Complex Systems Center LogoVermont Complex Systems Center

The Vermont Complex Systems Center at UVM is a postdisciplinary team of faculty and students working at the University of Vermont's College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences on real-world, data-rich, and meaningful complex systems problems of all kinds. The center's mission is to help people and their communities overcome, revitalise, and flourish at all scales through research and education about complex systems. Visit the Vermont Complex Systems Center website.

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The Gund Institute for Environment at UVM brings scholars and leaders together to accelerate research, uncover solutions and tackle the world's most pressing environmental issues: climate solutions, health and well-being, sustainable agriculture, and resilient communities. The Gund Institute is comprised of 150 faculty Fellows and Affiliates from UVM and leading organizations worldwide, and exceptional students and postdoctoral researchers. Visit the Gund Institute website.

VCIID LogoVermont Center for Immunobiology and Infectious Disease

The Vermont Center for Immunobiology and Infectious Diseases (VCIID) was created in 2006 with a five-year $11.4 million Phase I Center for Biological Research Excellence (COBRE) grant from the National Institutes of Health and National Institute of General Medical Sciences. VCIID combines the expertise of the UVM groups in Immunobiology, Microbiology, Infectious Diseases, and the Vaccine Testing Center to promote collaborative studies into the immune response to infectious agents, including viruses, bacteria and parasites, as well as studies of microbial pathogenesis and autoimmune disorders. Visit the VCIID website.

Vermont Lung Center LogoVermont Lung Center

The Vermont Lung Center (VLC), a Program on Lung Biology and Disease, has been in existence at the Robert Larner, M.D. College of Medicine at the University of Vermont since 1972. It has had a rich and productive past that has had a significant impact nationally. The current program centers around a COBRE award from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) of the NIH. The keystone to the VLC program is translational research. The goals of the VLC are to investigate the mechanisms of lung biology and disease, and to train and retain outstanding translational scientists at UVM. Learn more about the Vermont Lung Center.