Translating knowledge of hibernating animals into treatments that advance human health.
Translating hibernation research to improve human health.
To seek fundamental knowledge about the nature and behavior of hibernating mammals and the translation of that knowledge to enhance human health, lengthen life, and reduce illness and disability.
  • T for Team Science: Multiple, diverse perspectives and expertise empowers great and innovative science.
  • R for Respect: Respecting each person for their unique perspective, expertise, and contribution to the overall effort.
  • I for Integrity: Helping people to be the best at what they do best and keeping a high ethical standard.
  • M for Motivation: Motivating oneself and others to do the job better than it has been done before in order to create a cycle of empowerment and accomplishment for both the scientific community and the Institute.


TRiM Call for Proposals Pilot Project

Details & Funding
Opportunity Announcement

Internal Steering

October 23, 12:00pm
Virtual Meeting

Metabolomics Journal

Every Friday, 12pm
Virual Meeting

How to Cite COBRE Support

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Research reported in this publication was supported (whole or in part) by the National Institute of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number P20GM130443. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.