Grant Received: Rehana Leak & Aleem Gangjee
Drs. Rehana Leak and Aleem Gangjee, Associate Professor of Pharmacology and Distinguished Professor of Medicinal Chemistry, respectively, recently received a $379,500 grant from the National Institutes of Health for a project called Novel Cytoskeletal Stabilizers as Potential Treatments for Limbic Lewy Body Disorders.
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