Grant Received: Kevin Tidgewell
Dr. Kevin Tidgewell, associate professor of medicinal chemistry, along with Benedict Kolber , Michael Cascio and Rita Mihailescu of the Bayer School of Natural and Environmental Sciences received a $10,801 from the National Institutes of Health for the project Pain and Neurodegenerative Undergraduate Research Experiences: Interacting with Community Partners to Build Specialized and Enhanced Neurologic Disease Programs for Undergraduates.
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