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The University of Wisconsin-Madison Biotechnology Training Program (BTP) is a multi-disciplinary training program funded by the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) - one of the institutes of NIH - under grant number GM008349. BTP also receives substantial support from the UW-Madison Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education and participating UW-Madison schools, colleges, and departments.

BTP News

Beyond genes: Protein atlas scores nitrogen fixing duet 

BTP trainee co-founds startup company that uses DNA sequencing to find pathogens in water 

New company with 3 generations of BTP scientists making functional biological structures from stem cells

BTP participants win award for new proteomics-based approach to colon cancer diagnosis

Morgridge Institute selects Pagliarini to lead campus metabolism initiative

BTP Publications

Research and collaborations by BTP students and faculty has resulted in a large number of publications in leading peer-reviewed journals and books since its founding in 1989.

BTP Publication Citations and Associated PMC Links at PubMed / NCBI

As result of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Public Access Policy adopted in 2008, BTP publications in the above list which were published after early 2008 are freely available to any researcher or student. Look for the "Free PMC Article" link within the citation.

All publications resulting from research at BTP must acknowledge BTP in their publication and also must be deposited into the PMC. Compliance with the policy is a term and condition of all grants and cooperative agreements active in Fiscal Year 2008 or beyond, and for all contracts awarded after April 7, 2008.

NIH Public Access Policy: Overview


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