Four new NSF EPSCoR grants totaling $5.4 million awarded to researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham

The University of Alabama at Birmingham has been awarded four National Science Foundation (NSF) EPSCoR RII Track 2 grants totaling $5.4 million in nanotechnology andnsf_grants_mcmahon basic neuroscience studies. In addition, a fifth EPSCoR grant has been awarded to research teams representing the University of Alabama and the University of Mississippi.  These five grants set a record, no other EPSCoR state has ever had five of the EPSCoR RII Track 2 grants.  Jeff Hansen, a reporter for UAB, recently published an article on the UAB website detailing the success of these teams and providing an overview of the research to be conducted. The full article can be found here. To learn more about the NSF EPSCoR program, click here. (Shown in the photo, from the left: Mark Bolding, Lynn Dobrunz, Lori McMahon, and Gary Gray of UAB).

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