These findings further advance our understanding of CTE and lay the groundwork for diagnosis during life using brain imaging techniques that can identify the specific tau of CTE in the brains of living people.
The sponsored research awards of the Boston University School of Medicine in 21 basic science and clinical science departments are anticipated to be $865 million for 2019. The School of Medicine supports all aspects of biomedical research, from exploration at the basic science level to translating fundamental discoveries into treatments that improve human health. This has made us a leading institution with a focus on both traditional and interdisciplinary research. Also, it extends into fostering the development of the next generation of exceptional biomedical scientists currently enrolled in programs at School of Medicine’s Graduate Medical Sciences.
In concern about the effects of the public health emergency for COVID-19 on biomedical research, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has established a website to guide NIH funded researchers with deadlines, submissions, regulatory issues, and expenses.
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