Five School of Medicine researchers receive grants to study alleviation of suffering from mental illness

Five School of Medicine researchers have received Young Investigators Grants from the Brain and Behavior Research Foundation. The foundation is committed to alleviating the suffering caused by mental illness by supporting research that will lead to advances and breakthroughs in scientific research. The researchers are: Ream Al-Hasani, adjunct assistant professor of anesthesiology; Yao Chen, assistant professor of neuroscience; Rachel Lean, a postdoctoral researcher in psychiatry; Jordan McCall, assistant professor of anesthesiology; and Thomas Papouin, assistant professor of neuroscience.

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