.3 million grant renewed for successful program preparing NMSU students for grad school

Date: 10/07/2015Writer: Minerva Baumann, 575-646-7566, mbauma46@nmsu.edu   Facebook   Twitter   LinkedIn   Google+   Pinterest A five-year partnership between New Mexico State University and the University of Colorado Denver will continue preparing undergraduates in the Rocky Mountain and Southwest region for graduate careers in neuroscience research, thanks to a $2.3 million grant renewal from the National Institutes of Health. NMSU was awarded a $700,000 subcontract to form a consortium with UC Denver. Participants in the NMSU Building Research Achievement in Neuroscience (BRAiN) program observe a gait analysis demonstration in the Reduced Gravity and Biomechanics (RGB) lab at Jett Hall. BRAiN program director and principal investigator Elba Serrano, center, will turn over her administrative program responsibilities to chemistry and biochemistry associate professor Barbara Lyons, second from right. Kinesiology professor Robert…


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