They hope to identify new targets for developing drugs to treat or slow processes leading to Alzheimer’s disease.
Category: Grant Awards
Justin Lui, MD, MS, Receives Awards from the National Scleroderma Foundation, American Heart Association
The assistant professor of medicine received a three-year, $200,000 Walter and Marie Coyle Award from the National Scleroderma Foundation and an AHA Career Development Award for $231,000.
This is the foundation’s third grant, bringing their total support since 2020 to more than $400,000.
BU and Brown Researchers collaborate at the Providence/Boston Center for AIDS Research (Prov/Bos CFAR), aim to reduce the burden of HIV in the United States and around the world.
Project may lead to the identification of new interventions and public health approaches to mitigate toxicant-induced cardiovascular diseases.
Gyungah Jun, PhD, associate professor of medicine, is one of four principal investigators and will receive $2.56M over five years.
The assistant professor of anatomy & neurobiology was awarded a $2.8 million grant from the National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Mental Health.
The assistant professor of medicine has received a four-year, R01 grant from the NIH’s NHLBI and will focus on heart failure and exercise.
Funds will help purchase a new, state-of-the-art cryogenic electron microscope.
Research focuses on human genetics and Alzheimer’s disease risk.