Dr. Rachael Neilan - Receives NIH Award
Dr. Rachael Neilan, Associate Professor of Mathematics, received a three year award from the National Institute of Health's R01 program as co-PI of the project "Impact of amygdala laterization on processing and modulation of bladder pain" with PI Dr. Ben Kolber from the Biology Department. Congratulations Rachael!
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