Josiane Broussard receives grant from University of Colorado
Branco Weiss fellow Josiane Broussard has been awarded a 2016 Innovative Seed Grant from the University of Colorado for her project entitled “Role of the skin as a tool to assess circadian rhythms and function of peripheral metabolic tissues”.
In 2006, the Offices of the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Research pooled funds for an annual campus-wide seed grant program intended to stimulate new and exciting areas of research and creative work on the CU-Boulder campus. The Innovative Seed Grant is given to projects involving new interdisciplinary initiatives that take investigators in creative, and sometimes high-risk, high-reward directions and that have tangible payoffs in terms of future funding, scholarly or artistic impact, or development of new productive collaborations.
About the Innovative Seed Grant Program