Dr. Manickam Wins Research Award
Devika Manickam, Ph.D., an Assistant Professor in the Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, was recently selected by the Duquesne University Office of Research to receive the Hunkele Dreaded Disease Research Award.
The $5,000 award will help to fund Dr. Manickam's project Gene Delivery to the Blood-Brain Barrier for Stroke Therapy. According to Dr. Manickam, stroke is the fourth leading cause of adult disability and death, killing someone every four minutes in the United States.
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