Grant Received: Jelena Janjic
The project Theranostic Pain Nanomedicines: Imaging Inflammation, Reducing Pain and Need for Opioids led by Dr. Jelena Janjic, an associate professor of pharmaceutics with the Duquesne University Mylan School of Pharmacy and Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, received a $163,350 grant from the National Institue on Drugs of Abuse for Year 2 funding, bringing the total award to $338,350.
Dr. John Pollock and Dr. Benedict Kolber, professor and assistant professor, respectively, of biological sciences with the Bayer School of Natural and Environmental Sciences are co-investigators for the project.
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