Grant Received: Kevin Tidgewell
Congratulations to Dr. Kevin Tidgwell, assistant professor of medicinal chemistry, on receiving a $4,000 Loogman Faculty Research Grant for the project A Multi-Continent Collaboration in Pain Research and Treatment: Using Ethnopharmacological Knowledge from Cameroon to Develop Novel Pain Treatments, a collaboration with Dr. Benedict Kolber of the Bayer School of Natural and Environmental Sciences.
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