This $250,000 grant to BUSM’s Women Veterans Network (WoVeN) brings the Foundations’ total commitment to $750,000.
Category: Grant Awards
The $225,000 award will allow Kaserman to study carriers of Antitrypsin Deficiency (Alpha-1), a genetic condition, that may result in serious lung disease in adults and/or liver disease at any age.
Schon and her colleagues have proposed a series of studies to explore how chronic stress arising from racism affects the brain structure and function in people of African ancestry.
BU-CTSI shares in $8.65 million grant funding five-year project to reduce disparities in breast cancer care.
Lynn Rosenberg, ScD has been awarded a three-year $2,225,495 grant from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI).
BU Researchers awarded a five-year $2.7 million grant to study how anti-retrovirals that target the HIV can be delivered directly to lymphatic tissues.
Casey Taft, PhD, received a grant to expand an intervention to prevent and reduce intimate partner violence in veteran populations.
At BUSM, students from underrepresented groups learn about careers beyond medicine.
Armed with $12 million, researchers aim for early detection of lung cancer.
BUSM is one of 12 sites nationwide selected to receive the American Cancer Society’s Institutional Research Grants program award.