WashU team receives NSF Engines Development Award

A team led by Washington University in St. Louis has been awarded $1 million over two years from the U.S. National Science Foundation’s Regional Innovation Engines, or NSF Engines, program. The team, called Neuro360, is among some 40 teams nationwide to receive NSF Engines Development Awards, which aim to spur collaborations to create economic, societal and technological opportunities for their respective regions.

The Neuro360 team also will involve St. Louis nonprofit BioSTL and other local entities, which together will work toward stimulating a thriving, inclusive, sustainable neuroscience ecosystem in the St. Louis region that will aim to improve wellness in underserved communities; address neurobiological health disparities; and inspire accountable, innovative, human-centered practices and technologies of the future.

Read more on the School of Medicine website.

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