With collaborations at the IISBR you can learn from prior experiences of others already active in the field of salivary bioscience. In our experience, collaborative science creates and moves “big ideas” forward. We know that functional scientific teams need to be composed of individuals who have interdisciplinary and specialized skills/knowledge, but also speak some common language to facilitate collaboration and innovation. Collaborate with us and your project’s “dream team” is likely to be composed of investigators from many different Universities and countries.
A preliminary study of association between adolescent estradiol level and dorsolateral prefrontal cortex activity during emotion regulation. Read More
IISBR Faculty Awarded $200k Research Grant for Salivary Uric Acid Study from the NIH ECHO Opportunities and Infrastructure Fund. Read More
Spit Camp II - Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) Registration is now open! Now is the time to take your knowledge of salivary bioscience data and analytic methods to the next level. Read More
IISBR Receives $1 Million Prentiss Foundation Gift to Expand Salivary Bioscience Research. Read More
Salivary Bioscience Job Board
Associate or Full Professor at UNC Greensboro with a Physiological Emphasis in Human Development and Family Studies. Read More
PhD Graduate Student Opportunity for Studying Mexican Origin Families with Young Children. Read More
Research Associate Position at Leidos’s Biobehavioral Sciences Lab Research Unit. Read More
Laboratory Technician/Manager (Senior Technical Officer) at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) Salivary Bioscience Research Centre (SBRC). Read More
Postdoctoral Training Fellowship Opening in Prenatal Stress & Developmental Psychopathology at Michigan State University. Read More
We’ve highlighted some of the more than 85 different projects ongoing at the Institute.
The minimally-invasive nature of saliva sample collection, and the broad range of potential measurements, enables oral fluids to be employed in a wide range of fields and disciplines. These features open a window of opportunity for researchers from traditionally non-biologically oriented fields such as economics, psychology, sociology, anthropology, gerontology, nursing, social work, preventive medicine, dentistry, medicine, occupational science, sports medicine, psychiatry, neuroscience, and more.