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UT Medical Branch receives funding to conduct landmark traumatic brain injury study

BioNews Texas, November 25, 2013


Continuing coverage: Texas-based neurology researchers continue to make significant advances in better understanding brain injury, with researchers at UTMB leading the way. In what the university says is the most wide-reaching project of its kind, researchers are expanding their focus once again on traumatic brain injury, examining its progressive, chronic effects on the body in hopes of treating its immediate and long-term consequences. The project, which is being funded by a 3-year, $9 million grant from The Moody Foundation of Galveston, is expected to produce wide-ranging data in TBI. The news also appeared on KTRK-TV (ABC 13, Houston), BioPortfolio, Medical News and PhysOrg.
 




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