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Dr. David Baker, chair and professor of biomedical sciences, received a $2.2 million grant from the National Institute of Drug Abuse for his study on neuroscientific bases of substance abuse. Baker is the lead investigator of a team of scientists from Marquette University and the Medical College of Wisconsin. His colleagues from Marquette are Dr. Robert Peoples, professor of biomedical sciences, and Dr. Alex Savtchouk, assistant professor of biomedical sciences.
Dr. Kristi Streeter, assistant professor of physical therapy, received a $747,000 R00 grant from the National Institutes of Health for her study on neuromuscular plasticity following spinal cord injury.
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Dr. Marieke Gilmartin, assistant Professor
of Biomedical Sciences, received a $400,000 grant award entitled:
"Sex differences in the epigenetic regulation of aversive experience and fear memory"
Dr. Matthew Hearing, assistant professor of Biomedical Sciences, received a $400,000 grant award entitled:
“Identifying contributions of prefrontal cortical circuit plasticity to stress-induced deficits in cognitive function.”
Alejandra Murillo, student in Speech Language Pathology received the
Foundation Hispanic Caucus' scholarship
Allison Woodworth, first-year student in
Physician Assistant Studies received the highly competitive
National Health Service
Corps Scholar Award
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View video of the sixth event in the Marquette Presents Series, a panel on spinal cord injury.
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