Category: Grant Awards
The five year, $1.3 million NIH SEPA grant will allow CityLab to develop a new curriculum supplement that uses hands-on laboratory investigations of genome editing to expand an existing program.
The professor of ophthalmology and anatomy and neurobiology has received $200,000 through a Standard Award in National Glaucoma Research from the BrightFocus Foundation.
Karin Schon, PhD, joined BUSM’s department of anatomy & neurobiology in 2013, where she is the Director of the Brain Plasticity and Neuroimaging Laboratory.
Schon’s brain plasticity research focuses on modulators of the MTH system across the lifespan.
Congratulations to Associate Professor Steven Borkan, MD, Assistant Professor Daniel Cifuentes, PhD, and Associate Professor Valerie Gouon-Evans, PhD, PharmD.
The five-year, $3.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health National Institute on Drug Abuse will help fund his latest research on the various aspects of drug addiction, including genetics.
Congratulations to Hugo J. Aparicio, MD, MPH, and Stephanie Puig, PhD!
Congratulations to Julia TCW, PhD!
The three-year, $155,000 award will support her research project, “Health Outcomes of Transitional Space Design for Older Adults with Dementia.”
The hope is that it will ultimately lead to medicines and treatments targeted to specific patients that may help fight diseases like lung cancer and pulmonary fibrosis.