Research/Public Service Funding Announcements

The TTUHSC Office of Research is proud to announce the following new extramural research grant awards to TTUHSC researchers for the months of April 2019. We hope all will join us in congratulating the researchers.

  
Visit our research news page for details on the grants.

 

Kumuda Das, Ph.D., School of Medicine – National Heart Lung & Blood Institute/NIH
C. Patrick Reynolds, M.D./Ph.D., School of Medicine – National Institutes of Health
Kendra Rumbaugh, Ph.D., School of Medicine – Destiny Pharma
Barbara Cherry, D.NSc., School of Nursing – The Foundation of the National Student Nurses Association, Inc.
Patti Patterson, M.D., School of Medicine – Health Resources and Services Administration

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