Strengthening Carolina’s neural network

Posted on: May 27, 2016; Updated on: May 27, 2016By Steven Powell, spowell2@mailbox.sc.edu, 803-777-1923 Brainy, a crowd favorite, presented awards at the end of the Neuroscience Community Retreat. Neuroscience research is widespread on the University of South Carolina’s campus. The recent award of an $11.1 million grant, one of the largest the university has ever received, to establish a Center for the Study of Aphasia Recovery is just the latest success story highlighting the cutting-edge work taking place in laboratories all over campus. “There is neuroscience research in five different schools at USC: the College of Engineering and Computing, the Arnold School of Public Health, the College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Medicine and the South Carolina College of Pharmacy,” says David Mott, an associate professor in the School…


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