10 May NIH biomedical arm renews funding for Medical College of Wisconsin
Milwaukee, Wis. – The National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering has awarded a five-year, $5.6 million renewal grant to the National Biomedical Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Center at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
The EPR Center, located in the Medical College’s department of biophysics, is comprised of electrical engineers engaged in technology research and the development of new analytical instrumentation for biomedical researchers. James Hyde, professor of biophysics and director of the center, is principal investigator for the NIH grant.
The center, established in 1976, is one of eight federally designated research centers at the Medical College.
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