map Genetic Variation to Phenotypes (Ytreberg, 2017 – 2021)
Stay completely up-to-date on the RII Track-2 FEC: Using Biophysical Protein Models to Map Genetic Variation to Phenotypes (National Science Foundation award OIA-1736253) via the Genotypes to Phenotypes website.
- Collaborative Research: Deep-Sequencing Analysis of Edited Metabolic Pathways to Uncover, Model, and Overcome the Epistatic Constraints Upon Optimization (Marx, 2017 – 2020)
- Collaborative Research: A Mathematical Theory of Transmissible Vaccines (Nuismer, 2016-2020)
Completed projects that have been funded by other agencies through IMCI are listed here.